Wheeler / Stallard Museum
620 West Bleeker Street
Tuesday through Saturday, 1-5 p.m.
$10 adults | $8 seniors | Children under 12 free.
(Admission fee also includes the Holden/Marolt Museum during the summer.)
Jerome B. Wheeler built this Queen Anne style home in 1888. Despite his plans, his wife Harriet Macy Valentine Wheeler refused to leave their mansion in Manitou Springs, Colorado and the family never lived here. Edgar and Mary Ella Stallard moved into the house in 1905, eventually purchasing it in 1917. The family lived here for forty years. The house last served as the residence of the Aspen Institute’s president before the Aspen Historical Society purchased it in 1969.
The Wheeler / Stallard Museum
Bests, Firsts & Worsts: Aspen in Objects opens on the second floor of the Wheeler/Stallard Museum. The new exhibit showcases more than 90 artifacts that tell the story of the Aspen area’s quirky history in superlatives – both good and bad. Pieces like Walter Paepcke’s top hat and Jerome B. Wheeler’s Civil War sword help to tell our story. Tour the exhibit and then vote on your favorite object!
Made possible by the Louis and Harold Price Foundation.
Archives, Collections and Research
Explore the extensive Archives and Collections of artifacts, photographs, oral histories, newspapers from 1881, manuscripts, films and videos. Location: Wheeler/Stallard Carriage House. Appointments can be made 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Call 925.3721 ext. 103 or email@example.com