Fleming Mansion

Park & Event Facility Permits

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About the Mansion

Built in 1882, the Fleming Mansion began as the City of South Denver’s Mayoral mansion for Mayor James Fleming. Mayor Fleming sold his home in 1891 and it became City Hall for the City of South Denver until its annex to the City of Denver in 1894. In the 115 years that followed, it served as a jail, a library, a clubhouse, and a recreation center until its restoration by The Park People in 2009.  As a designated Historic Landmark in the heart of the Platt Park neighborhood, Fleming Mansion is the perfect venue for meetings, events, and social gatherings.

Only one event is permitted per day.

2021 Reservation Information

Tours resume March 1, 2021
Capacity – based on level on COVID-19 Dial
Yellow: 35


Venue Details

Amenities & Features

Facility Brochure(PDF, 2MB)

Amenities

  • Staging kitchen (includes refrigerator, sink, and counter space)
  • Tables & chairs
  • 2 verandas
  • On-site event facilitator
Tables & Chairs(no extra charge) Quantity
6' banquet tables (seat 8) 12
Folding chairs 70

Space Availability

Rental dates available: Year-round
Reservation requests can be made 365 days in advance – No reservations are taken less than 30 days in advance
Rental times: 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. daily

  • 4 hour rental minimum
  • Rental times must include set up, clean up and any rehearsal

Rental Fees

Hourly rental rates:

Registered nonprofit organizations will be offered a 50% discount on rental fees.

Weekdays (Monday-Thursday before 4:00PM) $50/hour
Evenings (Monday-Thursday after 4:00PM) $100/hour
Weekends (Friday-Sunday) & holidays $100/hour

Alcohol Policy

Beer, wine, champagne and hard alcohol may be served/sold.

  • If serving or selling alcohol:  Liquor Liability or Host Liquor Liability is required with your insurance coverage.
  • If selling alcohol:  a Special Event Liquor License must be acquired from the Denver Dept. of Excise and Licenses.
  • A licensed bartender who is not a guest of the event is required for the service of any alcohol

View full alcohol policy(PDF, 182KB)

Alcohol Sales/Service Requirements(PDF, 167KB)

Online Tour & Walkthrough Reservations

Schedule a Tour:(PDF, 129KB)
Free, guided one (1) hour tours are available for parties who wish to see the interior of a venue and ask additional questions before submitting a reservation application. Registered tour attendees are invited to bring one guest. View instructions on how to check availability and schedule a tour.(PDF, 129KB)

Schedule a Walk-through(PDF, 129KB) (for permit holders only):
A one (1) hour walk-through with a DPR Event Facilitator is required to obtain your approved Event Facilities Permit. The walk-through will cover day-of event logistics. Permit holders are strongly encouraged to bring any vendors, family or friends who will play a role in your event and need to see the venue prior to your reservation date. Permit holders are limited to one walkthrough. View instructions on how to schedule a walk-through.(PDF, 129KB)

Visit the DPR Online Service Center.

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Tour and walk-through schedules are updated on the 25th of each month. 

Walk-throughs do NOT need to be scheduled earlier than 60 days prior to your event date.

Location

1510 S. Grant Street, Denver 80210  View Map

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