AAA Editor Notes
Stanley Hotel Ghost Tours take place at the historic Stanley Hotel, 333 Wonderview Ave. The palatial Georgian-style lodging, which opened in 1909, was built by F.O. Stanley who, with his brother, invented the Stanley Steamer horseless carriage. Several guided tours relate the history of the hotel, which is supposedly haunted by several ghosts. Author Stephen King’s stay at the hotel is said to be the inspiration for his novel “The Shining.”
Guided tours are available. Food is available.