Our mission is to preserve and restore the architectural integrity of Miramont Castle Museum and to provide educational experiences and resources on the history of Manitou Springs, its indigenous people and artifacts.
We invite you to join us and experience life as it would have been in Victorian times, from the Castle itself where you can view 30 rooms resplendent in authentic Victorian furnishings, to the Queen's Parlour Tea Room where you can feast on Victorian (and modern day) fare made fresh daily.
Become a Member...
The Manitou Springs Historical Society is a non-profit organization that works to involve the local community in preserving and enhancing exhibits to promote the excitement of our history. By becoming a member, you are supporting the Manitou Springs Historical Society and receive discounts and notifications about Miramont Castle Museum. Click Here to visit our membership page and download an applicatoin.
The latest exhibit in Miramont Castle is the Nurnburg High Command Trial and Judge John C. Young’s office display. John C. Young was a lawyer in Colorado Springs who was elected to the Colorado State Supreme Court.
Opening these rooms will be the last part of the Castle that will be opened to the public. There are only a few rooms now that are not accessible and most of them are closets and storage.
February Events & Announcements...
Celebrate Valentines with Someone Special, Here at Miramont Castle!
Enjoy a relaxed gourmet 4 course High Tea in the Queens Parlour Tearoom.
The Tearoom be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday's from 11am to 3pm for High Tea. By advance credit card reservation only. Call 719-884-4109.