Historic Walking Tours of Downtown Continue Through the Summer
Historic walking tours of downtown continue this summer after four “brothel themed” walking tours during Jubilee Days sold out.
Do to the popularity of this event, the Laramie Main Street Alliance has added additional tours with a slight twist on the theme. During the hour long walk through historic downtown Laramie visitors can explore Laramie and Wyoming’s past while learning about it’s railroad history, Victorian architecture, Women’s Rights and yes, brothels.
Additional dates include: July 27th: The Birthing of a Railroad Town, August 10: Women of the West and August 24th: Old Laramie City Brothel Tour. There will be an additional brothel tour offered during UW Family Weekend.
Tickets are $10 per person and can be purchased with cash, check or credit card at the Laramie Main Street Alliance office at 207 Grand Avenue. Reservations can also be made by calling 307-760-3355. The walking tours serve as a fundraiser for Main Street, a 501(c) (3) non profit who strives to preserve downtown Laramie while enhancing its economic and social vitality.
All tours last an hour and start at the First Street Plaza on the corner of First Street and Grand Avenue.
The historic walking tours are generously sponsored by First American Title and Scott McFarland – State Farm Insurance Agency.
For more information contact the Laramie Main Street Alliance at 307-760-3355 or visit us online at www.laramiemainstreet.org