The centerpiece of the Park is Four Mile House, Denver's oldest standing structure, built in 1859. Now a museum, it once served as a stage stop, tavern and wayside inn along the Cherokee Trail. Travelers stopped at Four Mile House on their way to Denver City during the height of Colorado's gold rush. It was later turned into a farm by the Booth family.
This rural setting is perfect for your wedding, company picnic or special celebration. Your guests will step back in history to create the memory of a lifetime!
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Recommended by 62% of couples
Beth · Married on 07/21/2012
Everyone at Four Mile Historic Park was so helpful and such a perfect place for our wedding. They let us come by multiple times to take measurements and plan out the layout of our reception. They even allowed us to do a rehearsal the day before the wedding during their business hours. It is so beautiful and have so many services available, including hay rides and horse drawn carriages! Definitely perfect for the laid back, DIY bride!Sent on 07/23/2012
Andrea · Married on 06/25/2011
This was such a unique, beautiful place to have a wedding. It is located in the heart of the city and is basically a farm. Many people had no idea that such a place existed as it is as if you are stepping back in time, 150 years ago. We were allowed to bring our own alcohol which off set the price a lot as we have a lot of friends who like to party. Beth, the contact for us, was incredibly helpful and flexible with our plans. I was told by many guests that this was the coolest place that they had ever been to for a wedding. I highly suggest it!Sent on 07/19/2011
User4736594 · 2+ years ago
Absolutely horrible venue for a wedding. Don't waste your time or money! First and foremost, the staff is incredibly unprofessional and rude. They told me that 180 people would fit comfortably in the space. It was very uncomfortable and crowded for all my guests. Probably most important, the place smelled like sewer from the bathrooms and the kitchen sink and the staff refused to do anything about it!!! Several of my guests complained about the smell. Can you imagine showing up to your wedding with a sewer smell in the venue???? The fridge had mold and a smelly substance in it. They told me on more than one occasion that they're "not really a wedding venue," that they're a museum and not in the wedding business. They offered a horse carriage ride, then said it wasn't available, but still had the brochures out advertising the horse & carriage months later! I would suggest finding a place that caters to weddings!Sent on 01/26/2015