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Fort Worth Ghost Tour

Are you searching for the best ghost tour in Fort Worth? Venture with Lizzie Borden Ghost Tours on a spine-tingling Fort Worth ghost tour that will leave you screaming for more.


Join our Fort Worth ghost tour to hear the unhinged stories about the sinners and outlaws that once ran the streets and continue their reign in the afterlife.

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Why You Need to Take a Fort Worth Ghost Tour

Everything is bigger in Texas, but you won’t find cheap thrills or cliché costumes on our Forth Worth ghost tours. What’s bigger are the facts, the real stories, and the unbelievable hauntings. Our experienced tour guides are locally sourced and have dug up all the best dirt about Fort Worth’s Wild West history. Whether you’re new in “these here parts” or have been around longer than the dirt in the ground, Lizzie Borden Ghost Tours provides an unforgettable haunted experience.

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Five Stars

Our guide was Dylan, she was great. The whole experience was fun and the kids loved the EMF meters. We enjoyed the history and learned a lot.


Five Stars

My boyfriend planned this for date night. I learned a lot of history I did not know (I was born and raised in ftw), got to tour alley ways I’d never...

Lindsey Drass

Five Stars

The tour was fun, walking through the stockyards at night with spooky stories. I didn't expect to actually experience the paranormal but was I sure su...

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Why is Fort Worth So Haunted?

Gunslingers, gangsters, and cowboys haunt the modern corridors of Forth Worth, lingering reminders of the city’s violent outlaw past. Once home to Hell’s Half Acre, the most lewd and violent red-light district in the West until 1917, Fort Worth has just as many poltergeists as it does saloons and rodeos. Since the 1870s, the city gained a reputation for being one of the most infamous and rowdy cowtowns in all of the Lone Star State.

Criminal activity has prevailed in Forth Worth for as long as the brothels have invited thirsty and power-hungry outlaws. Unknown criminals like Luke Lamar Short and Sam Bass engaged in shootouts and high noon in Fort Worth’s storybook Wild West Days. Later on, Bonnie and Clyde were attracted to Fort Worth’s lawless nature during the Great Depression. Something about the untamed nature of Texas brought these gunslingers here and forever kept them in the afterlife.

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Evil sometimes outweighed good in the dusty streets of early Fort Worth and left bloody waves of otherworldly energy in its wake. As a prominent cow town, rodeos became just as common as gambling houses and cattle yards. Rodeo stars and workers of the stockyards engaged in much of the same lawless activity as their criminal counterparts. Some of them, like the fearless rodeo cowboy C.D. Junior Colwell, took their own lives due to this heinous lifestyle.

Hiding amongst the breweries, restaurants, and shops of the Stockyards, where thousands of cattle a day were once driven in and out of the city, are the ghosts of Fort Worth’s haunted history. There is much to see and learn in a town that attracts the unknown and unusual. Book your spot on a Fort Worth ghost tour with Lizzie Borden Ghost Tours to experience it yourself!

Why should you tour with us?

You love westerns and want to experience the real Wild West.

No matter if they’re old or new, if you love westerns chances are you love it all. Westerns on television are a good time, but nothing compares to hearing true stories of the real Wild West in person and taking in the sites where these events occurred. Fort Worth was and continues to be the center of all the action when it comes to cowboys, cattle, and western culture.

The stories you’ll hear will paint a picture of what it meant to be a real gunslinger and lawbreaker in such a primitive time. While society may have evolved, the souls of outlaws left behind are stuck, doomed to roam the very place they met their brutal end.

You need your ghost fix.

Cowtown Ghosts has a tale for every type of haunting imaginable. Every building has experienced its own type of tragedy, trapping souls that were once from all walks of life. From residual to intelligent, poltergeists and even demonic, those in the afterlife almost outnumber the living. Keep your cameras ready, because these spirits have been known to make their presence known at a moment’s notice.

You love learning about historic buildings…especially if they’re haunted.

So much of Texas is developed around historical monuments. These buildings date back as far as the early 1800s, and Fort Worth is home to several of them. If you love learning about the history of buildings from yesteryear, you’re in the right place. We’ll take you on a stroll through time where you’ll hear stories of a merciless era where cowboys and gangsters ruled the roads and took no prisoners. These buildings have plenty of history and Fort Worth Ghost Tours is where you’ll hear all about it.

You want to try and catch a glimpse of someone famous…dead or alive.

Will you see someone living and famous? We can’t be sure. Will you see someone who was once living, both famous and infamous? Now THAT’S a possibility. The haunted history in Fort Worth is deep and includes some notable characters you’ve probably heard about such as the star-crossed lovers Bonnie and Clyde and the Duke himself, Mr. John Wayne. Both are known to make appearances in the buildings you’ll visit, so keep your eyes peeled and your cameras ready.

You’re looking for something fun and unique to do with the family.

These days it can be hard to tear our kids away from their screens. A tour with Fort Worth Ghost Tours just might be the key. In addition to being educational, this tour is entertaining and engaging in a way you can’t experience on a phone. We’ll keep you and your family moving and on your toes every step of the tour, rendering everyone’s phone nothing more than a camera to capture the unexplained.

You’re in town for work and need to unwind and you’ve already been to the rodeo.

Fort Worth is big for business trips. If that’s what brought you to our part of the world and you’re in need of a break, take a time out with Fort Worth Ghost Tours. The entire tour is by foot which is a great stress reliever, and the stories you’ll hear will take you out of the business world and into another time that will take your mind off of those big meetings for a while. Shut off your computer, grab your walking shoes, and get ready to have a good time!

Most Haunted Places in Fort Worth, TX

Stockyards Hotel

Shadowy men shooting pool can be heard late at night, and the spirit of a criminal rodeo star who took his own life haunts the 1904 Stockyards Hotel.

Miss Molly’s Hotel

Fort Worth’s first Bed and Breakfast that once served as a brothel and a speakeasy dus of Prohibition. Many ladies of the night lost their lives at this institution of sin and still remain behind today.

White Elephant Saloon

Located in the notorious Hell’s Half Acre, the White Elephant Saloon has seen its fair share of shootouts and is now haunted by the ghost of the notorious gambler Longhair Jim.


Parking and Meeting Place

Please see your booking details for meeting location. There are neighboring parking garages and street parking that are available in the area.

Group Size

Group size varies based on time of year and demand. We can keep everyone in your party in the same group. We’ve been doing this for years, and manage group size to ensure guests have a great experience. In the event you can’t hear your tour guide, let them know, or move closer to them.

Dog/Pet Policy

Pets are welcome as long as they do not disrupt to distract from the tour

Arrival Time

The arrival time will be listed on your confirmation email and in the available tour times when you click the book button

How To Contact Us

Please do not call us, the best way to reach us is by email using the contact form on this website

What Is An Extended Tour?

An extended tour takes you to a few additional locations when the regular tour ends. This adds about four new places and 30 minutes to your tour- highly recommended

How Do I Order An Extended Tour?

Book a tour and check the +1 box for each person in your group where it says “Extended Tour” at checkout to add an extended Ghost tour.

How Do I Order a Private Tour?

Please contact us directly for pricing and availability. We do not do private tours under 30 persons. If you have a group under 30, please order directly from the website’s book now option.

Weather/Cancellation Policy

Tours are held rain or shine. We will contact you if the tour is cancelled.

Can I Show Up To a Different Tour Day and Time?

Please only attend the tour for the day and time you are booked, as another day or time may not be available. If you need to reschedule, please contact us by email first. There is a $10 per order (not person) rebooking fee for each schedule change.

What If I'm Late?

As it is unfair to other guests, we do not wait for late or no show parties. Please remember to arrive to the correct location on time! We do not grant refunds to guests who fail to arrive to the appointed place on time and miss their tour.

Do Ghost Tours Go Inside Buildings?

No, but some of the locations you can visit during the day for free. We simply wouldn’t have the time to focus on as many stories as we do if we were to enter each one, and we wish to focus on the stories, and leave the exploring up to you!

When Should I Arrive?

15 minutes before the start of your tour

Do You Offer Food?


Do We Ride in a Vehicle?

No, this is a walking tour.

Is Your Tour Wheelchair/Stroller Friendly?

Most of the tour is not stroller or wheelchair accessible.

Can I Take Photos?

Yes, you are welcome to take photos of the locations we visit!

Can I Take Video?

No, videos are not allowed

Can I Smoke On Tour?

No, there is no smoking allowed on the tour

Alcohol and Drinking Policy

We do not allow intoxicated guests or drinking on the tour- we will promptly ask those in violation to leave

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