Welcome to historic Miramont Castle and the Castle Gardens. With the majesty of the Rocky Mountains rising in the background, these gardens respond with a quiet majesty of their own.
In the spring and summer colorful blooms greet the visitor to the Victorian gardens adjoining the Castle. The gardens are often the scene of summer weddings and also provide a luxuriant background for artists. A variety of plantings bloom throughout the Colorado growing season.
The stone wall on the north side of the upper parking lot was originally a foundation wall of Montcalme Sanitarium, which was destroyed in an electrical fire in 1907.
(Special Thanks to Tracey Clark for allowing us to use the below photos. ©2013 Tracey Clark, permission to use for Miramont Castle only.)
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