none currently scheduled
offered select dates year round and private tour by request
Cost & Reservations
$20/adult (must be 13+)
reservations required 2 hours prior to the tour
Where to park
There is not designated parking for the Briggle House. You may park at the Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center at 103 South Harris Street. Or visit the Breck Park website for information on locations and fees.
Where to meet
About the tour
Ghost hunters welcome! A paranormal guide will take you inside one of Breckenridge's early homes that is claimed to be haunted. Ghost hunting equipment is used to communicate with spirits that may linger in the home. Visitors may see orbs, shadows or other unexplained happenings on the paranormal tour. This is a fun, interactive evening activity in the heart of Breckenridge.
What to expect
This is a 2 hour, indoor guided experience using standard ghost-hunting equipment. It is not suitable for sensitive children and we do not allow children under the age of 13 on the tour. No food or drinks are allowed inside the home. Click here for more FAQs.
Families with older children who are not frightened easily, small groups, couples and, of course, ghost hunters.
What guests say
"Trevor, our guide, was awesome. Be aware that this is a real paranormal investigation - no gimmicks or silly haunted house pranks - and you will learn a lot about what a paranormal investigation entails. Trevor has been practicing for several years and was a perfect guide - he is a believer in the spirit world but completely open and understanding of skeptics. This created a great, open environment to ask questions and learn about paranormal investigations and about the history of the gold rush-era home we were in.
The coolest part was the opportunity to do our own hands-on experiments at the end. An absolutely fantastic blend of history, science, paranormal studies, and ghost stories. I can't say enough good things about this experience - make it a part of your Breckenridge visit!"
Did you know?
Fascination with the afterlife and spirits isn't a modern construct. In Victorian times, people were quite intrigued with what happened after death and there were many elaborate customs and rituals associated with death and dying.
dates, times, and prices subject to change without notice; all activities weather dependent