BRECKENRIDGE SITE & VENUE RENTALS

The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance has several lovely and unique properties that are available to rent for wedding ceremonies, receptions, family reunions, and other special events. We rent the outdoor lawns/spaces from June through mid-October (weather dependent). At this time, we do not rent the interior of any of our museums or sites. Please read on for more information about our sites!

Barney Ford Lawn

Address: 111 East Washington Avenue

The Barney Ford House was built in 1882 by prominent craftsman, Elias Nashold, for Ford and his family. Today, the home has been restored to its original Victorian style and is operated as a museum that is open year-round.  Adjacent to the house, the  large lawn provides a lovely and inviting space for wedding ceremonies and receptions. Conveniently located on Main Street, the lawn is elevated off street level and is fully fenced for privacy. The gently sloped, landscaped space is lined with mature evergreens and cottonwoods to provide a sense of seclusion right downtown. The Ford Lawn is not available for rental the morning of July 4th.

Guest Occupancy: 150 seated, 200 standing

Rental Fee: $1,500 ($500 ceremony only)

Edwin Carter Lawn

Address: 111 North Ridge Street 

Edwin Carter came to Breckenridge to mine for gold but became an early conservationist and taxidermist when he witnessed the destruction mining caused to the environment. His renovated historic cabin is now a kid-friendly museum open year-round. The surrounding lawn offers sweeping views of the Ten Mile Range and is conveniently located downtown. The rustic lawn provides a blank canvas for events such as family reunions. It is not fenced but can be enclosed with temporary fencing (not included in rental fee). 

Guest Occupancy: 125 seated, 150 standing

Rental Fee: $1,000 ($250 Ceremony Only)

Milne Park

Address: 102 North Harris Street

This recently improved pocket park is perfect for small wedding ceremonies! What used to be a rough yard is now a Victorian era-inspired lawn.  It is ideally located within walking distance of Main Street and offers stunning  mountain views of the Ten Mile Range. With a rock sitting wall and flower beds this spot is both casual and elegant. 

Guest Occupancy: 50 seated, 75 standing

Rental Fee: $1,000 ($250 ceremony only)

Lomax Mine Site

Address: 301 Ski Hill Road

The first mining operations in Breckenridge were placer, or surface mines and the Lomax Mine was an active hydraulic placer mining operation in the 1860s. This rustic and enchanting site is wonderful for all types of gatherings. Authentic mining cabins dot the property and lush trees provide a lovely backdrop. It is just outside downtown Breckenridge and offers a private but accessible location.

Guest Occupancy (outdoor): 75 seated, 100 standing

Rental Fee: $1,000 ($250 ceremony only)

not typically available to rent during operating hours

Washington Mine Site

Address: 465 Illinois Gulch Road

In the mid-1880s, the Washington Mine was one of the area’s largest gold and silver mines, with five main shafts and over 10,000 feet of underground workings. Today, this interpretive site is open to for tours and gold panning in the summer. Just a few minutes drive from downtown, this rustic site is ideal for small casual wedding ceremonies or family reunion picnics. There is a small "patio" with a canvas cover that can provide shade from the warm Colorado sun.

Guest Occupancy (outdoor): 50 seated/standing

Rental Fee: $500 ($100 ceremony only)

not typically available to rent during operating hours

What is the BHA?

The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance preserves unique historic resources in the Breckenridge area and connects residents and visitors to our past through inspiring interpretation of heritage sites and stories. 

970-453-9767

info@BreckHeritage.com

Mailing Address:  PO Box 2460

Welcome Center:  203 South Main Street

Administrative Office:  309 North Main Street

Breckenridge, CO 80424

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