Holden/Marolt Mining & Ranching Museum
Tuesday – Saturday (closed Sunday and Monday and major holidays)
June 15 – September 4: 11 am – 5 pm
September 7 – October 2: 1 pm – 5 pm
Free for AHS members / $10 adult / $8 senior / free children under 18 and active military personnel / free for car-free visitors* (free on the first Saturday of each month; admission fee includes Wheeler/Stallard Museum)
The Holden/Marolt Mining & Ranching Museum explores the industrial and agricultural history of the area. From mining to railways to ranching, the past comes alive at this pastoral museum that sits on the site of the largest industrial complex in the history of Pitkin County, the Holden Lixiviation Works. The historical Zupancis homestead buildings are being restored to tell the story of the “Quiet Years” and immigrants who helped shape the area. The Holden/Marolt Museum is directly adjacent to a public bike trail near the entrance to Aspen.