About the Castle
The Cherokee Ranch & Castle Foundation is committed to the preservation of our 3,400-acre secluded sanctuary. It includes a natural environment, wildlife, and 22 historic structures. We are committed to enhancing cultural life in Colorado and providing youth and adult educational opportunities devoted to western heritage, preservation, wildlife and the arts.
Cherokee Ranch & Castle’s unique architecture combines aspects of the Western United States and a 1450’s Scottish-style castle built in the 1920’s. The Castle is home to historic collections of fine art, furnishings and memorabilia from around the world. Art lovers often visit to see drawings by Sir Christopher Wren, the architect of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. The Castle’s breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains make it an unforgettable destination for cultural and educational discovery.
Choose From Many Experiences
Cherokee Ranch & Castle is a vibrant Cultural and Educational Hub, hosting a variety of activities: Performing Arts Series, June through December, with our original partners – Colorado Symphony Chamber Music, Denver Center Theatre Company, The Denver Brass and the Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver. We also present Community Performances with a variety of other local and regional talent. Educational Castle Tours and Afternoon Teas, and a wide variety of K-12 and Adult Educational Programs focusing on, for example, Culture and the Arts, Environmental Science, Colorado and Western History and Heritage, Wildlife, Ranching, etc.
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