Wheeler / Stallard Museum
The Wheeler/Stallard Museum is open: masks, social-distancing, and capacity protocols are strictly observed. Click here for Pitkin County’s “5 commitments to containment,” additional local public health requirements, and more resources.
From 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Tuesday – Saturday, the museum is open for seniors and vulnerable guests, only. Then the museum is open to the general public from 12 p.m. – 5 pm.
620 W Bleeker Street
Hours of Operation:
December 15 – April 17
Tuesday – Saturday, from 11am – 5pm*
From 11 a.m. – 12 p.m., the museum will be open for seniors and vulnerable guests, only. Then the museum will open to the general public from 12 p.m. – 5 pm.
*Closed Sundays, Mondays and major holidays including Christmas Day, and New Years Day
Free for AHS members
Free for active military personnel through the Blue Star program
$10 adults / $8 seniors / children 18 and under free (must be accompanied by an adult)
Admission is free for all guests on the first Saturday of each month
*Admission fee includes access to the Holden/Marolt Museum during the summer.
About the Museum:
The Wheeler/Stallard house is a Queen Anne style Victorian built around 1887/1888. The first floor of the Museum is interpreted as a Victorian Aspen home and the second floor gallery features rotating exhibitions to explore area history.
Jerome B. Wheeler built this Queen Anne style Victorian in 1888 for his family. Situated on an entire city block, the home was one of many stately properties in Aspen’s West End neighborhood. Despite his plans, his wife Harriet Macy Valentine Wheeler refused to leave their mansion in Manitou Springs, Colorado and the family never lived in the house. Edgar and Mary Ella Stallard moved in 1905, eventually purchasing the house 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.
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