History & Ghost Tours of Old Town, Albuquerque

History & Ghost Tours of Old Town, Albuquerque, are an incredibly popular attraction for anyone spending the night in the area.

"What a fun night of history and Ghost hunting in Old Town Albuquerque. This is a story-telling 90 minute walk around the main square of Old Town after dark. There was a lot going on, festive music playing in the town square park and all the people walking around. Great atmosphere. The Ghost Tour was all about the local history and the ghosts that inhabit the area that have been seen over the last 100 years or so. I actually caught an orb myself on my camera! They encourage you to take pictures while on the tour listening to the knowledgeable guide. It just happened to be a full moon the night we went 31 July 2015. Lots of fun! I highly recommend it!"

"Kids are welcome and there was a wheelchair person too with us and they did fine. Legends, folklore, ghost stories and history come to life as you depart on an intriguing excursion through 306 years of haunted history. Old Town is the birthplace of Albuquerque, founded in 1706, and for more than three centuries people have lived and died around the Old Town Plaza. The historic buildings and dark alleys conceal the long-forgotten secrets of battles, murders, hangings, and hidden cemeteries."

Kindly recommended by Patricia Jones, USA

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