Not your Grandma's B&B, the story of the Painted Lady is one that is shrouded in mystery. Originally constructed in 1881, the property has quite the colorful past. Many a knife fight and shootout are just some of the echoes of its sordid past. New Mexico’s most famous sons, Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett, are purported to have once been patrons of this former saloon and brothel. Tales of buried money, hidden rooms, and restless spirits are all waiting for you.
Tour guests will gain an insight into the mythos of this historic, fascinating, and haunted place (featured on Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures," "Hotel Paranormal," and A&E's "Psychic Kids").
Your tour guide will provide a walking tour of the grounds and rooms (based on availability). Tour guests will also enjoy a multimedia experience featuring historic photos, firsthand accounts of paranormal activity, and a complimentary beer in the Painted Lady's vintage Trolley Car Tap Room, the Ghost Light Saloon.