To be considered a historical landmark, buildings must be at least 50 years old and contain at least one Founding Father's skeleton. Feel history in your bones with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for a single or senior couple membership with a create-your-own scarecrow (a $55 value)
- $29 for a family membership with a create-your-own scarecrow (a $70 value)
Membership benefits include free admission to the park, as well as discounts on birthday parties, camps, and special events. Single or senior couple memberships include two free wagon rides; family memberships include four. You can create your scarecrow at the pumpkin patch festival Saturday, October 5 or Sunday, October 6 and then take it home with you.
Four Mile Historic Park
Built in 1859, the Four Mile House marked the final rest stop for people on westward journeys to Denver along the Cherokee Trail. Nestled on the Cherry Creek’s banks, the house played host to travelers seeking home-cooked meals and a place to sleep before their final four-mile trek to the city. Since then, the abode has been added to the National Register of Historic Places, and it's Denver's oldest standing structure.
A preserved slice of frontier life circa 1859–1899, Four Mile House is open for tours, as are its surrounding barns and outbuildings. Elsewhere, visitors can greet live goats and chickens or hop aboard horse-drawn rides around the 12-acre park. Four Mile House further celebrates its pioneer legacy with events such as historic demonstrations of activities like blacksmithing, the art of taking any object and painting it black.
“Take the free tour - it's very informative”
“Plan to go to a relaxed setting. Look into upcoming events. They go all out for the 4th of July as well as Halloween. Bring a picnic, enjoy the quiet. And definitely...”
“Plan to go to a relaxed setting. Look into upcoming events. They go all out for the 4th of July as well as Halloween. Bring a picnic, enjoy the quiet. And definitely take the tour!”
“Very interesting. The tour guide is very informative.....”