Step Back in Time
Georgetown History and Haunting Pub and Restaurant Crawl
Experience the local color of Georgetown’s inhabitants, past and present.
Act I: Meet up at Guanella Pass Brewery. In the first act enjoy a spirited account of Georgetown’s history along with some of the earliest known hauntings while sipping on an award winning hand crafted brew or non-alcoholic beverage (included) at the towns most popular watering hole.
Act II: take a short walk from the brewery to Troia’s, Georgetown’s premier authentic Italian Restaurant where you will enjoy one of Traci Troia’s delicious appetizers (included) Don’t be surprised if the hair stands up on the back of your neck as we talk about the hauntings in this nineteenth century building, featured on two episodes of the show Sightings.
Act III: the final act of the Georgetown History and Haunting Crawl brings us to the old Red Ram, now Lucha Cantina Restaurant, where ghostly encounters are common place. Learn about the chilling past of this site and some of Georgetown’s residents, including the tale of Mrs. Jane Fish, accused of murdering her husband, Gaylord, with chloroform whilst he slept.
Georgetown’s History and Haunting Crawl is a truly unique and immersive experience in which you will rub elbows with many of the town’s locals and perhaps some of its ghosts, while learning about its unique history.
As seen in the documentary Ghosts in Ghost Towns, available on Amazon. Take a walk through town and see some of the most haunted houses and buildings in Georgetown. Learn about the chilling past of some of its residents, including the tale of Mrs. Jane Fish, accused of murdering her husband, Gaylord, with chloroform whilst he slept. Then there’s the vigilante lynching of a man in 1877 whose ghost, it is believed, continues to haunt the town to this very day.
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Take a walk back in time through Georgetown, Colorado and learn about this National Historic Landmark District through the lense of nineteenth century headlines. Learn about Georgetown's link to Wild Bill Hickock and Calamity Jane. Explore the evolution of Georgetown's historical landscape --which you may be surprised to find has not changed too much in over 100 years. Georgetown, home to nineteenth century mining magnates and all form of business entrepeneurs, is one of the few places in the United States that has retained its historic architectural landscape which dates back to the American European expansion into the West.
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Specially Curated History's our bag, Interested in a particular aspect of the Georgetown-Silver Plume National Historic Landmark District's history? Bookend a group history walk through town with visits to Hamill House Museum and Hotel de Paris, learn about the permanent residents of Georgetown's Alvarado cemetery, work with us to curate a tour that fulfills your needs.
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