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Visit this gold rush town that is still shining today!

Welcome to Golden, Colorado! Thanks for visiting our historic town. During your visit, enjoy our world-class outdoor recreation, cultural attractions, local charm, and the Coors Brewery, the largest single-site brewery in the world.

Whatever your style, we’ve got an activity for you, from white water kayaking to fine dining to shopping. Spend an afternoon on Clear Creek, climb aboard the trains at the Colorado Railroad Museum or drive up Lookout Mountain and visit Buffalo Bill’s Grave and Museum.

So,  what is it like to live in Golden?

Golden is a suburb of Denver with a population of 20,693. Golden is in Jefferson County and is one of the best places to live in Colorado. Living in Golden offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Golden there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Golden and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Golden are highly rated.



Looking for adventure in Golden?

There is something for everyone!

Are you looking for a senic drive through the splendor of Colorado?   Try the Lariat Loop!

Lariat Loop: Spend a pleasant afternoon cruising the 40-mile route that retraces the motoring adventures of the early 1920’s. Drivers experience the thrill of foothills exploration at the dawn of the Age of Motorcars. Colorado’s first gateways to the mountains still have sharp curves, winding roads, spectacular views, and waysides to refresh and delight the traveler. Enjoy amazing vistas of the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains or stop at one of the many attractions along the Loop.

Take a step back in time and visit pure elegance

he Boettcher Mansion provides a rare combination of historic authenticity and modern amenities from its secluded setting inside the Lookout Mountain Nature Preserve in Golden, Colorado, only a half-hour drive west of Denver. Built in 1917 as a summer home and seasonal hunting lodge for Charles Boettcher, the former “Lorraine Lodge” was donated to Jefferson County in the 1970s for public use and enjoyment. In 1984, the Arts and Crafts estate was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and now serves as Jefferson County Colorado’s premier historic events venue. A division within the Jefferson County Parks department, the Mansion is self-sustaining, supporting itself primarily from event fees.

Best Places to eat and drink

You will never go hungry in Golden!

One of my personal favorites in is Woody’s 

From there wood fired oven to the all you can eat pizza buffet, Woody’s is one of my all time favorite places to eat.  With it’s great downtown location it is also an easy walk to other shopping and dining in the area.

We all have heard how Coors beer is brewed with real natural Rocky Mountain water….well it’s true,  and it happens right here in Golden.  So when your done having your Pizza at Woody’s head over to the Molson-Coors brewery. You can take tour of and see Colorado’s largest single site brewery that has been in operation since 1873!  You can book your reservations for the tour HERE for the 60 minute tour.

If your like me,  you like that local diner that has a killer burger,  well if this sounds familiar you need to take a stop at Bob’s Atomic Burgers! In addition to a great place to grab lunch Bob’s also partners with local schools and non profits to fundraise and has won the Golden Ethics award,  a Burger with a cause! 

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