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What You'll Get
A ghost tour acquaints you with the ghosts around you, helping you avoid embarrassment when your ancestors visit and ask to be introduced. Acquaint yourself with area phantasms with today’s Groupon: for $9, you get an adult ticket (up to an $18 value) to the Ghosts & Legends of San Antonio ghost tour. Departing at 9 p.m. nightly and covering nearly a mile, the guided tour offers a glimpse of San Antonio's history and the scary tales that dominate its past. During the 90-minute excursion, which features various downtown stops and concludes at the Alamo, guests can expect to hear legends of the vengeful Donkey Lady, the howling La Llorona, or the Indecisive Revenant, who can't decide where to retire. Children under 10 are admitted free of charge—while sometimes unsettling, the tour isn't expected to be any scarier to kids than the smell of lima beans in the morning.
Ghosts & Legends of San Antonio has been featured on USA Today's travel section:
- …Enjoy the nighttime tour that highlights the folklore of San Antonio… A longtime student of folk stories, [tourguide Randy Felts] likes to emphasize history, culture and drama rather than ghost hunting. – Barbara Dunlap, USA Today
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About Silverghost Tours
History books chronicle the happenings of politicians and leaders, but a folklorist shares the stories and lives of the regular people who made a community what it is. During his new History & Heroes of San Antonio tour, guide Randy Felts introduces guests to an eclectic cast of characters, from the Alamo's David Crockett to residents of the 300-year-old village of La Villita. As tours progress along the roughly mile-long path, his words weave together true facts and tall tales, cluing visitors into the fanciful history that has come to define South Texas.