Hop on board San Antonio’s first and original ghost bus tour and be transported into a world of ghostly happenings and terrifying histories.
Haunted History Ghost Walk
- Child Ages 6-12
Haunted History Ghost Tour
On this 90-minute Haunted History Ghost Walk, join our talented guides and explore the haunted streets in the oldest parts of San Antonio. Murder, suicides, the ghosts of famous people, battles, and more are covered in the Haunted History Ghost Walk.
Some of the locations you’ll hear about on your haunted walk include:
- The Alamo: You can’t talk about haunted San Antonio without mentioning the Alamo.
- The Spanish Governor’s Mansion: One of the oldest buildings in all of San Antonio, it is also one of the most haunted. Who is haunting this location? It might not be who you think.
- The Menger Hotel: Considered to be the most haunted hotel in Texas, the Menger has one of the most interesting histories in San Antonio. Perhaps this could explain some of the numerous ghosts which are frequently seen here.
- The Old Bexar County Jail: You won’t believe what it is today!
Written by the authors of Haunted History of Old San Antonio, this unique San Antonio walking ghost tour is an experience sure to haunt your memory for years. The Haunted History Walk is a great way to see the spooky side of San Antonio!
History is best told by the people who were actually there. Luckily for us, in San Antonio, they never left! Come hear the true stories of San Antonio’s ghostly past on this haunted walk!
This San Antonio Walking Ghost tour is For You If: You’re looking for a high-quality ghost storytelling performance full of dark history and chilling ghost lore.
WHERE: Meet at the Sisters Grimm Oddities Parlor located on the right hand side of the Menger Hotel down Blum Street (across from Starbucks).
204 Alamo Plaza Suite #J San Antonio, TX 78204
WHEN: Tours leave nightly. Please check availability
PLEASE NOTE: No San Antonio ghost walks go inside of these haunted locations (except for our Ghost Bus Tours) as most of them are private residences, working businesses, or museums. The entirety of your tour will take place outside. San Antonio is a necropolis – a city built over its dead – so many hauntings occur outside.