Creswell Mansion is a unique immersive experience and private space located within a historic (not to mention haunted) mansion in downtown Denver. Now open for tours, photoshoots and private space rentals, this one-of-a-kind experience combines the elements of a museum, interactive art exhibit, and private space into an epic insta-worthy playground that sparks wonder and imagination.
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This eclectic sandstone house, built-in 1889 for the Joseph Creswell family, was designed by Denver architect John J. Huddart, who was considered by his contemporaries to be one of the city’s finest architects. He skillfully combined elements of Queen Anne and Romanesque Revival influences when designing the mansion. Huddart’s buildings were known for the quality of their design and construction. The mansion was named to the National Register of Historic Properties in 1977.Joseph Creswell was a wealthy Denver businessman in his time. He was interested primarily in different types of building materials, which can be evidenced in the mansion. He was president of the Colorado Marble and Mining Company as well as other prominent positions in Denver.More recently the mansion has played a pivotal role in the legalization of marijuana giving it the nickname “The Marijuana Mansion”. It was the Colorado headquarters for the Marijuana Policy Project which was responsible for creating the legalization laws for Colorado in 2012. The mansion was also the offices for the law firm Vicente Sederberg. This is where the world’s first successful recreational marijuana bill was written – Amendment 64, as well as many other marijuana milestones.