Thanks to Savannah's bloody Civil War history, it is known as one of the most haunted cities in the world. The ghost trolley tour will be filled with scary stories and haunted fun. The tour begins with a trolley ride through the historic district. During this time, the guide will point out many of the homes that are believed to be haunted. The Pirates' House is the last stop. Not only will you hear tales about sailors you have disappeared, but you will tour the rum cellar to see the mysterious tunnels. A well-known restaurant occupies the upper part of the house, and it is here that you will enjoy a buffet dinner. Don't miss out on the chance to go on one of the best haunted ghost activities in the area!
Are you brave enough to face America's Most Haunted City? That is a rating that Savannah has earned and while on the Ghosts & Gravestones of Savannah Bus Tour, you will get a taste on how Savannah earned that rating. Your ghost host will tell bone-chilling stories of events that have happened on the battlefields, in mansions, and of course the graveyards. Stops on the tour include the Davenport House, Sorrel-Weed House, and the Colonial Park Cemetary. If you are brave enough, tourists will be able to explore the inside of the Andrew Low House and the Perkins & Sons Ship Chandlery. This is one of the best haunted ghost activities in the area!
In Georgia, you can find some fascinating walking tours that are said to be the best in the area. Savannah's walking tours are one and a half hours long touring over a mile of sites that are said to be haunted. While walking along this stretch, gritty tales from the past will be told. Haunted ghost activities provide a unique way to explore the city.
You will explore a local graveyard connected to occult activity from the Civil War, plus hearing about terrifying accounts of past hauntings from your guide. On this tour, you will see three supposedly haunted buildings from Savannah's past.
The tour starts at 9 in the evening at Wright Square which makes it even more believable. The whole tour is based on legends from the past and actual eyewitnesses, that are said to be reliable sources.