Hauntings & History Ghost Tour

Join Horsefly History Tours on a special haunted underground tour this Halloween. You’ll hear true ghost stories from the buildings and businesses on Main Avenue as you explore. Highlights of the tour include the saloon block, where the ghost of a murdered sheriff still lingeres, a sporting girl still wanders a building where her throat was slashed, and a little boy still plays and runs around the halls of an old hotel where he’s eternally waiting for his mom.

Hauntings and History: Durango Ghost Tour

True ghost stories from a Wild West railroad town.

Learn about the characters of early Durango who met their tragic fates downtown and still linger to make themselves known.

 Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Depot (479 Main Ave)

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Downtown Durango is saturated with paranormal activity. You don’t need to walk far to get your fill of ghost stories. Main Avenue was once home to a plethora of saloons, dance halls, brothels, and gambling halls. It was the stomping ground for outlaws, gamblers, prostitutes, miners, and railroad workers. Late night escapades, fueled by whiskey, led to many tragic events resulting in the ghosts that wander the streets today.

Our 90-minute Hauntings & History Ghost Tour will not disappoint. We will meet in front of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Train Depot (479 Main Ave) at dusk (May-August 8 pm; Sept-Oct 7:00 pm). At the end of the tour we will enter one of the best haunted locations that Downtown Durango has to offer! We are the only ghost tour that takes people INSIDE of a location! Be advised if you are claustrophobic. Wherever we tread on Main Avenue you will hear tales of apparitions who refuse to leave the places they inhabited in life. Because of the tight sidewalks downtown our tours do not exceed 15 people. Be prepared for loud streets and crowds. Downtown Durango can be pretty raucous at night. Your fully vaccinated guide will not be wearing a mask.

Adults (no kids under 10 unless pre-approved)$45.00 per ticket.

Post courtesy of HorseFlyHistory.com

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