Historic Structures and Tours

 Heritage buildings landscape.

Explore Lakewood history with a visit to Heritage Lakewood Belmar Park. Tour historic buildings and artifacts, view exhibits and attend educational programs. 

New: Virtual Tours

During this unprecedented time of closure due to COVID-19, guided tours are on hold. You can still see inside many of our buildings with virtual photo tours.

Virtual Tours

Explore Lakewood's distinct past with a 60-minute guided tour of Heritage Lakewood historic structures.

Stroll through historic Belmar Park, once home of The Denver Post heiress May Bonfils Stanton, as you hear about life in early Lakewood. An experienced guide will lead you through the museum’s historic structures such as the 1930s farmhouse, the 1948 Valentine Diner and the 1920s Country School.

Tour Schedule

Guided tours are available during the following days and times or by special request by calling 303-987-7850.


By reservation only Tuesday-Sunday


Tuesday-Friday: By reservation only
Saturday: Regularly scheduled tours at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Sunday: Regularly scheduled tour at 2 p.m.

To ensure availability for any tour, we strongly recommend calling 5 to 7 days in advance. Reservations are requested for groups of 10 or more.


  • $5 adults
  • $4 seniors age 65+
  • $3 Youth age 3-12
  • 2 and under free

The outdoor self-guided walking tour provides an easy way to learn more about local history, Heritage Lakewood buildings and the Belmar Park area. A brochure, including a map, is available free of charge at the Heritage Lakewood Visitor Center or you can download it below.

The inside of the structures can be viewed during guided tours only. 

Download the Guide(PDF, 2MB)


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Attend a Historical Luncheon or Happy Hour

Enjoy lunch and a lecture in a historic space or a relaxing afternoon beverage with nostalgic entertainment.
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Historic Structures

Take a virtual tour by clicking on the listings below.


Colfax Hub (1940s-1960s)