FAC Member “Law and Disorder” Downtown History Stroll & Speakeasy Cocktail Tasting
November 18 @ 2:00 pm
This event is SOLD OUT. To be placed on a waitlist please call our front desk at (719) 634-5581 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This tour is open to members of the FAC. Not a member? Join today.
Law & Disorder explores how Colorado Springs officials fought to remain a “dry town” in “wet times,” the captivating story of how local law enforcement, concerned citizens and the Gazette newspaper worked to run the KKK out of town in the 1920s, and an infamous gun battle with train robbers in the streets of downtown.
Two tours available:
- Tour only (no cocktail tasting): $5 per person. Tour meets at 2:15 p.m. at Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum Annex in the Plaza of the Rockies (121 S. Tejon St, Suite 100). Tour lasts approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.
- Tour and cocktail tasting at Brooklyn’s on Boulder: $13 per person. Tour meets at 2:00 p.m. at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum Annex in the Plaza of the Rockies (121 S. Tejon St, Suite 100). SPACE IS VERY LIMITED. Tour lasts approximately 2 hours.
Join a knowledgeable guide from the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum for this .7 mile downtown stroll. Each tour group, with or without the cocktail tasting, starts at The Pioneers Museum Annex in the Plaza of the Rockies (121 S. Tejon St, Suite 100) and ends at Brooklyn’s on Boulder (110 E Boulder St).
Image: Colorado City Saloon, ca. 1900. Courtesy of Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum