Hiwan Homestead Museum
A living heritage museum
Hiwan Homestead Museum is a living heritage center offering programs, events, exhibits and activities for children and adults. Once a cherished retreat for a wealthy Denver family, later the headquarters of the sprawling Hiwan Ranch, Hiwan Homestead has a legacy of stories stacked higher and the beautiful Rocky Mountains that surround it.
The Museum is open year round. A professional staff and dedicated team of volunteers are on hand to help make the heritage of Hiwan Homestead Museum unforgettable.
The museum's exhibits feature aspects of Jefferson County history. Often displayed are the extensive collection of American Indian artifacts including rugs, blankets, baskets, and ceramics mostly from Southwestern Indian communities. An international collection of antique dolls is also on display periodically.
Hiwan Homestead Museum is a 25-room log mansion constructed in the Rustic style of architecture. It is located in Evergreen at 4208 S. Timbervale Drive and is a Jefferson County Open Space facility operated through a partnership with the Jefferson County Historical Society. The Museum was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
Groups of 15 or more are asked to make reservations by calling 720-497-7650. Individuals or groups with special needs may arrange for adaptive tours.
- Street: 4208 South Timbervale Drive
- City: Evergreen
- State: CO
- Zip Code: 80439
- Country: United States
- Telephone: 720-497-7650