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El Paso: Sun City Ghost Walking Tour

1. El Paso: Sun City Ghost Walking Tour

Join US Ghost Adventures for a bone-chilling, haunted tour of old town El Paso. You’ll learn about the ghostly secrets of the city’s past while stopping off at its spookiest sights. Feel the chill of ghost stories, civil war spirits, and unsolved mysteries as your guide leads you through five creepy locations. Start your tour at San Jacinto Plaza, where the ghost of Billy the Kid has been spotted galloping westward. From there, investigate the mysterious De Soto Hotel fire, uncover the haunting origin tales of the El Paso Public Library, and hear chilling tales at the Plaza Theater, amongst much more. You'll finish the trip with a spooky story at the Hotel Paso Del Norte. Tales of murder, mystery, and satanic rituals await you on this tell-all tour. It combines hours of historical research with authentic, local ghost stories passed down for generations, and is suitable for children and families.

El Paso & Juarez Downtown Historic Walking Tour

2. El Paso & Juarez Downtown Historic Walking Tour

This tour will start at the border of the United States and Mexico where you will meet your friendly guide. Head into El Paso and Juarez (Juarez Avenue) and be shown some of the most interesting hot spots including restaurants, cabarets, and cantinas. With your guide, discover how this part of the world has modernised over time to become the cultural hub that it is.  Your tour will continue as you walk down Downtown Juarez and see iconic landmarks such as the San Luis Exchange House, the Museum of Revolution, Old Mayors office, the Cathedral, Benito Juarez Monument, Old Post Office Building, Plaza de Toros Bullring, Mission de Guadalupe and shop around downtown and visit the Markets.

El Paso: Downtown Historic Walking Tour

3. El Paso: Downtown Historic Walking Tour

Explore El Paso on this walking tour and discover the history behind the biggest border cities in the world. Among other highlights, admire the ongoing renovations of the Downtown area of the city. Your tour begins from the Paso del Norte Autograph Hotel in Downtown El Paso. All of your tour's activities are based around this area, including museums, historic buildings, and the ballpark. Continue to the Museums of History, Art, and Holocaust. Following that, see the newly renovated Plaza Hotel, which was the first Hilton built in the world. Finally, visit El Paso Street, which is brimming with stores. Whilst there, learn how this important street is also the gateway to Juarez, Mexico, and visit The Old Missions.

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José was a great tour guide. You can tell he has many, many years of customer service experience (having owned some retail stores, worked to develop and promote El Paso and Juaréz, and been a tour guide for over a decade). He's knowledgeable (history, culture, economy, politics), passionate, calm, and accommodating. José caters the tour to his guests (e.g., how much you want to drive vs. walk, be in MX vs. TX, desired points of interest to visit). We stayed in Juaréz for the majority of the tour, because we were more interested in being on the Mexico side. Would definitely recommend José as a consummate professional to anyone in El Paso who is looking for an entertaining and/or educational tour; it was one of our favorite activities of our trip.

Jose took us to and around Juarez. This was a great experience — Jose is very knowledgeable about Juarez. Moreover, he has many connections there, and a long history of community involvement. He understands and can clearly explain how Juarez has changed and why. The tour was half driving and half walking. The Mision and Cathedral were interesting. The museum of the revolution also. And the many marketplaces. And the border wall. We went to a great restaurant (Viva Mexico). Highly recommended!! PS if you have Global Entry it makes returning a snap.

This tour was excellent. Jose took the time to make the tour what we wanted. He gave a good background and history of the city. He took us to some great eating spots. I recommend for anyone interested in history.