​Cripple Creek Ghost Walk Tours - Cripple Creek Colorado

Cripple Creek Ghost Walk Tours

About the location they explore....

Step back in time - Cripple Creek, Colorado. The World's Greatest Gold Camp! Meet Bob Womack. On first appearance he seems the typical turn-of-the-century cowboy.But this man made a discovery that changed history. In October 1890, he discovered gold in Poverty Gulch (now Cripple Creek, Colorado),starting a rush that caught the attention of the world. The ore Womack dug from the earth sent the fever through thousands of souls and has created a National Park Service recognized National Historic District that draws tourists from around the world. Old mine shafts, head frames and cabins still dot the landscape here in the high country behind Pikes Peak.

This is a one and 1/2 hour walking tour that takes visitors on a trip through the incredible history of Cripple Creek. Tours include ghost stories, true tales of the old west, and interesting facts about historic buildings. Special rates and times for buses and private parties. Also Tours not recommended for persons with respiratory illness or heart disease. Well behaved children and dogs on leashes are welcome to join the tour group.

About the Touring Group...

The Cripple Creek District Museum presents the 2012 Cripple Creek Ghost Walk Tours. Dress warm and be ready to be chilled to the bone! 

The following tours are offered
Cripple Creek Jail House Tour
Mt. Pisgah Speaks Cemetery Tour

The Schedule
Please check with Tour Group to verify their current schedule. 
Tours meet Friday-Tuesday from the end of 
May-October 31, year round by appointment. 
Cripple Creek Cemetery tours available 
by appointment only for parties of six or more people.

Schedule Differs. Please see website or call group. 
Reservations are recommended as space is limited.

Walk takes about one to 1 1/2 hours. 

(May change without published notification. Please contact Group.)
Tours are free, and are provided 

Tours start at the Cripple Creek Jail Museum located at
136 West Bennett Avenue.
Tours end at the Cripple Creek District Museum located at 
500 East Bennett Avenue.

Free parking is located at the Cripple Creek Jail Museum (starting point), 
and shuttles will be provided to return you to the 
Cripple Creek Jail Museum after you have completed the tour. 

Cripple Creek Ghost Walk & Cemetary Tours
510 E. Bennett Ave.
Cripple Creek, CO 80813 

Confirm the information posted here. 
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