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The House with the Eye Museum was built in 1879, by Eugene Robitaille, a Canadian architect, builder, and carpenter who also built the Tabor Opera House, the Annunciation Church, among others. The eye is a stained-glass design representing the all-seeing eye of God. Displays include an 1890’s horse-drawn hearse, a 1925 electric player piano, a prohibition-era whiskey still, and more. Consider a Museum Passport which offers access to 8 Leadville museums and a discount on a Twin Lakes Interlaken Boat Tour and Leadville Colorado and Southern Railroad. Note some museums are closed in winter.
127 W 4th Street
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