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Welcome to San Antonio's #1 Rated Haunted Pub Crawl

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Raise a glass to the Alamo City as you walk in the footsteps of those who fought for the Lone Star State. Join River City Ghosts Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl for a tipsy terrifying trip through a tumultuous history that replays nightly for those brave and boozy enough to experience it. Leave the kids at home and take a haunted tour that those only 21 and up can appreciate.


Discover San Antonio's Most Haunted Places:

The Crockett Tavern

Downtown San Antonio is full of locations and monuments dedicated to the fallen heroes of the Alamo. The Crockett Tavern pays homage to the “King of the Wild Frontier” and sits on the battlefield of the Mexican-American War. It’s also where Davey Crockett took his last breath. Sip on a Crockett Smash while you hear the horrid details of his final days and who joins him in pacing in the afterlife at the tavern.

The Emily Morgan

This timeless relic was once the best medical facility west of the Mississippi. Designed to mimic the Flatiron Building in New York City, the Emily Morgan is one of the city’s most popular hotels and the most haunted. Over the years, the building has seen its fair share of death, creating some of the most terrifying hauntings in the city. Drink a little liquid courage and prepare to uncover the most haunted room in the hotel and the disturbing events that make it a hotspot for paranormal investigators.

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The Esquire Tavern

Venture to the oldest bar on the San Antonio Riverwalk. It opened one day after prohibition ended and is still serving up good times with its signature drink, Cowboy Tears. This particular bar is filled with legends of gun fights, illegal gambling, and ghosts! Experience the chills from their popular cocktail and the terrifying tales of the disembodied voice known to call out people’s names.

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Emily Graves

Rowdy was amazing! Very knowledgeable and will personalize the tour to your interests. I highly recommend for anyone wanting to learn some s ... Read More

09 Apr 2024

Jessica Smedes

Great guide, fun and informative!

19 Mar 2024

Steven P

Mackenzie did a great job leading us through the city and describing the events that happened at the locations.

13 Feb 2024

Treness Shrewsbury

MacKenzie was very knowledgeable about the history of the buildings and the ghosts that haunt them. Would highly recommend her tour!

30 Jan 2024


Welcome to
San Antonio's #1 Rated Haunted Pub Crawl

Welcome to
San Antonio's #1 Rated Haunted Pub Crawl

San Antonio is rich in culture, history, and undeniable hauntings. It’s also home to a nightlife that only a place like the Alamo City can offer. Combine downtown San Antonio’s party atmosphere with the remnants of a dark and primitive past, and you have a haunted pub crawl that’ll introduce you to the city’s best drinks and scariest haunts. 


The Riverwalk Boat Tours are a great way to explore downtown with the kids. Our River City Ghosts Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl is for the adults. From the Majestic Theater to the Haunt Bar, this boozy stroll takes you to some of the spookiest locations where spirits of the Battle at The Alamo still roam and where you just might meet them through a hazy gaze.


Why Choose San Antonio Ghosts Haunted Pub Crawl


In San Antonio, there are plenty of events and activities for the kids. But everyone needs a break, and this tour is designed to help you cut loose with a racy mix of spirits and Spirits. Here are a few more reasons to book your adults-only haunted pub crawl with River City Ghosts tonight!


  • You’re a history buff and want to learn more about the Alamo and the heroes left behind
  • You want a fun way to walk off all of the delicious Mexican cuisine
  • You want to unwind after a day at Fiesta Texas
  • You want to make the most of your trip to the Alamo City
  • You want to do something that’s just for grown-ups!
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