We hope you’ll join us for an extraordinary opportunity to better understand the architectural, cultural, social, and economic diversity of Curtis Park. In addition to exploring the insides of homes and historic sites, we’ll learn about trees and the tree canopy that help make the neighborhood more livable and sustainable.
Historic sites will include Temple Emanuel Synagogue (1882), Colorado National Guard Armory (1889), and The Savoy (1880s) .
Tickets $25 ($20 for Members of Historic Denver and Curtis Park residents)
Pre-sale tickets can be purchased at Historicdenver.org by clicking the button below. Curtis Park residents use code CurtisParkRes. On tour days, tickets will be available at MobCraft Beer, 2403 Champa St.
Check In/Purchase Tickets:
2403 Champa Street
Denver, CO 80205
Big thanks to our sponsors MobCraft Beer, ADU4U, and Craine Architecture! And to Bill West for research and historical background; tour committee members Julie Rubsam, co-chair, Maureen McGuire, Pat Romero, Ryan Cox, and Gerald Horner.
Proceeds benefit Curtis Park Neighbors. Volunteers are needed! Please contact Julie Rubsam 303-921-1194 and firstname.lastname@example.org
- MobCraft Beer, 2403 Champa St, will serve as tour headquarters. Wristbands and maps for access to homes and sites will be distributed there.
- 10:30 am walking tour by neighborhood expert John Hayden will give an entertaining and enlightening overview of the neighborhood. Tour starts at MobCraft. Tour will end at noon at The Savoy. Wristband required.
- 12 Noon presentation by Courtney Ozaki, Japanese Arts Network, titled Stories of Solidarity, the Japanese American Experience in Five Points. Presentation will be at The Savoy. Wristband required.
- 1:30 both Sat and Sun, a personal guided tour of the Armory Denver by the building’s owner, Kyle Hier. Duration approximately 1 hour. Wristband required.