Golden History Center

 

It’s the discovery place of Tyrannosaurus rex, home to an American saint, and location of the largest single-site brewery on Earth. Golden, Colorado, is truly a one-of-a-kind city. Begin your Golden adventure at the History Center. Then, get close-up and behind-the-scenes views of inventions born in Golden like the two-piece aluminum can. Marvel at the beauty of the Coors porcelain collection. Listen to music played on one of the finest instrument collections on the Front Range. Read the complete history…

Hours and Admission

Open: Sunday – Monday, Wednesday – Saturday, 10 am – 4:30 pm

Price: $5 admission.

Discounts

Seniors and students are $3. Active military and teachers are free with ID. Kids 6 and younger are free. Admission is always free for members.

Closures

Tuesdays, Easter, Thanksgiving Eve, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. Also open for tours by appointment. Please call 303-278-3557 for details. Check out our upcoming events.

“It doesn’t take much time or money to see this at your own pace and you get a souvenir included in the price that you get to watch be made. It was interesting to learn all the things that were invented in Golden. Good spot to stop by if you are new to Golden or thinking of moving there – you get a sense of the people through the bios of the real people in the community.” — TripAdvisor review

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Directions

Address:
923 10th St
Golden, CO 80401

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