Tours last one hour and showcase Denver Union Station’s history, art, transportation, restaurants, retail space, and The Crawford Hotel’s luxury guest rooms. Each tour is followed by a complimentary Union Station Kolsch, house red or white wine, or non-alcoholic beverage at the Terminal Bar.
The Crawford Hotel offers tours of Denver Union Station on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 1 pm and most other days at 5 pm. A portion of the proceeds benefits The Crawford’s Dollars For Dreams non-profit partners.
1701 Wynkoop Street, Denver, Colorado 80202, Please meet at the Crawford Hotel front desk, located inside Union Station.
Please be at the Union Station before your respected tour time.
I thoroughly enjoyed my tour of Union Station. Ian had a vast knowledge of the building's recent and not-so-recent past and was gracious and knowledgeable when I peppered him with questions. I grew up in Denver and loved getting to hear more about such an iconic place in downtown, complete with details about its fall from and return to grandeur. Highly recommend!
Ian was excellent, knew answers to all we asked and more. He brought out so many interesting facts about the history and rennovation of Union Station. What a spectacular site for downtown Denver, truly our living room! Ian was exceptionally personable and polite, and spoke with a loud, clear voice....very professional. Thank you!
The restoration of Denver's Union Station is wonderful and the story behind the restoration is fascinating! We thoroughly enjoyed our tour and Ian, our tour guide, was excellent. We highly recommend adding the tour to everyone's must see/do list!
I went on the Union Station tour on Fri Oct 26. Ian was a great storyteller, getting us from the original 1858 settlements, to the opening of the station in 1881, and all the way up to present day. He threw in lots of funny and occasionally even heartwarming details about the station. I’d recommend this tour to anyone who wants to know more about Denver, locals and tourists alike - heck I’d recommend this tour to anyone who enjoys history in the sightest. Bravo, Ian! Great job!
Jim was a wonderful tour guide and we really enjoyed spending time with him. Our one issue is that he goofed a bit on the details of his stories about Mizpeh and Prometheus. Other than that, he was personable and wonderfully knowledgeable about the station itself and its history.