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San Antonio: Ghosts and Dark History Guided Walking Tour

1. San Antonio: Ghosts and Dark History Guided Walking Tour

Discover the dark truth behind top sights in downtown San Antonio on this guided walking tour. Listen to stories about real-life wars, deaths, and murders and hear about the ghosts these events left behind. Meet your guide and head to the Alamo to learn the gruesome details behind one of the most famous battles in history. Next, head to the Menger Hotel which is one of the oldest operating hotels in the South and has boasted guests like Ulysses S. Grant, Oscar Wilde, and Teddy Roosevelt. Find out about the events that took place at the the Emily Morgan hotel which was the city's first sky-scraper and its first hospital. Make your way down Houston Street and listen as your guide fills you in on some of San Antonio's worst killers and natural disasters.  Stop at the Majestic Theatre in the center of San Antonio's Theatre District, which is home to some theatrical stories of the paranormal. Finish your spine-chilling tour at the Sheraton Gunter Hotel which is the venue where one of the most brutal crimes in San Antonio's history took place.

River City Ghosts: San Antonio Apparitions

2. River City Ghosts: San Antonio Apparitions

Explore a hotbed of paranormal phenomenon in San Antonio and find out about the history you never hear about in books. Listen to countless stories of strange and unpleasant happenings from your US Ghost Adventures guide. Your tour guide will take you through historic downtown San Antonio to 8–12 different locations around the Old Town area (depending on whether you choose the standard or extended tour). Get a glimpse of the dark underbelly of San Antonio history as each haunted location ratchets up the tension of the tour. During the tour, see several key historic locations and properties around downtown San Antonio and the Old Town area. If you select the Extended Tour route, enjoy an additional 30 minutes of blood-curdling stories to fuel your imaginations and your nightmares.

San Antonio: Self-Guided Ghost Walking Tour

3. San Antonio: Self-Guided Ghost Walking Tour

Leave behind scheduled tours and explore San Antonio's spooky side any time you want and at your own pace through a unique tour app. Learn about the age-old local ghost stories and visit the famous sites where their spooky characters live. The high-tech location-aware app guides you through each stop on the itinerary with scary music and an insightful commentary. Just go to the Alamo, press play, and put your phone in your pocket. Stop and grab a drink if you want, just pause the tour. Go as fast or as slow as you want. See the most haunted places in San Antonio, including San Fernando Cathedral, the Riverwalk, the Majestic, the Aztec Theater, the Buckhorn, and many more.

San Antonio: Historic Church and Downtown Walking Tour

4. San Antonio: Historic Church and Downtown Walking Tour

Discover the historic downtown area of San Antonio with a guide on a walking tour. Learn about the fascinating history of the city and see some of its most beautiful churches and historic buildings. Start the tour at Alamo Plaza and visit St. Mary's Catholic Church, San Fernando Cathedral, St. John's Lutheran Church, the Church of La Villita, and St. Joseph's Catholic Parish - all located in the downtown area. Let your tour guide take you back to the 18th and 19th centuries when these churches were founded by settlers from the Canary Islands, Germany, Eastern Europe, and other areas of the Americas. Marvel at stunning displays of stained glass, beautifully painted sanctuaries, and ornate carvings of stone and wood. Gain a greater understanding of San Antonio's history, especially the period of growth and development in the mid to late 19th century. See other points of interest along the route such as Alamo Plaza, Historic Houston Street, Historic Theaters (Majestic, Texas Theater, and Aztec Theater), Plaza de las Islas, La Villita, and public art installations such as Riverwalk Public Art Garden.

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What people are saying about Majestic Theatre, San Antonio

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 26 reviews

Didi was our guide for the night and she was spectacular! Hearing the history and what makes each place haunted was awesome! Didi mentioned that the hotel we were staying at had it own haunted history but we didn’t hear the story. I’m glad too! I’ll research when I get home because I really don’t want to know while I’m staying there! You definitely need to do this tour if you’re in San Antonio!

Time so well spent! Jesse, our guide was knowledgeable and entertaining. We laughed, we learnt and we got goosebumps. I expected a fun time and we got a great time!

Had an absolute lovely experience! Very fun and very laid back. A lot of cool information I’m going to have to do more research on late!

Great way to learn about SA history and just the right amount of spooky. Our guide Megan was excellent.

Jessie was awesome! He was a great tour guide and was very informative and made it a great tour!