Halloween is now just one week away, and we have the perfect way to get into the spirit. At more than 150 years old, The Neill-Cochran House Museum near the UT campus is ripe for ghostly experiences and by telling their stories, we can all hope they will make an appearance! Come learn about the haunted history of this beautiful place tonight.
This event will begin outdoors, and groups of no more than six will be admitted into the house at ten-minute intervals, and last for approximately an hour and 15 minutes. The first tour will begin at 5:20, and the last tour will begin at 9:00. So show up early to get your preferred time slot! Tour times will be based on a first-come first-serve basis. Purchase your tickets here. 
In addition to the staggered entries into the house, staff will be monitoring crowd size to ensure safe social distancing. All guests, performers, and staff are required to wear masks at all times while on our site. They will also have hand sanitizer stations at the entrance and exit to the house, as well as on museum grounds. There are also options to join virtually!
Austin Ghost Tours has been researching and investigating Austin’s haunted history for over 25 years. The tour guides are all published authors on our city’s history and the stories they tell are original, backed by research, and are often based on personal experience and first-hand accounts.


When: Saturday, October 24th

Time: 5–7 p.m.

The Neill-Cochran House Museum
2310 San Gabriel St.
Austin, TX 78705

In her previous life, Kristy was an uninspired realtor who was feeling a little bit bored with her day to day. So on January 1, 2010, she made a New Year’s resolution to write about one thing to do each day in her beloved city of Austin, Texas. And thus, 365 Things Austin was born.