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Grant-Humphreys Mansion, Denver

#13 of 16 in Historic Sites in Denver
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Grant–Humphreys Mansion in Denver, Colorado, was built in 1902, in the Neoclassical style of architecture by Boal and Harnois, for James Benton Grant following his one term as the third Governor of Colorado (1883–1885). The house has been home to two families.

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  • Eight members or our immediate family (including kids and grandkids) attended a family wedding reception, dinner, and dance at the lovely, historic Grant-Humphreys Mansion. Built in 1902 in the...  more »
  • OMG! What an enchanting experience. THANK YOU RITA! You helped create the PERFECT wedding day!!! Your thoughts, suggestions and ideas were ALL brilliant. In the middle of a lingering pandemic.... you....  more »
  • Had our wedding reception here 19 years ago on September 16th . it brought back a lot of great memories to tour though the mansion again. Thank you John for the opportunity.
  • Went to a wedding event. Loved the 19th century ambience. The collonated patio was memorable for a reception dinner. Photo ops!

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