Want to get spooked? National Ghost Hunting Day is September 30 and The Brown Palace knows how you should celebrate: a private ghost tour through the hotel. Think about it, a hotel that has hosted countless people since its 1892 opening is bound to have quite a few lingering guests who never really “checked out.” These include a long-dead railroad manager and a ghostly string quartet. This popular tour highlights our tales of unexplained phenomena and spirits who have chosen to spend eternity with us. All tours are conducted by knowledgeable guides and take 60-75 minutes. Schedule your visit today.
Also known as paranormal investigating, ghost hunting pays homage to the supernatural and our desire to solve the mystery of the unknown. While here, consider visiting other haunted places in Denver, including the famous Stanley Hotel in nearby Estes Park, which served as the inspiration for Stephen King’s The Shining, or the Buckhorn Exchange, the oldest restaurant in Colorado and a past hang-out spot for cowboys, traders, and miners—many who’ve never left.