Phoenix Ghost Tour

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Don't let the bright Arizona sun fool you; Phoenix has a dark side! The miners, cowboys, and outlaws live on in the Wild West, and their ghosts are waiting to be awakened! US Ghost Adventures offers the best tours in the Old West, so don't miss out!


Our ghost tours are lead by Phoenix locals who know the city's hidden history. Heck, they've even had a few supernatural experiences of their own! Our tours will have you on your toes; in other words, they're authentic. We don't rely on some hack in a cheesy costume to get a scare out of you. So whether you're a Phoenix local looking to learn your history, or a tourist hoping to see the ghosts of some old cowboys, US Ghost Adventures has got an experience you won't soon forget. So don't keep the spirits of the Wild West waiting! Book a Phoenix ghost tour today!


Phoenix was built by outlaws, cowboys, and gold miners, and their spirits are just dying to see you! But before the gold mines and cowboys, the Valley of the Sun was inhabited by the Hohokam tribe, who left behind extensive irrigation channels that are still used today to divert water to Southern Arizona. After the Hohokam, several other tribes moved into the region. At the time of European conquest, the Spanish claimed the area, but they settled further south, establishing a settlement that would later become Tucson. The history of modern-day Phoenix began during the Civil War when Union and Confederates both laid claim to the territory. After the war, mining towns were established in the area, and new settlers saw good potential for farming. The city was officially founded in 1881. Phoenix grew amidst the backdrop of the Wild West, with outlaws, gunslingers, cowboys, and Indigenous tribes battling it out with law enforcement officers and the federal government. Today, Phoenix is often touted as one of the best places to live in America, but the city has a much overlooked spooky side. The ghosts of the gold miners and outlaws still haunt this desert metropolis. People sleep on the ghosts of Arizona, but in reality, the haunts of the American Southwest rival classics like Salem or Savannah.

Check out the Rosson House, one of the oldest houses in Phoenix.
Consequently, it's one of the most haunted houses in the city. There's also the Hermosa Inn, haunted by the spirit of cowboy artist Lon Megargee. And don't miss out on the Hotel San Carlos! This hotel was doomed from the very beginning when a young woman committed suicide by jumping from the top floor. The deserts of Arizona hide some dark secrets, and they're waiting to be discovered! So book your Phoenix ghost tour today at and have a hauntingly great time!

Tour Location Meeting Location

Hotel San Carlos

Weather Weather

Ghost tours are held nightly, rain or shine.

Tour Duration Duration

1 hr. across 1 mile

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