THE HISTORIC WOLF HOTEL & ELLINWOOD UNDERGROUND TUNNELS
~ Ellinwood, Kansas ~
- October 13, 2018 (6:00pm-10:30pm)
The Wolf Hotel was built in 1894 that included the Bank of Ellinwood and the downstairs was part of the underground tunnel system that ran through Ellinwood, that included the Drummer’s room, Joe’s Snack Counter, a bar and cards room, among others. The downstairs still houses the first air condiitoner in Barton County. Fred Wolf, John Wolf’s son, added on the Sunflower Dining room in 1924. It was a prestigious restaurant that attracted people from many places with its amber lighting and wheat shock columns. There are several ghost stories attached to the tunnels including that of a man who was shot down in the street and then left in the boiler room under the hotel to die. With a long history of death and mystery, this restored lodging place has more than its share of ghost stories and spirited encounters. From a suicide in the dining room to the mysterious underground tunnels and abandoned stores, the Wolf Hotel is a ghost hunter’s dream!
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Suite $120 (1)King Bed rooms $80 (2)Double Queen Room $80 (1)Full size room ($65)