Marijuana Mansion is thrilled to announce that it has been featured in an article published by The Denver post titled, Take a tour of the renovated Marijuana Mansion, a weed-filled selfie paradise in Cap Hill.
Written by, for The Know section, the article reveals the history of Marijuana Mansion and its allegedly haunted past. It also details the recent renovation that transformed the eclectic century-old residence into an instagram-worthy interactive experience and private event space in the heart of downtown Denver.
“It’s hard to miss as you’re walking down Grant Street in Cap Hill, not far from the Capitol: a giant, three-story sandstone mansion with stained glass windows and carved lions overlooking the grounds…
The Creswell Mansion, as it was originally known, was built in 1889 for Denver businessman Joseph Creswell and designed by local architect John J. Huddart, known for his work on several prominent Colorado courthouses.
The 11-room mansion — with a carriage house in back that is now home to a Green Dragon dispensary — was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977…
Lisa Leder bought the mansion in 2019 and got to work renovating the massive, aging space, which she planned to reopen in March 2020. The pandemic threw a wrench in that plan, but she’s finally showing off updates to the space and opening it up for tours.
There’s a lot of history in these walls — and, depending on who you ask, a lot of spooky stories, too.
The Weed Room is the most popular room, equipped with a throne, swing and walls covered in (faux) cannabis leaves. The Mary Jane in a Marijuana Wonderland Room is decked out with a colorful and super-Instagrammable mural by artist Ellie Paisley…”
To read the entire article and learn more about the Marijuana Mansion’s past, head over the The Denver Post.