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Vernon Howe Bailey’s original pencil sketches of The Broadmoor Hotel from 1918 line the walls of this boardroom. Bailey was a staff artist for newspapers and magazines in Philadelphia, Boston, and London. Spencer Penrose commissioned Bailey to provide drawings for the first brochure of The Broadmoor Hotel for it’s opening on June 29, 1918.

Quick facts
A Place for Nonprofits

Penrose House is for active 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations or government equivalents only.

A SPACE FOR STRATEGY

Meetings must be strategic and productive in nature. Social, networking, celebratory or recognition-oriented events do not qualify.

RESERVE AHEAD OF TIME

Our reservations fill fast! To ensure we can book your meeting, please reach out to us sooner than later.

FREE TOURS ONCE A MONTH

Guided tours are available to the public one Saturday a month by reservation only. Please call for more information.

Photo Policies

El Pomar Foundation does not allow professional or amateur photography on its properties to include Penrose House. Smartphone photos are OK. 

Say hello to Meg Shaver.
She knows everything.

Well, at least everything about creating the perfect meeting or event at the Penrose House. Give her a call and she can help you work out all the details and make some great suggestions along the way.

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