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Welcome To Fresno's #1 Rated Ghost Tour

The effects of violence, war, and gruesome murders cast a wicked shadow over Fresno’s scenic parks and sun-kissed gardens.

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Travel back in time with Fresno Ghosts to the city’s darkest moments and uncover the terrifying tales experienced by locals and the restless spirits that continue to stalk the streets of the Raisin Capital of the World.

Fresno Ghosts

All tours meet at Meux Home Museum, 1007 R St, Fresno, CA 93721
Tours last 1 hour across a 1-mile walking distance. Ask about the bonus extended tour to additional haunted locations!
Tours are held nightly
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Preview The Most Haunted Locations In Fresno

Welcome to Fresno Ghosts

Welcome to Fresno, a city marked by a history of real-life horrors, religious tension, tribal wars, and hardened criminals who hid under the city’s seemingly innocent look to perpetrate evil. 


Hotel for The Dead


Nested in California’s Central Valley, Fresno has a plethora of haunted hotspots to keep every thrill seeker on the edge. From historic buildings echoing with restless spirits to abandoned institutions and forgotten corners shrouded by the eerie and unexplained, almost everywhere you turn in this city tells a story of its tumultuous past and unearthly encounters from the ages past. 

One such building is the Santa Fe Hotel, a home away from home for immigrants and sheepherders looking for a safe place to call their own in the rugged landscapes of the American West. 

Uncover the grim tales of the nomadic Basque sheepmen and other travelers who are said to have lived and died at the Santa Fe Hotel. Today, their souls are said to remain, reliving their final moments night after night. What keeps the Basque sheepherders tied to this ghostly hotel? And how do they continue to spook employees into fleeing the hotel? Find out on a thrilling Fresno ghost tour with Fresno Ghosts.


What Will I See?


Visit Fresno’s Most Haunted Locations, Including:

  • Meux Home Museum – Built in Fresno by the Meux family, the Meux House Museum has had its fair share of tragedy, love, and intriguing ghostly encounters, making it a hotspot for curious visitors looking to uncover one of Fresno’s hidden secrets. Learn more about this historic building and the mischievous doll spirit that has continued to give curious visitors and thrill seekers the creep.


  • Memorial Auditorium – Forget its classic architectural design marvel and cultural significance; there’s more to the Fresno Memorial Auditorium than meets the eye. With over eight decades of eventful history covering everything from rock concerts to war rallies, you will hear the story of courageous veterans who continue to haunt this building, forever reliving the battles they fought for their country. 


  • Santa Fe Hotel – The first Basque immigrants may have come because of the California Gold Rush. But they chose to stay back, drawn by the fertile land and promising opportunities that eventually made Fresno the heart of Basque culture in America. Many years after they passed, these immigrants still roamed the halls of the building, which gave them hope in a strange land. You can hear their full story on our next tour.


Wandering Restless Souls


For a place with so much tragedy attached to it, you’d never have imagined the Pinedale Industrial Area could wear such a calm, innocent look today. But don’t be fooled by its new veneer. The haunting echoes of Camp Pinedale’s dark past still reverberate in the area where the camp once stood. 

Venture with Fresno Ghosts to the spot where humans were subjected to harsh and brutal treatments. Uncover the disturbing truths about the Vendo Company opening a Pandora’s box of restless spirits after it acquired and utilized the land where the internment camp once stood. 

With reports of ghostly apparitions and eerie, unexplained events by the company’s staff and local residents, curious visitors and ghost hunters looking for a unique thrill can enjoy a spook-filled adventure to this historic site. Could it be the restless spirits themselves desperately trying to tell their story of injustice? Hear their sorrowful stories on a spine-chilling Fresno ghost tour.


Spirits That Refuse to Be Forgotten


At a glance, the Fresno Memorial Auditorium may be a place of classic beauty and culture, but look closer, and you’ll find it to be a place where the echoes of war still faintly sound. The sounds double as a testament to the enduring spirit of those who fought for our freedom. 

Built in 1936, this architectural marvel has been a cultural hub for decades, hosting everything from Broadway shows to graduations. But what makes it stand out is its transformation into a hallowed ground for veterans, where their sacrifices are not just remembered but perhaps even whispered within its very walls. 

Could the legacy of these heroes live on in more ways than one? Join our Fresno ghost tour as we take you to the historic Fresno Memorial Auditorium, where you’ll hear about the brave veterans who fought for our freedom and learn about their spirits that frequent the building. Find out what one paranormal group captured during their investigation and why it spooked even the most tenured of ghost hunters.


Why is Fresno so Haunted?


School Spirits


High school is tough enough. Add in some hauntings, and you’ve just described the ghost-infested Roosevelt High School, which gives new meaning to the term “school spirit.” Fresno Ghosts introduces you to the tragic stories that made this place of academic pursuits one of the most haunted buildings in the city.

Prepare to lift the veil on the tragic incident in the Bell Tower, where a young student met an untimely end under mysterious circumstances, leaving behind a haunting presence that lingers to this day. The unsettling events that continued to haunt the East Hall Bathroom and Leslie Chambers also add another layer to Roosevelt High School’s creepy legacy, with students and staff reporting strange noises, unexplained apparitions, and chilling sensations. 

Are these eerie happenings just echoes of the past, or is there something more to these ghostly encounters? Join us on a Fresno ghost tour of this historic institution to explore the mysteries within its walls.


Scenic By Day, Scary By Night


Fresno raisins can make you a fortune, but they can also create a gateway to the spooky and unsettling. From wealthy businessmen raking in the dough from fresh produce to a grand lifestyle that crumbled after death, there’s nothing quite like the tales that unfold in the shadow of these luscious fruits. One such tale you’ll hear with Fresno Ghosts centers around the Kearney mansion – a symbol of Theo Kearney’s rise to riches through raisins. 

Built with a fancy French Renaissance vibe, the Kearney Mansion screams old-school grandeur straight out of Fresno’s history books. The building is a center of attraction for curious visitors and tourists looking to get a rare glimpse of the city’s agricultural beginnings through the life of one of its earliest beneficiaries, who has continued to make his presence felt from beyond. 

But the most terrifying ghost haunting the Kearney Mansion isn’t any of the original residents from its early days. Hear the heart-pounding details of the spectral figure with a menacing grimace that skulks around the train tracks. Could it be a lost ghost wandering the grounds? Or a vengeful spirit seeking justice? Book a ghost tour with Fresno Ghosts to find out. 


What’s so Special About the Fresno Ghosts Tour?


See A Different Side of the City Where Creepy Crawlies Abound


Suppose you’re looking for good old haunted fun in and around Fresno County. In that case, the 1921 Woodward Memorial Fountain has enough restless spirits and unresolved mysteries to give you a hauntingly good time. 

Initially haunted by the love-struck ghosts of a renowned banker and his wife, the Woodward Memorial Fountain transformed from a romantic landmark into a scary sideshow after being moved from its original spot. Uncover the documented accounts of shadowy figures spooking unsuspecting locals that venture near the phantom at night. Tonight, you might become one of them.


A Once in a Lifetime Opportunity to Discover Fresno’s Infamous Haunted Doll


Whether you’re a local resident looking to uncover hidden secrets about Fresno or an out-of-towner seeking a truly unforgettable experience, take advantage of this unique opportunity to explore the city’s haunted past on a walking tour to the Meux Home Museum.

Here, Fresno Ghosts will introduce you to the Meux family history and the infamous doll said to be linked to the restless spirit that continues to haunt this grand Victorian mansion. Could it be the soul of Anne Meux, still watching over her cherished childhood home? Book a Fresno ghost tour tonight to find out for yourself.


Be a Part of a Growing Ghostly Community


From pottery and painting classes to exploring historic architecture and scenic hikes, there are a lot of fun activities you can enjoy here in Fresno. But for those who crave thrills away from the usual tourist traps, the city has a lot more to offer!

Book a ghost tour with Fresno Ghosts and join us on our next journey through its haunted streets to learn more about the restless spirits and tormented souls that are permanent residents. You’ll discover that you aren’t the only one excited to step into the city’s eerie shadows and learn more about the ghosts who have once lived, loved, and died here.

* This is a walking tour and we do not enter privately-owned buildings or private property *



1) You’ve Explored the City and Want to Experience Its Haunted Legacy 


For regular tourists who want to soak up the sun and have fun outdoors, Fresno’s historical museums and scenic parks offer a delightful blend of culture and nature that will make for an unforgettable experience. But for those who’ve been there and done that, there’s a lot of hidden haunted history waiting to be uncovered if you are brave enough to step into the city’s eerie shadows. Book a tour with Fresno Ghosts to add a thrilling twist to your next tour around the streets of Fresno and unearth the hidden stories of the city’s haunted history.


2) You Want to Impress Your Date (or Scare Them Silly)


Suppose you want to impress your date (or maybe even scare them a little!). In that case, Fresno’s haunted tours offer a unique and unforgettable experience guaranteed to spark lively conversation long after the tour ends. With our professional tour guides leading the way and sharing the untold stories of the city’s most haunted spots, you and your significant other get to create a unique sense of intimacy and uncover the chilling legends and tragic events that have left their mark on these haunted locations. 


3) You’re a Passionate History Buff With a Keen Interest in Fresno’s Dark Past 


From its early days as a hub for agriculture to its role in the California Gold Rush, the city of Fresno has an enviable historical pedigree that spans pivotal moments in American expansion and industry. But beneath the unassuming surface lies a hidden layer, a past shrouded in evil and senseless violence that will intrigue history lovers looking to explore the city’s dark underbelly. Book a tour with Fresno Ghosts for an adventure into the hidden, haunted side of the city and experience a side of the city that can only be seen when the sun goes down. 


4) You’re Skeptical About Things that Go Bump in the Night


Yes, it’s okay to be a skeptic. After all, Fresno is known for sunshine, raisins, and a vibrant art scene – not exactly the ingredients for a ghost story. But with a guided ghost tour through the darkest and eeriest parts of the city, even the most dogmatic skeptic will have their beliefs put to the test. Forget the sunny landscapes and delicious raisins; when the moonlight casts eerie shadows, and the wind whispers ghostly secrets, this seemingly innocent city might quickly become a haunting playground where you might find yourself questioning everything you thought you knew.


5) You’re Tired of Ghost Hunting Shows and Want to Experience the Real Deal


Yes, we know, you’ve seen enough ghost-hunting shows to fill a haunted mansion. But what if you could step beyond the screen and experience the untold stories and hidden secrets that lurk in the shadows firsthand? If you crave a genuine ghostly experience away from scripted TV shows that are often more Hollywood hype than actual haunting, book a tour with Fresno Ghosts to experience the real chills of a haunted location and immerse yourself in the city’s dark and mysterious past.

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