The haunts of San Antonio await you! Join us on a ghost tour with US Ghost Adventures as we awaken the spirits of West Texas. We’ll head to the spookiest spots in San Antonio, searching for ghosts and digging into the hidden history of one of the most unique cities in America.
WHY IS THIS TOUR SO SPECIAL?
Our tours are lead by locals who know the ins and outs of San Antonio’s historical haunts. There’s no fluff on our ghost tours. Nobody is hiding behind a corner in a cheesy outfit waiting to scare you at every turn. We rely on the supernatural to keep you on your toes. Who knows? You might even see a real ghost with your own eyes! There’s no place in America like San Antonio, a city that’s flown six different flags in 200 years. Whether you’re a tourist or a local, book your San Antonio ghost tour today for an experience you won’t forget!
WHY IS SAN ANTONIO SO HAUNTED?
San Antonio is a one-of-a-kind town. With over two centuries of history, the city has seen wars, disease, and bloody massacres, leaving behind tons of restless spirits. Six different nations have flown their flag over San Antonio, creating a unique cultural melting pot that makes the city an exciting place to be. San Antonio de Bexar was established by Spanish missionaries who wanted to convert the local Payaya Indians to Catholicism. The Alamo was originally built as a mission and chapel for worship, and the Spanish conscripted the help of the local Indigenous tribes in their efforts to convert them to Christianity. After the Mexican Revolution, San Antonio became the capital of Texas and its largest city. Chaos tore through Mexico in the ensuing years, and Texas rebelled in an effort to secede and become an independent nation. San Antonio was a major flashpoint in the Texas Revolution, and the Texan Army and militia suffered a significant loss at the Battle of the Alamo. All of the Alamo defenders were massacred, leading to the phrase “Remember the Alamo,” becoming a rallying cry for Texan independence. America annexed Texas shortly afterward, leading to the bloody Mexican American War. Although the Americans won, San Antonio was devastated, with its population reduced by two-thirds. San Antonio has since bounced back, but the ghosts of those who died at the Alamo live on! Our ghost tours pass through some of the most iconic scenes in Texas, from the Emily Morgan Hotel to the haunts in Southtown, and of course, the Alamo! The ghosts in River City are thriving, and heck, you might run into the Chupacabra or La Llorona while on a tour! So don’t keep these rebel spirits waiting! Book your San Antonio ghost tour today at www.usghostadventures.com! Long live the Alamo!
Blue Star Ice House
Ghost tours are held nightly, rain or shine.
1 hr. across 1 mile
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