Astor House Museum
Built in 1867 when Golden was the territorial capital, the Astor House stayed in continuous operation as a boarding and rooming house until 1971, serving legislators, miners, and students. With one of the first bathtubs in town, the Astor House also attracted trail-dusted visitors willing to pay 25 cents for a hot bath. Although the tub is no longer used for soaking, a visit to the Astor House Museum will show you why it’s on the National Register of Historic Places! Read the complete history...
NEW Hours and Admission
Friday & Saturday 11 am – 3:30 pm
Sunday noon – 3:30 pm
Adventures at the Astor House
Test the newest activities and experiences in this 1867 boarding house.
Closed: Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.
Early closure at 4 pm: Christmas Eve, New Year's Eve
Also open for tours by appointment: Please call 303-278-3557 for details.
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