TOURS in SALIDA
Home to Colorado's Largest National Historic District
(Entirely different tours available in Buena Vista)
With 136 buildings preserved from 1883-1910, Salida is jam-packed with living history.
And you can bet many of our historic buildings have some great stories and great hauntings. We know all about them.
Our 5-star rated tours have something for every age and interest.
Perfect for families, reunions, ghost hunters, single travelers, hardcore history nerds, or those simply wanting a fun outing.
When you're looking for something fun and interesting to do in Salida, Colorado, think of us!
For locals entertaining visitors and those here on vacation, our 5-star rated tours are the perfect way to learn about this cool mountain town.
Ghosts? Oh, yeah. They live in nearly every downtown building.
Wild west shootouts, brutal fights, and larger-than-life characters? It all happened in this historic town.
And we know the stories better than anyone.
Plus, we'll show you the best places for eating, drinking, and shopping.
Tours regularly sell out so book early!
Salida has a bloody history. Dare to walk the haunted streets of our past with your knowledgeable guide on this spine-chilling tour.
Ask about ghosts in Salida, & you'll hear plenty of stories. Let your guide take you through dark streets, pointing out the infamous red-light district & the exact locations of murders & restless spirits.
Relive bloody shootouts, the bawdy red-light district, and fires that leveled the town. Engaging storytelling you won't soon forget.
See historical Salida on this intimate walking tour. Be entranced by fascinating tales of Salida's remarkable past. Guests are amazed by the many hidden secrets of Colorado's largest National Historic District.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
What an amazing experience! We did the Ghost tour and it was extremely fun and left grizzly spooks in our souls.
Very informative and comprehensive. Fascinating history.
My friend and I thoroughly enjoyed our tour! Our guide was knowledgeable, articulate, and entertaining. The pace was comfortable, and he wore a mic so there was no problem hearing him speak.