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Ghost Bus Tour

by Authentic Fort Worth Sights and Scenes
per traveller Price is CA $33
Duration: 1h 30m Free cancellation available No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

Highlights

  • A tour to the grim & mysterious sights around Fort Worth

  • Stories of famous outlaws & spirits on board the “ghost bus”

  • The last home of famous abductee Cynthia Ann Parker

  • Location of JFK's final address before his assassination

  • Facts about a different side of Fort Worth from your guides

Highlights

  • A tour to the grim & mysterious sights around Fort Worth

  • Stories of famous outlaws & spirits on board the “ghost bus”

  • The last home of famous abductee Cynthia Ann Parker

  • Location of JFK's final address before his assassination

  • Facts about a different side of Fort Worth from your guides

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7:00 PM, Tour in English

Duration 1h 30m

Live Commentary in English.

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Total price is CA $32.94, taxes included

No booking or credit card fees

9:00 PM, Tour in English

Duration 1h 30m

This tour departs from Acre Distilling and Coffee Company at 1309 Calhoun. Parking behind the building is free for our guests.

Fort Worth has been home to outlaws, cattle drives, oil barons and Ghosts! Come with us as we visit the Parker Cabin where Cynthia Ann Parker, mother of Quanah Parker, was sent when she was “saved” from the Comanche and the spot where John F. Kennedy spent his last night before the fateful trip to Dallas. We will visit the haunts of 30 ghosts in 20 locations. The one and a half hour tour covers the “red brick streets” areas of Fort Worth.

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Total price is CA $32.94, taxes included

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Ghost Bus Tour

Activity Location

Fort Worth

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Acre Distilling

    1309 Calhoun Street

    Fort Worth 76102

  • Saturdays in December ONLY Downtown Sheraton

    1701 Commerce Street

    Fort Worth 76102


Description

As an icon of the frontier, Fort Worth had its share of outlaws, cattle drives, oil barons, and ghastly tales in its early years, from which ghosts still linger today. Take a trip through the city as the daylight fades for an evening filled with restless spirits and stories of woe.

Once you meet up with your guide and the rest of your group, relax with your group at the Grand Cru before you board the ghost bus for a journey through the town's grim history. Visit the final home of Cynthia Ann Parker, abducted and raised by Comanche raiders before being captured again by Texas Rangers, and then see the spot where John F. Kennedy gave his last address before his fateful trip to Dallas.

Your guide shows you to the haunts of mysterious figures and well-known ghosts alike to give you a sense of the restless spirits who loom behind the everyday life of the city. Finish up with a new sense of the mystery, madness, and mayhem on which Fort Worth was built.


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Fort Worth

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Exclusions

  • Food and drinks


Know Before You Book

  • Maximum group size is 10 people.

  • This activity is not wheelchair accessible.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.


Ghost Bus Tour ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews

3.8 out of 5

3/5 May 11, 2019

It really wasn't what we expected, but we did enjoy the tour of the City of Fort Worth. It did give us history of the City of Fort Worth we would have not known otherwise. The ghost stories were interesting, but we thought that there would be more (like going into the houses) etc. Otherwise, it was definitely unique. Kathy

1/5 Apr. 22, 2019

The guide spoke so fast and kept pacing back and forth in a small area of the lurching bus that it was very hard to understand what he was saying.Thoroughly boring tour. Was the opinion of all on bus as no one tipped him. Very quiet unhappy group; don’t waste your money-go to the rodeo instead!

Rosemary N

United States