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McCarty-Fickle Home

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An elegant residence erected in 1916 by Berthoud’s Dr. and Mrs. D.W. McCarty, the McCarty-Fickel Home is the setting of a historic house museum that explores the domestic, professional and civic lives of members of the McCarty and Fickel families from the 1890s to present—including the onsite medical office from the 1930s.

Designed by noted Colorado architect Glenn Huntington, the home was constructed in the Denver Square architectural style and still contains original woodwork, numerous family artifacts and original furnishings purchased from the Daniels and Fisher department store in Denver.

Friendly docents lead fascinating tours at a nominal admission fee. Discounts are available for schools, clubs, and groups of ten or more. Group tours may be scheduled in advance.

Click the Map below for Directions:
645 7th St., Berthoud, CO
(970) 532-1916

Open year round
Wednesday 1 - 4 p.m.
Or by appointment
Admission fee

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