1. Are drinks included?
Have you tried asking Siri this? Is she still thinking? You must be on the Sprint Network with us. Oh well, good thing you came to this page because the answer is NO.
2. Is tipping acceptable?
While our guides really love to spend time with all of you every night, most are starving young professionals or college students. So yes, we do allow tips, but only if you had a great time. Oh and just because our guides might be overweight, doesn’t mean they aren’t starving. There is a reason we put them on the walking tour.
3. Can I just show up at the meeting place without purchasing a ticket in advance?
You can, but it would be ill advised. We will only accept you if the tour is not already full and you had better believe that there is a service fee for making us bring a credit card machine on the tour. Also note that on occasion we will contact all guests who purchased tickets to meet at a different location based on special events in the area.
4. How much is the fee for question 3?
Great question, it is $7.50 per ticket. Is that enough to encourage you to purchase in advance? Sorry, but we really like to have our night planned out and the only things we love to see unannounced are the ghosts.
5. How long is the tour?
They are usually about 1.5 hours long, but sometimes our guides and groups have such a good time that they stop at additional places beyond the planned tour. If you want it to be exactly and hour and a half, then please don’t buy our guides any drinks or “be that guy.”
6. Do the tour guides drink on the tour?
How is it that question 5 always leads to question 6? All of our guides are 21+, so we think they can make adult decisions. We do want to tell you that around the 3rd or 4th stop our guides get more entertaining. This is just an observation that people have told us, not really sure why this is the case, but maybe the guides are nervous meeting everyone at first.
7. How much walking is involved during this tour?
We always recommend checking with your doctor to see if you are fit for a walking tour. It usually covers about 3/4 of a mile, but the routes change with the season. We also make 2-3 stops during this time, which may or may not have seating.
8. What do I get for my ticket price?
Our wonderful personalities and a lot of sarcasm if you call and ask what you get for 22 bucks. We try to give everyone one heck of deal for cheap evening entertainment, which includes our guide, stories, and hopefully some beautiful weather. We also give everyone a little surprise when they check in.
Still wondering if drinks are included? We’d be out of business pretty quick providing that, so just assume if this site is up and running and doesn’t have a seized by government for failure to pay taxes, we haven’t included drinks yet.
9. How should I get to the starting line?
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We encourage the use of public transportation before and AFTER this tour. Denver have a plethora of cabs, private drivers, buses, and pedi-cabs, so please always choose wisely.
The address of Blake Street Vault is 1526 Blake St Denver, CO 80202. It is in the LODO area of Denver and right off the 16th street mall. Any cab driver should know how to get to this location.
10. Holy Ghost, it’s 10 minutes until my tour and I am never going to make it, what do I do?
Not to worry, just call 1-8-Ghost-Tour (1-844-678-8687) and let them know when you think you can get there and we can let you know where the tour will be. This will disqualify you from the surprise and we reserve the right to not tell you what it was.
11. Does everyone in our group have to be 21+?
Yes!! There is just something about a screaming baby that is not nearly as funny as when the adults on our tour get scared and scream. We make exceptions, but those must be arranged in advance, just email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call us 1-8-Ghost-Tour (1-844-678-8687).
12. Is the tour really scary?
It can be, are you afraid of the dark??? On a serious note, our stories are typically related to the history of Denver, Boozing in Denver, and famous ghost stories. Unfortunately we don’t have a campfire and our insurance provider frowns upon us having someone jump out and scare you, so we try to keep the scare factor to a level our insurance provider will cover.
If you don’t find it scary enough, you can blame the heart attack of 2012 from our Washington, DC Tour.