Tours in Greeley

Craft Whiskey Tasting and Distillery Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Feisty Spirits (Up to 56% Off)

Feisty Spirits

Fort Collins

Visitors to the tasting room admire distillery equipment while sipping half-ounce samples of varied whiskies made from natural ingredients

$26.66 $13

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$399 for a 40-Minute Helicopter Tour for Two from Colorado Heli-Ops ($725 Value)

Colorado Heli-Ops

Northeast Jefferson

Experienced pilots ferry passengers through 40-minute airborne tours over Denver, Boulder, and Golden

$725 $399

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Haunted-History Walking Tour for Two or Four with Ghost-Hunting Equipment from Spirit Expeditions (50% Off)

Spirit Expeditions

Multiple Locations

A two-hour walking tour covers Denver's most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

$50 $25

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One or Two VIP Fast Passes at 13th Door Haunted House - Aurora (Up to 43% Off)

13th Door Haunted House

Dam East/West

Escape zombies, ghosts, and other grim horrors as you attempt to survive Aurora’s most haunted hotel

$35 $20

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$10 for Historic Trolley Tour for Two at Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley ($20Value)

Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley

Cheyenne

Historic trolley make a loop around historic locations throughout the city, allowing patrons to jump and off at various points

$20 $10

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Haunted Historical Walking Tour for Two or Four from D-Tours (Up to 63% Off)

D-Tours

Capitol Hill

Groups take a jaunt through the city, visiting historic sites such as Millionaire’s Row

$60 $24

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Tour for 2, 4, 8, or 10 at Pepsi Center Tours (Up to 72%)

Pepsi Center

Auraria

Explore the home of the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, and Colorado Mammoth during a 90-minute tour of the 675,000 sq. ft. facility

$36 $10

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Rocky Top Glide leverages the energy-conserving powers of the Segway Human Transporter, allowing tour-takers to effortlessly travel city blocks to explore landmarks such as Confluence Park, the Denver Art Museum, and the State Capitol in one fell swoop. Riders follow their guides on a path that snakes toward Coors Field in lower downtown, alongside the streams of the Cherry Creek Trail, and through the central business district's money fields before landing back at the starting point. Meanwhile, the knowledgable guides provide backstories and anecdotes for the sights and sounds that their followers experience.

1615 California Street
Denver,
CO
US

Denver Bike Bar takes going out to bars to a whole new level. The 16-person bike zooms from bar to bar at the direction of a designated driver, freeing passengers from the responsibilities of driving and accidentally becoming a taxi. Though guests cannot drink alcohol aboard the bike, they can imbibe during frequent stops at local microbreweries in LoDo.

1200 17th St
Denver,
CO
US

Live Out Loud Travel is committed to providing people of all ages a joyful, convenient, safe, fun and memorable travel experience. Our group trips encourage people to “live out loud” by embracing every moment and living it to the fullest through their encounters of different countries, people, cultures, and tradititions.

16002 East Nichols Avenue
Englewood,
CO
US

Each batch of Syntax Spirits Distillery’s vodka, whisky, and rum is made by hand using stainless-and-copper fractionating stills, Colorado Weld County wheat or American Molasses, and Cache La Poudre River whitewater. The result of these curated elements are incredibly smooth, complex spirits versatile enough to be sipped or mixed.

At the distillery, visitors are filled in on the process that brings these drinks to life and can taste the fruits of the facility’s labor. Along with its signature spirits, the distillery boasts housemade infusions that range from bourbon vanilla to citrus flavors. Guests can sample the different infusions as chilled shots or in a signature cocktail at the cocktail bar in the industrial-style tasting room where neon signs and antique light fixtures illuminate each sip. When guests aren’t mid-pinball game or sampling drinks at the 40-foot-long concrete bar, the staff leads complimentary tours of the distillery’s manufacturing area, where Laverne & Shirley imitations are prohibited.

625 3rd St
Greeley,
CO
US

When guests cross the threshold into MorbidNights Colorado's Nut House, they enter the tormented minds of history's most notorious serial killers. Inside the 20 rooms that occupy the 12,000 square-foot fear factory, brazen voyagers come face to face with some of the most homicidal humans ever to walk the earth, and shudder with fear as the criminals reenact their notorious crimes or a favorite dance number from South Pacific. Those brave enough to risk the madness do so for a great cause, however, as the haunt donates a portion of its yearly proceeds to worthy causes including the Weld Food Bank or UNC student radio.

2050 Greeley Mall
Greeley,
Colorado
US

Running counter to the belief that the art of model railroading is dead, the Colorado Model Railroad Museum at the Greeley Freight Station keeps bringing in more and more visitors each year. At its center is a lifelike sprawling model train layout that captivates every nearby onlooker. Beyond it, there are more than 600 rail-related artifacts to look at and to never, ever try to eat.

  • Eye Catcher: The museum's centerpiece, a 5,500-square-foot model railroad so vast and detailed it prompted the senior editor of Modern Railroader magazine to proclaim it "the finest model railroad I've ever seen." Visitors can walk around and through it, admiring the handmade trees, the realistic landscaping, and building replicas made from scratch.

  • Permanent Mainstay: The collection of artifacts includes a brakeman's lantern from the '40s, antique and operational Union Pacific and Sante Fe clocks, and what staffers dub the World's Smallest Train, with an engine about an inch long.

  • Don't Miss: a fully restored wooden C&S Caboose, which visitors can explore inside and out

  • Hands-On Experiments: Kids can play The Eye-Spy game: as they walk around, they seek out the location of dinosaurs, yeti, and the occasional Ewok hiding out in the layout

  • From the Press:

"When you walk in the doors of the Colorado Model Railroad Museum at the Greeley Freight Station you won?t believe your eyes." ?CBS4

"The Freight Station is one of the finest operational model railroads in the world . . . The landscape is incredibly detailed . . . and the volunteers are helpful and knowledgeable." ?Greeley Gazette

680 10th St
Greeley,
CO
US