The Royal Gorge Region is filled with historic buildings. Take the day and explore them all! The following is a list of Fremont County’s National Register of Historic Places.

Name

Samuel H. Atwater House

Date Listed

March 7, 1996

Address

821 Macon Ave., Cañon City

Image

Cañon City Downtown Historic District

October 20, 1983

Roughly Main St. from 3rd to 9th Sts. and Macon Ave.; also 602 Macon Ave.

Bridge No. 10/Adelaide Bridge

February 4, 1985

Fremont County Road, Florence

Cañon City Municipal Building

August 18, 1983

612 Royal Gorge Boulevard, Cañon City

Cañon City State Armory

August 20, 1999

110 Main St., Cañon City

Christ Episcopal Church

August 19, 1994

802 Harrison Ave., Cañon City

Colorado Women’s Prison

March 5, 1999

201 N. 1st St., Cañon City

Deputy Warden’s House

May 2, 2001

105 Main St., Cañon City

First Presbyterian Church

September 1, 1983

Macon and 7th Sts., Cañon City

Downtown Florence Historic District

July 14, 2017

Roughly bounded by Main St., Santa Fe & Petroleum Aves. between W. 2nd & Railroad Sts.

Greenwood Cemetery

September 4, 2013

1251 S. 1st St., Cañon City

Holy Cross Abbey

August 18, 1983

U.S. Highway 50, Cañon City

Main Street Bridge

October 15, 2002

State Highway 115 at milepost 8.90, Florence

McClure House

September 14, 1979

323-331 Main St., Cañon City

Mount Saint Scholastica Academy, East Building

January 15, 1998

615 Pike Ave., Cañon City

Robison Mansion

October 11, 1984

12 Riverside Dr., Cañon City

Rouch Gulch Bridge

November 27, 2002

U.S. Highway 50 at milepost 230.12, Swissvale

South Canon High School

October 24, 2005

1020 Park Ave., Cañon City

U.S. Post Office and Federal Building

January 22, 1986

5th St. and Macon Ave., Cañon City

Florence US Post Office

January 22, 1986

121 N. Pikes Peak St., Florence