The "Executive Residence" also referred to as the governors' mansion, is one of Colorado's most beautiful and historic structures.
The Colorado Governor's Mansion began as a landmark private home, was transformed into
a display of old-world elegance and remains one of the west's true treasure houses as it approaches its second century.
Part executive residence, part repository of museum-quality furnishings and objects d'art, the house is a meeting place
for the past and the future. By fulfilling this potential, Colorado itself is reflected, as the state unfolds from the
hearts and dreams of its pioneers to become a truly cosmopolitan crossroads.
Tour information is available from the Colorado Historical Society, (303) 866-3681.
400 E. Eighth Ave., Denver, CO