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Embark on a spooky ghost hunt in Goodsprings, Nevada, a mining town about 25 miles (40 km) from Las Vegas that has been featured on the Travel Channel's TV show 'Ghost Adventures.' Enjoy dinner at the saloon before your evening of ghost-hunting. Wander through abandoned buildings and stop at the local cemetery, listening to your guide tell chilling tales of local spirits. Visit the century-old Pioneer Saloon and Gallery, which legends say is haunted by the ghosts of a gun shot victim and an old miner.
Explore Goodsprings, Nevada with a guide
Hear tales of Goodsprings’ spooky sightings and resident ghosts
Specialty ghost hunting equipment is provided
Hassle-free transportation to and from Las Vegas
What to Expect
Your tour starts with pickup at the Tuscany Suites and Casino in Las Vegas and a 35-minute drive to the historic mining town of Goodsprings, Nevada. On the drive, hear stories of Nevada’s famous ghosts and watch a short documentary film.
On arrival in Goodsprings, dine at the Pioneer Saloon and then accompany your guide on a ghost hunting adventure through Goodsprings’ haunted streets, abandoned buildings, and cemetery. You’ll be provided with specialty ghost hunting equipment—EMF meters, temperature guns, and dowsing rods—so you can sense when spirits are near.
Next head back inside the Pioneer Saloon to do some investigating of your own. Learn about the saloon’s haunted history, the gambling shoot-outs that took place, and the disasters that plagued the town, including the tragic plane crash that killed Clark Gable’s wife, Carol Lombard, on nearby Potosi Mountain.
After a spine-chilling evening with Goodsprings’ resident ghosts, hop back in the coach and end your tour at the Tuscany Suites and Casino in Las Vegas.
Tuscany Suites & Casinos, 255 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89169, USA
Returns to original departure point
Entry/Admission - Pioneer Saloon
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Minimum age is 18 years
Due to uneven terrains, closed-toe shoes are required
Due to desert climates, layers are strongly recommended
Not wheelchair accessible
Service animals allowed
Near public transportation
Most travelers can participate
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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Excellent over all ! Ryan was our guy taking us through the Pioneer Saloon and the old remnants of the town of Goodsprings. His knowledge of the hauntings & history of Las Vegas is awesome. He walked us through the history of one of America's...More
My mum and I went on this trip because we’ve both been interested in the history and the supernatural, so this was the best of both worlds. It was just us on the tour, which made it even better.
One of the Goodsprings regulars, Jeff,...More
My Son and I did the GoodSprings ghost tour & we loved it. When we arrived and realised we were the only 2 on that nights tour it made it even better. Our tour guides were both fantastic. We got to enjoy stories from Dave...More
My family and I have been on several ghost investigation tours and several ghost history tours. This one is billed as investigation but it's really history. We were given a few investigation tools, like dousing rods and EMF detectors, but it's hard to use these...More
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It’s actually lot of fun, but if your kids get spooked easily, I wouldn’t. Nothing jumps out at you, but it is all about ghosts, how they died and spooky stories. They really get into paranormal activity, talking to... More
It’s actually lot of fun, but if your kids get spooked easily, I wouldn’t. Nothing jumps out at you, but it is all about ghosts, how they died and spooky stories. They really get into paranormal activity, talking to ghosts and making it all very real. Would I bring my 8 and 11 year old? Yes, but only because they’ve been watching all those ghost/paranormal shows on TV already so would be okay with it.