Uniquely Your Own
Groups will find the myriad of venues in Breckenridge as unique and varied as its history and character. There is often need for an offsite venue to create the ideal setting for an ultra-special event. With its mining history and deep heritage, Breckenridge features many diverse locations for groups, from authentic log cabins and historic homes to quaint art galleries. Culturally unique, the Riverwalk Center for the performing arts sets the stage for a harmoniously creative affair. No matter what you are looking for, the GoBreck CVB will connect you with a venue that is as truly unique as the personality of your group.
Rockies surrounded by spectacular scenery, the town of Breckenridge sets the stage for the perfect getaway. Breckenridge is home to historic churches, breathtaking outdoor venues, cozy mountain lodges, grand private homes, scenic mountain overlooks and decks, antique bed and breakfasts, a large riverside venue and full-service hotels, so you can pick a setting as unique as you. From 10 to 250 people, you can find a perfect location for your gathering in Breckenridge.
Barney Ford Lawn
111 East Washington Ave.
The Barney Ford House was built in 1882 for Ford and his family. Today, the home has been restored to its original Victorian style and each room is dedicated to a different part of Barney’s life creating an intimate setting for events. Adjacent to the house, mature evergreens and cottonwoods on the lawn provide a lovely and inviting background right in downtown Breckenridge.
BOEC Scott Griffith Lodge
The Scott Griffith Lodge is about as luxurious as “roughing it” gets. Overlooking the Old Town Reservoir and situated amongst a dense pine forest, this lodge is a very special place indeed.
Capacity: 100 (Tents 150-200)
Square Footage: 2500
Breckenridge Backstage Theatre
121 South Ridge St.
Converted from an old watering hole, the Backstage theatre brings top-notch performances to Breckenridge. The space offers a cocktail reception area in the front of the building and tiered seating.
Breckenridge Welcome Center
309 N. Main St.
Constructed in 2006, a discovery of an old cabin was found in the existing building. The Welcome Center is located at the Blue River Plaza and it’s the place for information about Breckenridge and booking activities. The interactive museum on two levels can be used for a small evening gathering.
Briggle Victorian Home and Milne Park
104 North Harris St.
The charming 1896 Briggle House and 1880 Milne Home are available for small gatherings and wonderful for tea parties and showers. The interior decor and furnishings of the both buildings portray the Western Victorian Period with several pieces original to the homes. In addition to the houses, guests may gather in the adjacent Milne Park which has stunning mountain views of the Tenmile Range.
Country Boy Mine
Enjoy an offsite dinner or reception with campfire and entertainment. Venture into a real gold mine at this historic and restored mining site. Capacity: 40 (winter) 250 (summer)
Edwin Carter Cabin and Lawn
111 North Ridge St.
The recently renovated Edwin Carter Discovery Center is a unique location that is great for cocktail receptions. Guests may tour the cabin, watch a video about Carter’s legacy and try out one of four computer interactive stations. The adjacent Carter lawn may also be used for events and provides a lovely outdoor setting with fabulous views of the Tenmile Range.
The Riverwalk Center
150 W. Adams
The Riverwalk Center was built in 1992/93 by the Town of Breckenridge as a performing arts facility primarily to host the Breckenridge Music Festival Orchestra and the National Repertory Orchestra. Over the years, its uses have expanded to include everything from popular music concerts, theatre and children’s performances to non-profit fundraisers, weddings and conference dinners. www.townofbreckenridge.com
Lomax Mine Site
301 Ski Hill Road
The Lomax Placer Mine is a rustic and enchanting venue that is great for a BBQ lunch or a casual dinner. The site is dotted with authentic mining cabins and surrounded by lush vegetation. Located just outside downtown Breck, the Lomax offers a private yet accessible location. This is no indoor access at this site.