Breckenridge Haunted Tour
November - December 15
December 16 - April 12
Wednesday and Saturday; 7:30pm
offered year round with seasonal schedules
Cost & Reservations
$20/adult (ages 13+)
$15/child (ages 4-12)
reservations required 2 hours prior to tour
Where to park
There is not designated parking for the tour or the Welcome Center. Please visit the Breck park website for information on current parking locations and fees.
Where to meet
Breckenridge Welcome Center
About the tour
Breckenridge has its share of eerie and unexplained stories. This popular evening walking tour takes visitors to places claimed to be haunted by lingering spirits from the past. Search for the ghosts still rumored to haunt these establishments today. This is the only Breckenridge ghost tour that will take you inside a former private residence - one of the town's oldest homes.
What to expect
This is a 90 minute long outdoor walking tour offered in sun, wind, and snow. It covers about six town blocks and goes up and down a few small hills. There are generally a few indoor stops into historic buildings. Dressing for the weather and conditions is important. Click here for more FAQs.
Families (we recommend this tour for kids 12 and up), couples, friends, and groups. This tour includes unsettling stories so it not recommended for sensitive children who may be easily frightened.
What guests say
"Trevor, our guide/undertaker/spirit contact, was awesome! What a fun way to learn about Breckenridge history! His knowledgeable, yet humorous delivery was spot on! Plus, the tour was designed perfectly with inside stops to keep warm. Go! Enjoy!"
"We loved this tour. My favorite was the pet cemetery. This was one of the rare tours they actually had everyone in the group scared by the end. Walking through the haunted house was actually so scary and have me goosebumps. Definitely recommend This! We had Trevor B as our host and he did an incredible job!"
Did you know?
It was a Victorian custom to lay people to rest in a coffin with a string attached to the coffin lid. The string was then attached to a bell on the outside of the coffin just in case the person regained consciousness and wanted to get out!
dates, times, and prices subject to change without notice; all activities weather dependent