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This 3,000 square foot miniature city, created by America's Storyteller Sculptor, Michael Garman, includes dozens of intricately detailed buildings and hundreds of handcrafted characters who tell the story of Michael Garman's vagabond journeys. Magic Town includes holograms that heckle visitors, trick lighting effects that can make entire alleyways disappear, sound effects & more. This one-of-a-kind exhibit can be seen only at The Michael Garman Museum & Gallery in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Easily, the most famous house in Denver, this house was featured in Woody Allen's Sleeper, and yet has not been lived in much in its history, even going into foreclosure in 2010. Despite that, it still stands and I say that someday, this needs to be included in the annual Doors Open Denver event! =)
Molly Brown House, Denver, CO - was built in the 1880's and is famous for it's previous owner, the "Unsinkable Molly Brown". Once set for demolition, it has been preserved and restored, and now serves as a museum. Activity includes shades opening and closing on their own, shadow figures, the smell of cigar smoke (non-smoking house - Molly's husband was known as a heavy cigar smoker) and apparitions.