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Ghost Tours

In New Mexico, there are plenty of places where you can commune with the spirits of city-dwellers past. Book a tour this fall to get to know each ghost and phantom a bit better — and get a great lesson in the history and architecture of the Land of Enchantment while you're at it. Skeptics and believers alike will enjoy a stroll on the spirited side of New Mexico.

Ghosts of Taos

As you walk the picturesque and historic streets of Taos, it may occur to you that there is something more to Taos than meets the eye in the light of day. Some lingering spirit may have left its mark in the very spot you’re standing. These Taos ghosts are just as much a part of the landscape as the towering hollyhocks, dusty petunias, bancos, portals, and adobe walls of Taos Plaza.

*Please note, Ghost Tours of Taos will not be conducting tours for 2020. Tours will resume in 2021

Santa Fe Ghost Tours 

The Plaza has been the center of Santa Fe life for centuries, and many of the characters that lived, worked, passed through, and... well, passed on in Santa Fe inevitably still hang around. Walk downtown Santa Fe with a guide to take a tour through the City Different's past and present, with an emphasis on where you might just rub elbows with some of the capital city's former residents. Skeptical? That's okay—come spook about and see evidence on the tour.

*Please note, 2020 Santa Fe Ghost Tours will be hosted live via Zoom

Routes Bicycle Tours in Albuquerque

Saloons, cowboys, and mayhem in the Wild West punctuate this heart-pounding (in more ways than one) 10-mile tour. Cover off on the creepiest stuff that Albuquerque has to offer while on two wheels in the Duke City — and yes, costumes are encouraged.

The Ghost Tour of Old Town Albuquerque

Take a fun and informative stroll through the quiet, darkened streets of Old Town and experience the eyewitness accounts of spirits who make Old Town their eternal home of haunting! With plenty of stops to sit along the way, our family-friendly storytelling tour provides fascinating recounts of colorful characters who faced an untimely demise. Professional Tour Guides entertain you with tales mixed with chills and chuckles, this is the perfect Old Town outing and it is no wonder the Ghost Tour of Old Town is New Mexico’s oldest and most famous Ghost Walk!

*Please note, due to the current public health orders, tour sizes are limited to 5 people. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Tours

Beneath the towering office buildings and twinkling lights of modern downtown Albuquerque lurk the memories of public hangings, duels, horrific murders, and locations haunted by those who have passed over to the other side. Tales of vengeful lovers, murdered soldiers, and mysterious specters await around every turn. What better way to experience Albuquerque's history than to possibly come face to face with a spirit from the past?

The 90-minute Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Walk will guide you past 1.3 miles of Albuquerque’s darker side, including historic (and reportedly haunted) sites such as the KiMo Theater, Kiva Auditorium, old Bernalillo County Courthouse, the Wool Warehouse, the former red-light district known as “Hell’s Half Acre,” and more. Albucreepy tour guides are experienced paranormal investigators.

As you walk, your guide will reveal vivid accounts of Albuquerque’s most popular ghosts, explain methods used to detect paranormal activity, and discuss previous investigations at downtown locations. While some tour participants have experienced unusual activity, we can’t guarantee ghostly phenomena. 

*Please note, Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Tours will not be conducted for 2020

The Amazing Chase: Albucreepy

Round up your best ghost-hunting crew and prepare yourself to visit 13 haunted locations around the Duke City. Venture out into the city chasing ghosts and other haunts while solving clues at each spooky location from Crew Chief Chucky. But be sure to keep an eye on all of your crew members—you don’t want to lose a teammate to a spirit or ghoul that might be lurking about.

Roswell Alien Tour

If you’re a fan of the paranormal, the unusual and the unexpected, you’ve got to cross the Roswell UFO crash site off your travel bucket list. Alien enthusiasts know that the southern New Mexico town tops every list of the most significant sites of UFO activity, and whether or not you’re a believer, it’s worth taking a peek into some of our state’s more unusual historical happenings. The story starts with something crashing in the desert between Roswell and Corona in 1947… and from there, it’s up to you to determine what happened. Was it a weather balloon? Or something from another planet? On the Roswell UFO tour ($100 with transportation for up to 4 people included), you’ll see 20 sites associated with the occurrence. What exactly happened out there in the desert? The mystery of it is half the fun!

*Please note, Roswell UFO Tours are suspended until further notice due to COVID-19