Ghost Tours at the Conrad Mansion
Unexplained happenings? Unexpected occurrences? Illusion or reality? You decide amid the shadows. Walk through the rooms of the darkened Mansion and hear stories from staff and community members about their encounters with Conrad family spirits.
Tours begin every 15 minutes starting at 7 pm. Last tour starts at 9 pm. This one-hour tour is limited to 20 people per tour. Reservations are required. This event is a sell-out. Buy your tickets early.
Tickets are $17; members $15. Purchase tickets in the Gift Shoppe from 10 am. - 4 pm. or call 406-755-2166 to reserve your spot. This tour is not recommended for children.
The mission of the Conrad Mansion Museum is to preserve and exhibit the 1895 Charles Conrad Family Estate through public tours, educational programs and community events. The historic Conrad Mansion Museum, located on Woodland Avenue between 3rd and 4th Streets East, is an outstanding example of luxurious pioneer living and period architecture in the Pacific Northwest. The 26-room mansion, donated to the city of Kalispell in 1974, by his youngest daughter, Alicia Conrad Campbell, was designed by noted Spokane architect Kirtland Cutter. Visit www.conradmansion.com for additional information.