Are you planning to bring groups to visit Golden History Museum? Patrons may tour the museum at their own pace after checking in at the front desk with your party. Limited on-site resources, including a guide to The Salon and a timeline of Golden’s history, are available at no cost.
Reservations are not available or required. Admission is free due to the generosity of private donors; of course, donations of any amount are gratefully accepted.
Two options are available for you. Field trips at Golden History Park, located near downtown Golden, are offered each spring as part of Golden City Trading Post. Additionally, the in-class program called Building Colorado is popular with third- and fourth-grade classes all over the Denver Metro area. Our education team can answer any questions you have about these programs during business hours.
Groups at Golden History Park
Check out Homesteaders’ Day, offered throughout the seasons. Details are on our events page which is updated regularly. Bookmark us and visit again soon!
With two locations very close to Golden’s quaint downtown, a Golden History Museum & Park rental offers unique experiences that range from rustic to ritzy. GHM&P has perfect options for those who are more casual and scenery-focused. Our strength lies in all that Golden has to offer: quiet mountain charm, abundant recreation, and an unparalleled backdrop.
Golden’s local culinary scene is thriving with a variety of delicious options. Experience everything from fine dining and historic restaurants to local cafes and neighborhood eateries. Choose from flavors from all over the world or pick a setting from fun to intimate atmospheres. The local restaurant scene is sure to please any palette with a wide assortment of establishments ranging from sandwich shops to unique high-end dining.