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Redstone Castle

58 Redstone Blvd, Redstone, CO 81623-8409
+1 970-963-9656
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Touchable History!

Coming off of several historic locations in D.C. where you rarely get to walk into the rooms let... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Amy S
,
Waukee, Iowa
via mobile
Beautiful Piece of History!!!

Great tour with an awesome Docent, Sue. She was so knowledgeable and could answer any question... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2016
Fuschia40
,
Barra del Colorado Wildlife Refuge, Costa Rica
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Welcome to Redstone Castle, a turn of the century jewel completed in 1902 for industrialist and coal magnate John Cleveland Osgood. At the time, Osgood was one of the wealthiest people in the United States, purportedly ranking sixth. It is also known as Cleveholm Manor, its original name. The Castle anchors the mountain hamlet of Redstone, in the magnificent Crystal River Valley still dominated by beautiful, wide-open spaces and undisturbed nature. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971, the Castle provides a unique glimpse into the personal styles and social culture of America’s elite at the turn of the 20th Century.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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58 Redstone Blvd, Redstone, CO 81623-8409
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+1 970-963-9656
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Coming off of several historic locations in D.C. where you rarely get to walk into the rooms let alone touch some of the artifacts, The Redstone Castle was a pleasant surprise. We were able to peruse all four floors, marveling at the lavish early 1900s...More

Thank Amy S
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Great tour with an awesome Docent, Sue. She was so knowledgeable and could answer any question that was thrown at her:) It was obvious she has a genuine passion and love for the mansion.

Thank Fuschia40
Reviewed 16 October 2016

Locals say the new owners are going to make the Redstone Castle open to the public. This will take a few years as the building needs to be brought up to code. Call before going.

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April C, Owner at Redstone Castle, responded to this reviewResponded 28 November 2016

My husband, Steve, and I are proud to be the new owners of this gem in the Rockies. Tours are every Saturday and Sunday through the spring, at 1:30. Additional tours will be held during the summer months. Welcome to our Castle!

Reviewed 4 October 2016 via mobile

Today's tour at the Redstone Castle was quite informative and provided a wonderful overview of not only history of the region, but in the state. Unfortunately, (as previously mentioned in other posts) The Castle is to be auctioned on October 7, 2016. The last tour...More

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April C, Owner at Redstone Castle, responded to this reviewResponded 28 November 2016

Don't be sad. Tours are every Saturday and Sunday through the spring at 1:30pm, and additional tours will be held during the summer months.

Reviewed 26 September 2016

While I wouldn't call this a castle, it's definitely a mansion worth the visit. My guide was so informative, and she took the time to answer all of the group's questions. And there were photo opportunities galore! The mansion and grounds are beautiful, and the...More

Thank MekaMeka
Reviewed 17 September 2016

Had a tour of the Redstone Castle, which included a lot of history of the region. The Castle is in a state of change right now, so it was the perfect time to tour it.

Thank Dakota K
Reviewed 3 September 2016

The history of the mansion is the history of the area since the man who had it built was the founder of the mine that was the reason for Redstone. He was also the visionary of the unique and picturesque Town of Redstone. You can...More

Thank 523SM523
April C, Owner at Redstone Castle, responded to this reviewResponded 29 November 2016

My husband, Steve, and I are proud to be the new owners. Tours are every Saturday and Sunday through the spring, with more added for the summer. We plan to have areas of the Castle not previously on the tour opened up for visitors, such...More

Reviewed 9 August 2016

While on vacation in Colorado, we happened past this town and decided to stop in. My seven year old son and I heard of the in the town store and decided to visit. The tour was led by a very interesting lady full of information....More

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Reviewed 5 August 2016

I picked the right thing to do on a rainy day in Carbondale. A scenic 35 minute ride took me to the charming town of Redstone. The town is small and quaint. There are original houses from the turn of the century, art galleries and...More

1  Thank Remaxava
Reviewed 1 August 2016

While on vacation in Colorado, we happened past this town and decided to stop in. My seven year old son and I heard of the in the town store and decided to visit. The tour was led by a very interesting lady full of information....More

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zebc00k
3 April 2017|
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Response from April C | Property representative |
You are fortunate to have experienced the Marble Symposium, and what a treasure to share with your family. They are holding three sessions in July 2017. It is held by The Marble Institute of Colorado.
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bruce52013
11 January 2017|
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Response from April C | Property representative |
Tours are at 1:30 pm on Saturday and Sundays. $15 for adults. You may purchase tickets at Tiffanys of Redstone or the Redstone General Store. You won't be disappointed!
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