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Cherokee Castle

Sedalia, CO
+1 303-688-5555
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Interesting public tour

Our family went and really enjoyed our visit - grandparents, daughter, and ten year old. The... read more

Reviewed 24 February 2017
Golden, Colorado
Historical and Amazing!

The art work that is displayed was donated to the castle by the last owner includes a real battle... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2016
Denver, Colorado
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This 10,000 square-foot-castle filled with antiques and historical items sits on protected land and can be visited by making reservations.
  • Excellent54%
  • Very good41%
  • Average0%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible0%
23 Feb 2017
“Interesting public tour”
6 Sep 2016
“Historical and Amazing!”
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Sedalia, CO
+1 303-688-5555
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Reviewed 24 February 2017

Our family went and really enjoyed our visit - grandparents, daughter, and ten year old. The youngest asked many questions. We loved seeing all the old furniture, and finding more about the history. The cattle are still raised today - they were introduced by the...More

Thank kellerjb10
Reviewed 7 September 2016

The art work that is displayed was donated to the castle by the last owner includes a real battle canon and a knight's uniform. Paintings of British Royalty and a piece of pottery dating back to BC period.

Thank luv2workout777
Reviewed 11 May 2016

I was fortunate to visit the Castle at various times when it was owned by Tweet Kimball. I frequent it now for various special events as well as to attend the various offerings by the Castle itself. It's truly a gem!

1  Thank n0nesuchfarm
Reviewed 25 March 2016

Sunday 3/27/16 10:30am show Bernie’s Colorado Journeys travels to Cherokee Ranch, twenty miles south of Denver in the foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains in the small town of Sedalia. The story centers around the then named Charlford (Charles – Gifford) Castle that was built...More

Thank Bernie J
Reviewed 21 February 2015

We attended an elk bugling event at the Castle one evening with another couple. The presenter was not very interesting and then we didn't even see or hear any elk. We really didn't learn anything... Would not recommend that particular event!

1  Thank catshadow0301
Reviewed 23 October 2014

Went with our cmc hiking group and was pleasantly surprised!!! The family history of this castle/mansion is unbelievable..Quite an interesting part of our Denver area history..beautiful grounds and exceptionally well maintained.. The tour guide ladies were exceptional ( and all volunteer).. A special place with...More

Thank Merlin498
Reviewed 15 September 2014

LOVE this place! We sat on the terrace for lunch and it was excellent. Catered and a semibuffet but delicious. And we got a minitour afterward-very fun and interesting.

Thank Lisa S
Reviewed 23 July 2014

My garden club visited Cherokee Castle for a tour and lunch. Both were amazing. The castle's history is intriguing and the classic artwork is unbelievable, with such treats as originals architectural drawings from Sir Christopher Wren.. The food was catered and was delicious. Our guide...More

1  Thank SMartinchalk
Reviewed 22 February 2014

We came back from a lecture on northern European gardens held in the main area of the castle last night, feeling like we had been to another country in a little vacation. The castle has such a charming warm atmosphere. I have previously taken the...More

Thank cinbob
Reviewed 16 April 2013

We enjoyed the formal English tea before the castle tour. There were 4 interesting teas to choose from. There was a 3-tiered tray of finger sandwiches including open faced shrimp, a beef and cheese, and a chicken rollup with mango. The sweets included a mini-scone,...More

Thank Darlene51
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