Golden








Washington Avenue- 1890  ~~ (www.photoswest.org)




Golden is nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, only fifteen minutes from Denver.
Golden was founded during the gold rush of 1859, but gold seekers were not its first inhabitants. The area had been
frequented by the Ute, Arapaho, and Cheyenne tribes, as well as early trappers Louis Vasquez and Rufus Sage. Most
sources agree that the town was named for settler Tom Golden, one of the early gulch miners who panned gold in the
valley of Clear Creek.

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Halloween Murder Mystery Dinner Theater ~ at the Table Mountain Inn!


Saturday, October 28th, 2006
6:30pm – 10:00pm

WHAT’S INCLUDED:
Four course meal
Murder Mystery Show
2 Cocktails per Person
Bottle of Champagne and
2 commemorative Champagne glasses
$10 off brunch the following morning

HOW MUCH:
$299 per couple in a grand king
$349 per couple in a suite
$89 per person for dinner & show only.

Please call 303-216-8011 for reservations.

http://www.tablemountaininn.com/

1310 Washington Avenue
Golden, Colorado  80401

hotel@tablemountaininn.com


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                                          Golden Cemetery Tours


(Past event)- Please call to make sure this is still going on.

October 22 & 23, 2005

This is no ordinary cemetery tour.

At the Golden Cemetery the ghosts of Golden’s past meet and greet the tour participants.  On any given tour attendees
will hear the life stories of up to seven notable citizens from Golden’s highly historic past – men such as Edward
Berthoud, a noted engineer and surveyor or women such as Eliza West who wrote for her husband’s newspaper the
Colorado Transcript back when women just didn’t do those things.  
Costumed interpreters guide the ½-mile, approximately 90-minutes walking tours.  Cost is $12 for museum members
and $15 for non-members, call for special group rates.  Tour is not recommended for young children.  Reservations are
required.  

Contact the Golden Pioneer Museum at 303.278.7151 or the Astor House Museum at 303.278.3557 for tickets.  Plan to
arrive at least 10 minutes before your scheduled tour at the Golden Cemetery offices, 755 Ulysses Street . Dress
warmly and wear comfortable shoes.  And join the ghosts of Golden for a hauntingly good time!

http://www.goldenpioneermuseum.com/

303-278-3557 or 303-278-7151
303-279-4585

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Golden Cemetery Tours:

Tours - Guided historical tours are available for groups or individuals upon request. Please contact the Cemetery
Manager, at 303-279-1435, for an appointment or further information.

Golden Cemetery
c/o City of Golden
911 10th Street
Golden, CO 80401
Phone: 303-279-1435 (7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Weekdays)
Fax: 303-279-3571

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          August 29th, 2006 - Mystery History Tour!!































For more info: Call 303.278.7151

E-mail:   goldenpm@comcast.net

http://www.goldenpioneermuseum.com/








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