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Haunted History Tour from Jerome, Arizona

Highlights
  • Explore one of the US’ largest ghost towns—Jerome—during this haunted history tour
  • A guide tells you spooky stories about Jerome’s past
  • Use an EMF (electromagnetic field) meter to try and track paranormal activity
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Haunted History Tour from Jerome, Arizona
From US$79.95
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10am DepartureMost Popular
Explore Jerome Arizona's haunted historic locations on a 2-hour half-walking and half-shuttle adventure. Your tour guide will lead the way through the historic areas and lost districts of Jerome.
US$79.95
12:30pm Departure
Explore Jerome Arizona's haunted historic locations on a 2-hour half-walking and half-shuttle adventure. Your tour guide will lead the way through the historic areas and lost districts of Jerome.
US$79.95
5:30pm Departure
Explore Jerome Arizona's haunted historic locations on a 2-hour half-walking and half-shuttle adventure. Your tour guide will lead the way through the historic areas and lost districts of Jerome.
US$79.95
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Overview
Exploring Jerome, one of the US’ largest ghost towns, is no easy task—there’s a lot of land to cover and some of it is very hilly. This haunted history tour of Jerome takes you around the old copper camp and town, as you listen to a guide’s creepy tales of haunted spots. Plus, you can even use real EMF equipment to try and track a spirit while you’re there.
What to Expect
Gather for this Jerome haunted history tour at the designated meeting spot. Once you get acquainted with your guide and group, set off through one of the oldest ghost towns in the US.

This combo tour includes some walking and ports on a shuttle. The Jerome area used to be a billion-dollar copper camp. Listen as your guide tells tales of haunted buildings, hidden tunnels, and the Jerome Madams.

This tour dives deep into the area’s history. It ends back at the original meeting spot.

Please note: A minimum of two people per booking is required.
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Reviewed May 4, 2018
Very interesting place

However, if you don't like heights (I do not) this whole town may freak you out. Jerome is on the side of a mountain, the road leading to it a little scary, then on the tour it just gets worse, on a one-lane dirt road....More

2  Thank Kelley J
Reviewed April 25, 2018 via mobile
Entertaining and educational

Taylor is a great tour guide. Be sure to ask for him! He had a ton of information about the history of Jerome and mining and did a good job linking that information to all the ghostly tales that make Jerome famous. Definitely worth the...More

Thank Larry D
Reviewed March 15, 2018 via mobile
Ghost Town Tour

I really enjoyed the historical portion on the Ghost Town Tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable. Could have done without the ghost tracking tools. Didn’t really get much out of that part of Tour. Any noise coming out of the instruments I am sure was...More

1  Thank Don H
Reviewed March 15, 2018
Overpriced

A nice overview of Jerome, but not worth the price. Suggestion to see more of downtown area, hotel, and certainly need to include more exposure to the mining area. Stopping at one head frame is not enough to give this town/tour justice. Very nice and...More

1  Thank James J
Reviewed March 9, 2018
Request Taylor the Tour Guide!

This tour was a lot of fun. We learned a great deal about the history of Jerome, including it's rather violent (and so haunted) history. Taylor has local roots, so he brought not just knowledge, but a passionate personal connection to his stories. He was...More

1  Thank brenstrillium
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