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In 1891, the Holden Lixiviation Mill sprawled over 22 acres at the edge of Aspen, boasting state-of-the-art technology and industrial design. Just 14 months after the new plant opened, Congress demonetized silver and the mill went bankrupt. Mike...more
A nice little museum of history detailing Aspens booming silver mining period. When I say small I mean small, as it consists of a single small building and a few exhibits scattered around it, the most rest of the site is no longer standing. It's...More
Good luck finding this place! Our GPS was useless, but it did get us to the general vicinity where I was able to see the mill building off in a field. It is just outside the entrance to town near the traffic circle. Luckily they...More
Dear friends were married here and the location was perfectly Colorado. The museum provided a rustic and charming backdrop, while the reception tent was in open space next to the museum. The views were beautiful and the museum itself was really interesting. It is worth...More
We live in Aspen and had often been told how great the Holden Marolt was , so my 6 yo son and I spent a couple hours exploring this little museum and grounds on a summer afternoon. It's tucked away and you may miss the...More