Ghost tours reveal the hidden history of your town, such as which famous town hall is actually a ghost. Dig up some secrets with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for the Granbury Ghosts and Legends walking tour for two (a $20 value)
- $19 for the Granbury Ghosts and Legends walking tour for four (a $40 value)
Knowledgeable guides dressed in Civil War garb lead groups through the historic town square and paranormal hot spots in search of supernatural activity and the ghosts of the Faceless Girl and Indian Joe. Tours meet at the Wagon Yard Courtyard next to the Nutt Hotel.
Granbury Ghosts and Legends Tour
In a feature showcasing Granbury Ghosts and Legends Tour, a My San Antonio writer mused, "Maybe the connection of the past to the present is stronger in old towns like Galveston and Granbury." Perhaps Granbury, which was founded in 1854, is a paranormal hot spot because it teems with unresolved murders and historic conflict. Legend has it that the infamous outlaw Jesse James died here, and that his final resting place is the grave of an unknown man.
The knowledgeable guides at Granbury Ghosts and Legends—mother-daughter team Coletta and Brandy—explore these centuries-old, supernatural conflicts with their historical tours. Dressed in Civil War period costume, they guide groups through the town square and presumably haunted buildings in pursuit of such celebrated local spirits as the Lady in Red, the Faceless Girl, and Indian Joe. The tour has been named one of the seven best ghost tours in the country by Frommer's.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Great tour, enjoyed the stories at each point around the square.”
“The tour was very good and has given me a better feel for Granbury...Tks”
“This is a walking tour so be sure to wear good walking shoes. Tour is very educational and interesting with great details about Granbury's history and it's "eternal"...”
“This is a walking tour so be sure to wear good walking shoes. Tour is very educational and interesting with great details about Granbury's history and it's "eternal" residents. My family and I really enjoyed it, but we definitely recommend waiting for the later tour when it's nice and dark if you really want to get the best effect from the tour. ”