Every town has its ghost stories, but Flagstaff may have more than its fair share. Sites in downtown Flagstaff can be visited by foot in an afternoon on a self-guided tour, or you can have a knowledgeable tour guide from the Pioneer Museum escort you through Flagstaff's historical haunted tales.
Guided Tour: Historic Haunted Tours, Downtown Flagstaff. An informative guided tour of the ghost stories of downtown Flagstaff. Meet at the Flagstaff Visitor Center. 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
(Tours daily throughout October).
928-774-6272 · Pioneer Museum
Self Guided Tour: Please stop by the Visitor Center to pick up a Haunted brochure, or download a printable pdf and take a self guided tour at your leisure. With this brochure and map, and perhaps a few stories from the current occupants on the Haunted Places route you can learn about the Balcony Specter at the Orpheum, the Old Man in the Basement at Theatrikos or the Phantom Bellboy at Hotel Monte Vista.
Tour information and brochures can be found at:
Flagstaff Visitor Center
One East Route 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, USA
Located in the historic downtown train station.
Open daily 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
1. 1926 Railroad Station
1 E. Route 66
2. Flagstaff Public Library
300 W. Aspen Avenue
3. Milligan House
323 W Aspen Avenue
4. Doris Harper-White Playhouse
11 W Cherry
5. Orpheum Theater
15 W Aspen Avenue
6. Weatherford Hotel
23 N Leroux Street
7. Monte Vista Hotel
100 N San Francisco Street