Aurora, Colorado has a bunch of local history. There are landmarks everywhere and it’s exciting for residents to tour their own hometown and encounter a piece of history. Landmarks include sites such as, The Melvin School, John Gully Homestead House,and the Toll Gate Creek Archaeological Site. Here is a summary of the must-see landmarks in historic Aurora, Colorado.
Delaney Farm - 170 South Chambers Road
A popular site to see is the Delaney Farm. It was originally a farm for raising horses, livestock and dairy cattle. It’s since been restored to grow healthy food for people in need. It’s about 158 acres in size.
William Smith House
Make your way to 412 Oswego Court to see William Smith’s house where he raised sheep. It’s a popular site…