Avery House Weekly Open Houses

Saturdays & Sundays, 1-4 p.m.

Docents guide you through the home and tell the story of the Avery family, who settled in Fort Collins and built this home in the late 1800's. Historic costume collection pieces from the Avery family and local donors on display.

Beginning October 1st, there will be an admission fee for tours of The Avery House. Tour rates are $6 per guest and $4 for children with an accompanying parent or guardian.

  • No Reservations required

  • 328 West Mountain Avenue Fort Collins, CO 80521

  • Additional Donations Appreciated

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For public safety, your comfort, and the preservation of The Avery House, no more than 60 persons may be on a single tour. The Avery House is an historic landmark and is not A.D.A. compliant. Use of stairs is required to tour the home.


Group Tours

Private tours for groups of 10 or more are available. (Groups are limited to 30 per group. Two groups of up to 30 can tour at the same time, one docent per group. When two groups tour at the same time, one docent and tour group begins on the main floor, and the other begins upstairs. For groups larger than 30, we break up tours into separate tour times.) Tours last 45-60 minutes.

Please allow at least three weeks for a tour to be arranged.

To request a tour for a group of 10 or more, please fill out the form below or contact us via email at tours@poudrelandmarks.org or by phone (970) 221-0533. We generally reply within 1 to 3 business days, so please monitor your spam folder.

Group tour fees are $5 per person. Tour fees help us continue to offer group tours and historic preservation programs. Thank you!

For public safety, your comfort, and the preservation of The Avery House, no more than 60 persons may be on a single tour. The Avery House is an historic landmark and is not A.D.A. compliant. Use of stairs is required to tour the home.

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For more information about the Avery House, visit our Avery House information page.

Each year, thousands of local second graders tour the Avery House as part of their local-history studies. We love receiving their notes and thank yous after their tours!