This historic hotel was built in 1908 to provide accommodation for railroad travelers in the area. The building is believed to have two ghostly residents, which have been seen more and more frequently since the renovations began recently. The first is that of a former hotel employee, who has been seen lying on a bed on the upper floor in a seemingly irritated manner. The second is a woman in a white dress, who has been seen sitting in a rocking chair in the entrance hall. There are currently plans to convert the historic hotel to a delightful museum.
(Submitted by Callum Swift)
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- 1 Main Street
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- 46.295488078579744, -108.93827962873729
- Golden Valley County, Montana
- Nearest Towns:
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That lady in the rocking chair I believe is my grandmother’s sister here name is Clara, my grandmother told me years ago about the Adams hotel and the history behind it. Great stories and great people from lavina mt, the bought this hotel from what I understand from the railroad in the late 1800s. It’s a great place to visit rich in history.
For a large donation can we stay a night there? We are into haunted places and have always been intrigued by the hotel.