The Grant-Humphreys Mansion is a historic landmark in Denver, CO. Constructed in 1902 by architect Henry James Manning, the mansion showcases Georgian Revival and Colonial Revival styles. It became known as the Humphreys Mansion when purchased by Albert E. Humphreys in 1917. This exquisite mansion features intricate craftsmanship, ornate interiors with grand rooms, original fireplaces, and beautiful chandeliers. Today, it serves as an event venue, hosting weddings and corporate functions, while also preserving its historical and architectural significance as a symbol of Denver's past elegance and grandeur.