Welcome to the Boettcher Mansion, Jefferson County's premier special events site!
Built in 1917 as a summer home and seasonal hunting lodge for Charles Boettcher, the 110-acre estate was donated to the County in the 1970s. In 1975, the Mansion opened to the public as a unique venue for weddings and meetings.
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Enriching life by providing a one-of-a-kind experience combining:
...unsurpassed customer service
...at a meticulously maintained estate
...with unlimited opportunities for cultural awareness and enjoyment.
Located in the heart of the Lookout Mountain Preserve, only 20 minutes from downtown Denver, this Arts & Crafts-style mansion offers a rare combination of historic authenticity and modern convenience.
On the National Register of Historic Places ("Lorraine Lodge" Building #84000858, also known as Boettcher Mansion, Charles Boettcher Summer Home; Jefferson County Conference & Nature Center).
Watch the video to see more information about the Boettcher Mansion and all this beautiful venue has to offer.
Links to video and virtual tours below are courtesy of This Modern Life Photographers ltd.:
Video Tour of Mansion
Virtual Tour of Lobby
Virtual Tour of Fireside Room
Virtual Tour of Fireside Room Patio
Virtual Tour of Carriage House
Virtual Tour of Aspen Room
Virtual Tour of Pine Room
Courtesy of Conrad Olivier:
Time Lapse Video of Boettcher Mansion
Historic photos courtesy of the Colorado Historical Society.
Last Modified: May 17, 2013 02:16 PM