Four Mile Historic Park offers nearby urban dwellers the chance to “get away from it all” in a farm setting in the middle of the city. Open year round, we offer programs and events for the young and old alike. Come see us soon and often to see the new additions and ever-changing scenery.
SPECIAL EVENTS CALENDAR
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Second Friday of the Month | 12-4 pm
Travel back to 1859...for free! Enjoy a tour of the Four Mile House Museum - a Denver Landmark - historic demonstrations, and meeting our many farm animals! Free general admission is courtesy of the support provided by your Scientific & Cultural Facilities District.
Four Mile House Museum Tour times are at 12:30, 1:30, and 2:30pm. Tours can accommodate up to 10 guests and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Four Mile Free Days
Saturday, November 4 | 5-8 pm
Experience the Park after dark! Join us for nighttime tours of the Four Mile House, campfire tales, and more. S’mores kits will also be available for purchase.
Free admission. Night at the Museum is part of Denver Arts Week, a celebration of the city's vibrant art and cultural scene.
Night at the Museum
Saturday-Sunday, October 7-8 | 10 am-4 pm
Celebrate the arrival of autumn with old-fashioned fun at this beloved annual event! Build your own scarecrow, select your favorite pumpkin from the patch, and tour the Park in a horse-drawn wagon. Explore how 19th-century Coloradans lived and prepared for the season, with historic demonstrations and tours of the Four Mile House Museum. Try your luck at county fair games, and enjoy delicious treats from the beer garden and local food vendors.
Admission is free! Additional charges apply for refreshments and some activities. Must be 21+ to enter beer garden. Sorry, no pets.
Pumpkin Harvest Festival
Saturday, October 28 | 6-9 pm
The Saturday before All Hallows’ Eve, join us at sundown for an eerie exploration of Victorian mysticism and superstition. Glance into the great beyond with tarot reading, phrenology, and tales of Four Mile House’s previous inhabitants and their mourning practices. Quench with local libations and tea-dueling. Cloaks, goggles, and steam-powered gadgetry welcome.
Ages 21 and up. Tickets include food and two beverages; VIP ticket-holders will attend a séance on the Park. FMHP Member: $50, Non-Member: $55; Member VIP: $70, Non-Member VIP: $80. Purchase at http://fourmilehistoricpark.eventbrite.com/.
Spirits & Spirits