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Golden History Park

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Description

Golden History Park is open 7 days per week, from sunrise to sunset. Golden History Park (formerly Clear Creek History Park) is home to many of the original buildings from the Pearce Ranch in Golden Gate Canyon. Thomas and Henrietta Pearce raised eight children on their ranch. It was one of the largest in the area by 1912. Stroll through this park and imagine yourself growing potatoes or raising chickens as part of a homesteading family. Peek through the windows of real 1800s cabins and see other buildings from the ranch like the barn, chicken coop and two-seat outhouse. You’ll also see the 1876 Guy Hill schoolhouse at the park. It was moved to Golden in 1976. The buildings are open periodically, such as during Homestead Open House in the summer, with the help of our volunteers. Volunteers serve as interpreters within the historic structures to answer any questions and guide your experience. Call 303-278-3557 for details or check www.GoldenHistory.org/events.

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Attractions
  • Gift Shop/Shopping on Site:

Meeting Facilities

Facility Info
  • Largest Room 40
  • Reception Capacity 120
  • Theatre Capacity 40
  • Free Parking true
  • Free Wi-Fi true
  • Offsite Catering true
  • Traditional Meeting Space true
  • Accommodate Weddings true
  • Banquet Capacity 40
  • Number of Rooms 3
  • Classroom Capacity 40