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Why come to Golden and leave without a souvenir or two to remember your trip? Yeah, we can’t answer that question either don’t worry! As locals we love Golden, and many of our great local businesses are proud to offer local trinkets, gear, clothing, and items designed to help you remember your trip to our city and what makes us such a great place to live!

Whether an emphasis on Golden itself or items capturing the overwhelming spirit of the Wild West, Golden’s merchants have something from everyone! Wild West Traders has a wide selection of gold, silver, historical and exotic coins, emblematic of the gold rush that established our city!

Golden Goods & Market is a perfectly stocked toy, candy, and sundries store that caters to all ages of visitors. Their selections. have both the newest toys on the market and also a great number of local Colorado products.


  • Golden History Museum is open Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For people who are fully vaccinated masks are optional. Golden History Museum is a warm, welcoming, and vibrant public space for uncovering and sharing our past. Historical Coors objects like the framed original 1900 lithograph titled, "Adolph Coors Golden Brewery, Golden, Colo." produced by the Denver Litho. Co. in Denver, CO are currently on view. The Museum features programming spaces, a hands-on gallery for families with young children, and dynamic new exhibits that highlight the City’s collection of historic objects. With the vision of “always something new to discover,” the renovated Golden History Museum brings the behind-the-scenes practices of object discovery and preservation to the front of the house. The Golden History Park is a three-acre outdoor learning lab with historic and reproduction buildings that replicate a 19th-century mountain homestead. The Golden History Park is open from sunup to sundown every day.

  • The American Mountaineering Center is the nation's premiere facility for education, research, conversation and information about the mountain environment. It is also the home of the Colorado Mountain Club, the American Alpine Club and Library and the state-of-the-art Bradford Washburn American Mountaineering Museum. The library in the American Mountaineering Center is the largest mountaineering library in the Western Hemisphere with more than 17 thousand volumes. In addition, the Youth Education Program (YEP) run through the Colorado Mountain Club provides education, learning and experiences for youth. The American Mountaineering Center is home to a variety of rental facilities.

  • Located in historic downtown Golden, Foothills Art Center leads and inspires the community through art, education, and cultural excellence with engaging exhibitions and dynamic arts programming for learners of all ages. 2021 Free Admission! Foothills Art Center was founded in 1968 and is an official member of the United States National Registry of Historic Buildings. The center is housed in an 1872 Gothic-style church, an 1892 Queen Anne style manse and a Victorian-era mansion built in 1899 all surrounded by a sculpture garden at 809 15th Street in downtown Golden, Colorado. To learn more visit, or call us at 303-279-3922.

  • Lose track of time year-round at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, CO. At their Depot Museum and 15-acre rail yard, guests will find over 100 engines, cabooses, coaches, a garden railway, and their renowned library. Their roundhouse restoration facility with working turntable is a popular place. **Special events and train rides behind a vintage steam locomotive throughout the year. Special events include the annual, very popular, Day out With Thomas! Train rides each Saturday! **Please check the Colorado Railroad Musuem's website for train ride information.

  • The Mines Museum (formerly the Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum) is home to one of the state’s two Goodwill moon rocks collected during the Apollo 17 mission. It was started in 1874 and displays mineral, fossil, gemstone, meteorite, and historic mining artifact exhibits on two floors. The museum serves as the state repository for Colorado’s mineral heritage. Visit the awesome gift shop at the main entrance to the museum. And check out the realistic mine on the downstairs floor which has fluorescent minerals on display.

  • The Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave, located in Lookout Mountain Park, is open 7 days a week. The museum is open to the public from 9 AM to 5 PM. The gravesite and park are open one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset. The Buffalo Bill Museum, a facility owned and operated by the City and County of Denver, uses artifacts to tell the story of William “Buffalo Bill” Cody and his internationally known Wild West show. The museum observation deck has spectacular views of Golden and Denver. For more information about the Pahaska Tepee café and gift shop call (303) 526-9367.

  • Earth Treks Golden features a purpose-built 29,000 sq ft building. The gym offers more than 28,500 sq ft of climbing with walls up to 48 ft high, including tons of bouldering and roped climbing for all ages and abilities. Earth Treks Golden boasts many amenities including a huge fitness center, dedicated strength training area, yoga room, outdoor patio, and locker room facilities with all the bells and whistles. Nestled in the mountains, Golden is just 15 minutes west of Denver and an outdoor pursuits dreamland.

  • See and taste traditional brewing at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in the largest single-site brewery in the world! Since 1873 the Coors Brewery has thrived on a legacy of quality, innovation, and customer service. Learn about their history and passion for brewing in a 60-minute tour. The gift shop is open to the public. For questions about the gift shop, reservations, or anything tour related, please call 303-277-2337.

With so many local Golden merchants and distinct sites to explores, be sure to find the perfect trinkets commemorating your visit. There is no lack of gear you can take home whether it be a historic Golden t-shirt to postcards and photos of our many great local parks. Due to our rich history, there is no lack of great Golden merchandise you can use to commemorate your trip, so always feel free to look around!

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