Step Back in Time With us

Step back in time into the colorful narrative of history and hauntings. Silver Queen Walking Tours is proud to share the legacy of the Old West’s colorful narrative, populated by stories the likes of Hotel De Paris French proprietor Louis Dupuy, freed slave turned wild west entrepreneur Aunt Clara and Silver Baron William Arthur Hamill of Hamill House Museum fame. Designated NHLD status on November 13, 1966, Georgetown boasts over 200 protected historic buildings —artifacts of the  bustling nineteenth century mining days. It hardly seems fair to keep these stories all to ourselves! Which is why Silver Queen Walking Tours was born. We provide specially curated guided historic walking tours through Georgetown, focusing on the lively stories of it’s people and the role they played in weaving the legacy of our historic past.

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Rose Street B&B Ghost Hunt

Rose Street B&B Ghost Hunt


Join Silver Queen Walking Tours, psychic Stephanie Smith, ghost hunters Alan Megargle and Anna Meyer Evans in a first ever paranormal investigation of Georgetown, Colorado's Rose Street Bed & Breakfast. 2 Limited VIP on site overnight accommodation tickets available. Reserve now, space is limited! 

Ghost Tours

Tickets Available! 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. Participants will also go into one of the town’s hautned Victorian mansions and learn about its haunted past and present.

John Denver's Georgetown

Take a walk through John Denver’s Georgetown. Visit the town where Denver’s 1986 The Christmas Gift was filmed. We will see Strauss Park where the Christmas tree lighting scene took place, the “Letter Day” post office,  and Susan McPhillip’s home. Walk the streets John walked and learn the inside scoop about his time here in Georgetown, including personal stories that were told to us by the people involved with John and The Christmas Gift’s filming here. Participants will meet at Silver Queen Walking Tours, 614 Taos Street, Suite 1. Space is limited.

Book a Private Group Tour

Our regularly scheduled tours are ticketed through Eventbrite (see links below). We are happy to accommodate tours of three or more outside the regularly scheduled ones below. We will add tours to our schedule based on demand throughout the season. 

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