Permission for Photography and Filming
Photography for personal use is allowed inside of the Great Hall and does not require permission from Denver Union Station. In order to capture photography inside of the station without a permit, photographers and subjects must abide by the following rules:
- Photography is only allowed in the Great Hall of Union Station. No shoots are allowed on upper or lower levels, including the Crawford Hotel, the Cooper Lounge, and all tenants within Denver Union Station.
- Photoshoots must be limited to 45 minutes or less.
- No additional equipment of any kind is to be used; this includes tripods, lighting, and reflectors. Hand-held stabilizers are allowed.
- No flash photography is allowed inside of Denver Union Station.
- Photographers and/or subject(s) being photographed cannot ask Denver Union Station guests to relocate or move, and cannot reserve any areas within the Great Hall. Additionally, photographers and subjects cannot obstruct entrances, exits, walkways, or any path of travel within the transportation hub.
- Photographers and/or subject(s) being photographed must follow Denver Union Station’s Code of Conduct.
Any and all commercial media, photography, and all videography, including product or fashion shoots used for promotional marketing and consumer portraiture, require approval and a permit from Denver Union Station. For more information regarding our permitting process for commercial media, photography, and all videography, please direct your inquiry to [email protected].