Freaky Foot Tours - Flagstaff's Premier Haunted Walking Tour
True-crime tales of murder, suicide, arson and rivalry await you…
Our Freaky Foot Tours in Flagstaff
Downtown Flagstaff Haunted History Tour
Flagstaff Haunted Tour
Flagstaff’s history is inextricably tied to the westward expansion of the railroad in the 1880s. But along with the opportunities came the growing pains —fires, accidents, prostitution and rivalries…
Children's Downtown Haunted History Tour
Children's Haunted History Tour
Flagstaff was a rootin’ tootin’ cowboy town. Some say the ghosts have never left. We encourage children to dress up for this fun and spooky experience! The children’s tour is geared towards ages 5-12, but all are welcome.
Freaky Foot Tours Gift Card
Freaky Foot Tours Gift Card
Gift the horrifically great time of a Freaky Foot Tour to friends or family. Or yourself, if you dare!
About Freaky Foot Tours
Join the premier walking tour of historic downtown Flagstaff, where we’ll hit up all the haunts worth hanging out in! Freaky Foot Tours of Flagstaff is locally owned and has operated foot tours in Northern Arizona since 2015. We offer haunted tour adventures leading small groups to tours for entire bus loads seven months a year! Our freaky guides are home-grown performers who are looking forward to walking you through the darker side of Flagstaff’s history and streets.
Join the premier walking tour of historic downtown Flagstaff, where we’ll hit up all the haunts worth hanging out in! Freaky Foot Tours of Flagstaff is locally owned and has operated foot tours in Northern Arizona since 2015. We’ve grown from offering haunted tours strictly for seasonal Halloween adventures leading small groups to offering several tours a week, seven months of the year for entire bus loads! Our freaky guides are home-grown performers who love to get their freak flag flying–and they’re looking forward to walking you through the darker side of Flagstaff’s history and streets.
The Flagstaff, AZ Story
Once upon a time in the mid-1800s Flagstaff was home to a few sheep herders and ranchers who settled the land under the Homestead Act. That all changed when the railroad came through around 1892 and the tiny settlement at the base of the San Francisco Peaks sprouted saloons and gambling halls (and a few merchandising stores) almost overnight. The town avoided the fate of many a railroad boom town because of the foresight of businessmen like E.E. Ayer, who opened the town’s saw mill just weeks after the first train ran through. The saw mill provided steady employment for men and their families and where there are families, churches, schools and mercantile ventures sprang up. Not that the saloons and bars disappeared! The vices of the West remained and many a colorful character was known to wander the town, looking for a gun fight or a game of poker to pass his time.
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Contact Freaky Foot Tours of Flagstaff
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Our team is always ready and on hand to answer any questions you may have about our foot tours, Flagstaff, tour guides or anything else you can think of.Cheers!