The Most Chilling Ghost Tours in Old Town Albuquerque

With a history stretching all the way back to 1706, it comes as no surprise that Old Town is one of the most seemingly haunted areas in the Southwest. There are many chilling legends about the spirits of past residents who still wander the streets of the city today. With Halloween right around the corner, attending one of the ghost tours in Old Town Albuquerque is a must! Here are some of our personal favorites that are sure to send the shivers down your spine.

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3 of the Best Ghost Tours in Old Town Albuquerque

  1. Breaking Boo Tour

Fans of the hit TV show “Breaking Bad” will love this one-of-a-kind experience! The Breaking Boo Tour transports passengers on a spooky adventure aboard the RV used in the series. You’ll make stops at some of the most haunted spots in Old Town Albuquerque while being introduced to the show’s filming locations along the way. The tour is also led by professional actors who worked closely with the stars of the show.

  1. The Ghost Tour of Old Town

Held each night at 8 p.m., the Ghost Tour of Old Town is a spine tingling adventure fit for the whole family! It’s so popular, it was even featured on Travel Channel’s hit show, “Weird Travels.” The lantern lit tour lasts 90-minutes and guides you through the streets of Old Town as you search for the souls of Civil War soldiers, wandering apparitions, and more. Be sure to bring your cameras! It’s not uncommon to capture strange phenomenon when you try to take a photo.

  1. Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Walk

Although this tour takes place in Downtown Albuquerque, we just can’t leave it off this list! This is arguably the most popular ghost walk in the city, and for good reason. The downtown area was once the site of several hangings, murders, gang fights, and duels. This means that there is a chance you could encounter the unrest spirits of those affected by these tragedies. The 100-minute tour leads you to some of Albuquerque’s most haunted destinations including the Kimo Theater, Bernalillo County Courthouse, and the Wool Warehouse. Along the way, your guide will reveal vivid accounts of the city’s most popular ghosts and legends, some of which are sure to cause goosebumps.

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