Hauntings Walking Tour
See why Savannah is viewed by some as America's most haunted city with this riveting evening walking tour, through some of the most haunted buildings in the area while hearing some of the gritty tales of the city's past.
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Appropriate for All Ages
Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
Group Prices Available
- Ages 19 and Up: $16.00
- Ages 13-18: $10.00
- Ages 6-12: $8.00
- Ages 0-5: $0.00
This 90-minute tour will cover nearly a mile of haunted sites. You'll visit three reportedly haunted buildings, as well as a local graveyard that has been connected to pre-Civil War occult activity. Your experienced guide will take you on an enthralling journey through some of the most terrifying accounts in Savannah's past. You will head out to the legendary locations at 9:00 p.m. at Wright Square. The accounts that you will hear on this tour are based on a gathering of reliable sources, including verifiable eyewitness accounts.
On your ghostly excursion, you will be taken past the Kehoe House, where staff and tenants alike have reported numerous paranormal encounters on the building's second floor. After the famed bed and breakfast, you will visit other haunted locations, including the Hampton-Lillibridge house and the Owens-Thomas house. The Hampton-Lillibridge house has been reported as the scene of several unexplainable events culminating in an authentic exorcism, while the Owens-Thomas house is home to a number of unnatural presences. When you make the trip to the Colonial Park Cemetery, you will feel the eerie atmosphere, where practioners of voodoo once conducted their work. Finally, a visit to the 17Hundred90 Restaurant will give you the opportunity to hear the tale of the restaurant's resident specter, Anna, and see pictures of the supposed apparition.
This haunted tour is sure to bring chills to your spine and goose bumps to your arm. So grab a lantern and walk the streets after sundown. Be sure you bring your camera, you never know what — or who — you might see!