Icehouse Tavern, Denver

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Denver: History and Architecture Walking Tours

1. Denver: History and Architecture Walking Tours

Select from 5 unique walking tours to learn more about notable buildings in Denver, and the individuals who built them. Join a knowledgeable guide on one of the following tours to learn more about architecture and local history. Lower Downtown Walking Tour (LoDo) Begin the tour at Union Station, and admire the beautiful architecture of LoDo as you learn how Denver went from a small grouping of tents to a major railroad hub to skid row to an urban hot spot. Capitol Hill Walking Tour Begin the tour outside the Molly Brown House Museum. Explore the beautiful and charming historic mansions of Capitol Hill and uncover the stories of families who lived in these stately homes at the end of the 19th century. Historic 16th Street Tour Wander down 16th Street in downtown Denver, which has been a vital thoroughfare since 1858. Hear of Denver’s history, enjoy the architecture, and see what is now known as the 16th Street Mall in a new light. Mansion of Quality Hill Tour Discover Quality Hill which boasts architectural gems like the Governor’s Mansion, Malo Mansion, and the Zang Mansion. Learn more about the individuals behind the homes, and their legacy in Denver. Larimer Square Tour Explore Denver’s oldest block and how local citizens saved the block from ruin and dilapidation and created the city’s first historic district.

Denver: After Dark Ghosts of the City Walking Tour

2. Denver: After Dark Ghosts of the City Walking Tour

On Denver After Dark Adults-Only Ghost Tour you will explore downtown Denver’s history of vice and death – and the victims who linger behind. Your tour will begin at Union Station. At this location you will learn about the Gold Rush of 1858 and the Silver crash of 1893. Next, you'll make your way to The Crawford Hotel. Here you will learn about Denver's first railroad station, and you will hear about the haunted history of the Crawford Hotel. You'll continue on to the Ice House where you will learn about the largest cold storage in Rocky mountain region. Next, you'll visit Market Street (The Row). At this location, you discuss Jack the Strangler and the history of The Row. You'll continue your journey to 18th and Lawrence where you will discuss the history of the Denver City Cable Railway Co. You'll then make your way to the Bryan White US Courthouse where you will discuss the history and and hear about the floating head of The Capitol. This tour includes optional stops as well such as The Equitable Building, Daniels and Fischer Tower, The Oxford Hotel, and Mattie Silk's House of Mirrors.

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Icehouse Tavern, Denver: Our most recommended tours and activities

Denver: History and Architecture Walking Tours

Denver: History and Architecture Walking Tours

Select from 5 unique walking tours to learn more about notable buildings in Denver, and the individuals who built them. Join a knowledgeable guide on one of the following tours to learn more about architecture and local history. Lower Downtown Walking Tour (LoDo) Begin the tour at Union Station, and admire the beautiful architecture of LoDo as you learn how Denver went from a small grouping of tents to a major railroad hub to skid row to an urban hot spot. Capitol Hill Walking Tour Begin the tour outside the Molly Brown House Museum. Explore the beautiful and charming historic mansions of Capitol Hill and uncover the stories of families who lived in these stately homes at the end of the 19th century. Historic 16th Street Tour Wander down 16th Street in downtown Denver, which has been a vital thoroughfare since 1858. Hear of Denver’s history, enjoy the architecture, and see what is now known as the 16th Street Mall in a new light. Mansion of Quality Hill Tour Discover Quality Hill which boasts architectural gems like the Governor’s Mansion, Malo Mansion, and the Zang Mansion. Learn more about the individuals behind the homes, and their legacy in Denver. Larimer Square Tour Explore Denver’s oldest block and how local citizens saved the block from ruin and dilapidation and created the city’s first historic district.

Denver: After Dark Ghosts of the City Walking Tour

Denver: After Dark Ghosts of the City Walking Tour

On Denver After Dark Adults-Only Ghost Tour you will explore downtown Denver’s history of vice and death – and the victims who linger behind. Your tour will begin at Union Station. At this location you will learn about the Gold Rush of 1858 and the Silver crash of 1893. Next, you'll make your way to The Crawford Hotel. Here you will learn about Denver's first railroad station, and you will hear about the haunted history of the Crawford Hotel. You'll continue on to the Ice House where you will learn about the largest cold storage in Rocky mountain region. Next, you'll visit Market Street (The Row). At this location, you discuss Jack the Strangler and the history of The Row. You'll continue your journey to 18th and Lawrence where you will discuss the history of the Denver City Cable Railway Co. You'll then make your way to the Bryan White US Courthouse where you will discuss the history and and hear about the floating head of The Capitol. This tour includes optional stops as well such as The Equitable Building, Daniels and Fischer Tower, The Oxford Hotel, and Mattie Silk's House of Mirrors.

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(11 reviews)

We had our tour with Pam. She was super energetic and gave a great tour. She gave a lot of great insights and it was a lot of fun. Can definitely recommend the tour was very interesting!

Tour Guide was very knowledgeable of the history of these beautiful buildings. He was freindly and answered all of our questions. I would take a tour again with him.

Our guide was super knowledgeable and passionate about Denver history. I have already recommended her tour to all my Facebook friends!

It was very good. I wish the tour leader expressed things with more passion, but he was very knowledgeable.

I love taking walking tours everywhere I visit. This one was awesome! Tour guide Dan did a great job!