This tour typically takes place on Friday at 1:30 pm + Saturday at 3:30 pm or create a custom time here
$50 Includes a guided historical walking tour through downtown Denver, a professional whiskey tasting & plenty to drink!
Historical walk followed by a distillery tour & professional tasting
Iconic Bars | Western Wear | Colorado Bourbon
A unique experience that brings Denver to life by focusing on history & whiskey. A walking tour starts our day off, from Union Station to the oldest hotel in Denver, to the oldest jazz bar. Then we enjoy a professional whiskey tasting and entertaining tour through a massive distillery in the heart of LoDo with plenty of samples.
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Meet Rick at our prestigious train depot. If it wasn’t for the line out of Cheyenne, Denver would be a ghost town.
Denver’s first hotel, explore beautiful artwork & take in one of the most important hidden gems: the Cruise Room.
Learn about the world renowned western wear company, and feel free to shop to your hearts content
Not easy to pronounce, but “The Pec” as we call it, is a legendary Jazz bar since the early ’30s.
Guided tour and a professional tasting with non-stop samples of Colorados finest Bourbon and complete line up of Mile High Spirits
The tour ends at Mile High Spirits, in downtown Denver. The world is your oyster, but you’re on your own to get back home
Rick was great!
A fun way to do a first time walking tour of Denver. Rick was very knowledgeable and fun! I’m not a huge whiskey fan, but definitely also enjoyed learning about it. Excellent customer service – I forgot a jacket and shot glasses at the last stop and Rick met us the following day to return the items!
Great Informative Tour!!
Notice 2 exclamation marks? Great tour led by Rick that not only was fun, but we learned so much about Denver and some of the history! We sampled Whiskeys, Bourbons, a Tequila, Gin, and Rum. We are natives and still, WE LEARNED SO MUCH! Whether you’re a native or a visitor to Denver. You really should take this tour!!
All Tour Tickets are Non-Refundable
Expired third-party tickets are good for the amount originally paid, but once scheduled cannot be rescheduled for another day.
There are only two exceptions to this policy:
1.) Centennial Tours determines the weather to be too severe for touring
2.) The group minimum is not met (bus tours require a minimum of 4 guests).
Rescheduling can be done with at least One Week’s Notice, but there will be a Rebooking fee of $10/guest
What to Bring
I.D.s will be checked for anyone consuming alcohol. No drinks will be served to those without or those that are underage.
There won’t be food available on the tour, but feel free to grab a meal at any of the restaurants at Union Station before the tour, and occasionally Mile High has food trucks. All the drinks offered at Mile High Spirits are included at Mile High Spirits. *The El Chapultepec Shot is not included, but you can enjoy our Centennial Tours discount.
Centennial’s History & Whiskey Tour starts at the entrance of the Milkbox Creamery (1701 Wynkoop, Denver, CO 80202). Please arrive at least 5 minutes early.
The total walking distance is approximately 3/4 mile. It is recommended to bring water bottles, but of course, Mile High Spirits will have any beverages you need.
Feel free to bring personal items, such as purses, backpacks, and cameras, but beware there are no places to store your items along the way. Pictures are allowed at all the locations, but some historic, and proprietary items might be off limits, so please ask us if you are unsure.
Parking: Generally, we recommend consulting the Best Parking site for the lowest rates:
However, one of the best parking options is in the lot adjacent to Mile High Spirits (north of MHS on the left). it’s only $3 for the day (excepting Rockies games days). There is limited free parking (street-side) in the vicinity too, but many are 2-Hour Only, so beware. The tour is 2 hours long, but most likely you will not make it back to your car within that window.