Waco Haunts and Legends Ghost Tour

You will explore Waco Hippodrome Theatre, Cameron Park and Waco

Join your guide on a frightening tour of Waco, where you’ll be driven to visit the city’s most famous haunts and hear the history behind them. 

Since the city’s inception in 1849, various events have become legendary, including the tornado of 1953, the Red Light District, and Historic Cameron Park. 

You’ll learn about numerous ghosts and tales, and you could even encounter some of them yourself! 

What to expect at the Ghost Tour?

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Highlights of the Waco Ghost Tour

  • This excursion piques everyone’s interest. 
  • Learn about Waco’s ghosts and stories. 
  • Suitable for sceptics, believers, or anybody in the middle. 
  • You can visit some of the haunted locations. 
  • Feel your guide try with energy and spirit communication.

Waco Ghost Tour schedule

The tour’s starting times are 6 PM and 8 PM.

This ghost tour led by a local historian allows you to explore the paranormal side of Waco.

Where does the Waco Ghost Tour start?

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The departure and return points are the same as below:

Pivovar Hotel

320 S 8th St, Waco, TX 76701, USA

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Meet in the Pivovar Hotel Bakery (entrance off of Jackson Ave). 

The Bakery is across the street from the Magnolia Silos and Market. 

Street parking/lots are available close by. 

Be there 10-15 minutes before the tour leaves. 

Show your Brazos Tours digital ticket for a 10% discount at the bakery.

The Ghost Tour tickets

Purchasing tickets online can save money and avoid last-minute disappointment.

Ticket Price

Adult ticket Ghost Tour(13+ years): US$30.72

Children under the age group of 13 are not allowed on this trip.

How long does the Ghost Tour take?

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The total duration of the tour is 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Brazos Tours is thrilled to present Waco’s ONLY mobile haunting tour. 

We begin in Downtown Waco and go to locations touched by the catastrophic tornado of 1953, Waco’s legal red light district that operated until the 1920s, and finally Historic Cameron Park. 

Is the Waco Ghost Tour worth it?

The Waco Ghost tour is totally worth it!

Your tour guide will lead conversation sessions utilising energy-responsive devices, and you will be given the option to try communicating yourself if you choose. 

This tour will be informative, entertaining, and, of course, very, very terrifying, whether you are a believer, a sceptic, or somewhere in between.

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