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Miramont Castle

Miramont Castle was constructed in 1895 as a private home for Father Jean Baptist Francolon, a French born Catholic priest. The castle features nine styles of architecture ranging from English Tudor to Byzantine and all crafted from locally quarried greenstone and yellow pine framing. Today Miramont is a museum dedicated to preserving the Victorian heritage of Manitou Springs and the Pikes Peak region.Miramont Castle is conveniently located just off Ruxton Avenue between the Pikes Peak Cog Railway Depot and the historic downtown shopping district.

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Miramont Castle
9 Capitol Hill Ave.
80829 | Go to Map

Phone: 719-685-1011

Contact: Contact the Tea Room at 719-884-4109
Email: MiramontCastle@yahoo.com
Website Address:
http://www.miramontcastle.org

Cost Details:
Active Duty Military Free ADULTS 16 & Over: $6.00 SENIORS 60 & Over: $5.50 CHILDREN 6-15: $2.00 AGES 5 & UNDER: FREE Group Rates Available: Yes Group Rate Details: GROUP RATES - 20 or more Adult: $5.50 Senior: $5.00 Child: $2.00

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We invite you to join us and experience life as it would have been in Victorian times, from the castle itself where you can view 42 rooms resplendent in authentic Victorian furnishings, to the Queen’s Parlour Tea Room where you can feast on Victorian (and modern day) fare made fresh daily, to the Miramont Gift Shop where you can purchase unique gift items for persons of all ages, to the Victorian Gardens decked in nature's colors.

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