City Park Pavilion

John Humphreys and William Fisher, two of Denver’s most eminent architects, designed the City Park Pavilion in 1882. It is an elegant Spanish-style landmark where visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the Denver skyline. Indeed, historically beautiful for a wedding venue!

The original structure was replaced by a new one in 1929 to preserve the iconic landmark for future generations to enjoy its beauty as it stands today, including those overlooking Ferril Lake with its picturesque gardens and the historic Band Shell. Visitors who walk through this historic building find themselves surrounded by elements reflective of life at the turn-of-both century classicism as well as midcentury modernity.


Styles

Historic/Landmark Building

Guest Capacity

450


Contact Info

2001 Steele St, Denver, CO 80205, USA