Tours of Old Town Albuquerque

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Tours of Old Town
303 Romero St. NW
Plaza Don Luis - N120
Tel: 505 246-8687


Directions to Old Town:
Take I-40 to Rio Grande Blvd.
Turn SOUTH on Rio Grande Blvd.
Look for signs directing you to the Historic Old Town Plaza. Take a soft left on to Romero Street at the intersection of Rio Grande, Mountain Road and Romero Street NW (look for the statue of a man on a horse).
We are located in Plaza Don Luis at 303 Romero Street NW - Space # N-120. Our Ticket Window is near the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, the Visitor Information Center and the public restrooms.
Free and paid on street parking is available in Old Town.

Where are we going today?

Step back in time with the fascinating tours through the historic Old Town Albuquerque with the aptly named Tours of the Old Town! The whole family can immerse themselves in the history, lore and legends with your professional tour guides!

There are a number of tours that you can pick from, so you can make sure that you get only the best for your kids!

The history tours are a great way to REALLY learn about the "Duke City". You will make your way through an exciting 75 minute to 2 hour leisurely walking tour through alleys and streets of one of the OLDEST towns in the entire North America! Amazing!

Kids can hear all about how the city and people have changed over the years - from when the American Indian tribes inhabited the land, to when it was founded in 1706. There are public history tours daily at 12pm from March to October, so there are plenty of opportunities for you! 

Of course, the most popular Tour of the Old Town is the SPOOKY Ghost Tour! This 90 minute guided tour will take the family on a lantern-lit adventure. Maybe some of the older residents of the city will stop by to say hello! From the wandering apparitions, Civil War phantoms, and over a dozen other ghosts that still roam the streets - what do you think their stories are?

You will even hear real stories about apparitions that just seem to vanish, to disembodied voices heard in empty buildings!


For those who live in this amazing city of Albuquerque, and those who are just visiting, Tours of the Old Town will be just as interesting for everyone! 

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsTours $20.
  • ChildrenTours $10 (ages 6 - 12)
  • Free Under: 5 years

When can we go?

12pm history yours and 8pm ghost tours

History tours daily March to October.

Teachers corner

They have fun and unique educational tours for those K through 12, so call ahead for your group tour! .

Any Top Tips?

Still photography is allowed but not filming. .

Doing our bit

They are all about giving an educational and historically accurate tour, as well as making it entertaining ..

Need a little extra help?

With the tours being wheelchair accessible, the whole family can take part! .

Baby Facilities

The tours are very accessible for strollers so bring the family! .

Can I get one of those?

Take home one of the fun souviners, from buttons, magnets, and post cards! (It's better than one of the residents coming home with you!).

More information

There are moonlight tours also available! .

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    Very help full Tours of Old Town.

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    10% history, 15% watching/listening to recordings of noises and television shows on DVD, 75% standing around listening to stupid campfire-type stories of encounters and old crimes. Spend your hard-earned money elsewhere.

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    This was our first ghost tour, and we enjoyed it so much we've been on two other tours in separate cities since. While our Albuquerque tour was a bit more expensive than the others, it was definitely the best. Our guide was a talented storyteller, and did something that I haven't seen in other tours: let us sit down occasionally. Definitely worth your time and money if you make the trip to Albuquerque.

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