2 Things To Do In Leadville Colorado
Leadville is a small town in Colorado that has the highest elevation of any town in North America; it stands 10,152 feet above sea level. It was originally a mining town that was established in 1860 and was a fixture during the Wild West era. Visitors will many things to do in Leadville Colorado.

Visit the Healy House Museum
The Healy House Museum, which was built in 1878, was originally a Greek Revival clapboard house that August R. Meyer had built for his new wife. The house has since been restored and furnished to showcase Victorian furniture. The garden boasts native plants and a gazebo. The Dexter Cabin next door was built a year later and had belonged to James V. Dexter, a businessman and one of the first millionaires in Colorado.

Go Downtown
Approximately 70 blocks of Leadville’s downtown are considered a National Historic Landmark. Most of the buildings in this area were built between 1850 and 1905 and are considered excellent examples of Victorian architecture. The various buildings include homes, a city hall, a saloon, a church, and a large opera house.

This is just a small sample of the things to do in Leadville Colorado. It has attractions all year round, and it can cater to travelers with a variety of interests.

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