There’s no better time than the fall season to explore the spooky and adventurous side of San Antonio. The Alamo City has an impressive culinary scenea lively nightlife scene, and a vibrant and diverse population. In San Antonio, you can explore Texas’s storied past while embracing the city’s rich confluence of cultures.

This Autumn, go on a one-in-a-lifetime experience that merges the chill of ghost tours with the fun of a good brewery tour. We’ve listed all the best ghost tours, beer tours and then offered a few that combine the excitement of both.

Now it’s time to explore the city’s eerie history, sample the local brews, and make some great new memories.



Bad Wolf Ghost Tours
Where: 507 E Houston St
Suite 101
San Antonio, TX 78205

For another supernatural adventure where you get to learn about San Antonio’s ghostly past, there is Bad Wolf Ghost Tours. There are multiple ghost tours, including the San Antonio Ghost Walk, considered the most paranormally active ghost tour, the Haunted Dinner Tour, where you can enjoy a 3-course meal in the breathtaking Emily Morgan Hotel, and many other haunted tours. Afterward, you can visit the mystical tour and reading room which offers herbs, charms, strange oddities, and readings for purchase.

Sisters Grimm Ghost Tours


Sisters Grimm Ghost Tours
Where: 204 Alamo Plaza, Suite #T
San Antonio, TX 78205

For a night of spine-chilling history and tales, book a spot on one of the Sisters Grimm Ghost Tours. You will hear sordid stories of San Antonio ghosts as you stroll around haunted spots like local haunted cemeteries. You will also end up at the  Historic Menger Hotel, largely considered the most haunted hotel in Texas. This tour will surely entice you with historical hauntings and other spooky tales from San Antonio’s dark past.

Longhorn head lit with red lighting

Texas Ghost Tour
Where: Throughout the Alamo Plaza and beyond
San Antonio, TX 78205

If you want to get up close and personal with San Antonio’s lovely spirits, then try the Texas Ghost Tour. This walking tour will take you into the beating heart of the Alamo City, including the Alamo, Menger Hotel, and other haunted historical locations. This tour is also family, LGBTQ, and minority-owned, so you will be sure it will be as inclusive as it is chilling.



Devils River 1

Devils River Whiskey
Where: 401 E Houston St
San Antonio, TX 78205

When you are ready to go on a brewery tour that is a little less spooky, try Devils River Whiskey. Located in the center of downtown San Antonio, Devils River Whiskey offers tours, tastings, and the option to purchase bottles of their multiple-award-winning whiskey. Nestled in the old Burns Building, a registered San Antonio historic spot, you can book a tour, have a brew, or book a private event.

Bar top with portaits hung behind counter

Maverick Whiskey
115 Broadway St
San Antonio, TX 78205

Maverick Whiskey invites you to sip on history! Named for the historical Sam Maverick, whose history is tied to San Antonio and the Alamo, expect the best in their onsite-distilled crafted spirits, and storied history. Learn more about Sam Maverick and the distillery with a Sam’s Tour. Held Thursdays through Saturdays, no reservations are needed but there is a two-person minimum. Private and VIP tours are available via reservation.



Tables and chairs in lounge area of AC Marriott

AC Hotel San Antonio

After checking out the city’s haunted attractions and sampling the local craft brew scene, you will need a place to check out for the day. Hotel options in San Antonio are plentiful, so you will have plenty of options that will meet your need and budget.

From five-star hotels in the downtown area to quaint bed and breakfasts in San Antonio districts, and everything in between.

Check out the best San Antonio accommodations.


Clubgoers dancing inside nightclub

1902 Nightclub

You are bound to have a ghoulishly good time in San Antonio this fall scene, from exciting events to unique attractions, San Antonio is a city that is just waiting to be explored. Start planning your trip today!