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2 Oct 2020
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Discover the supernatural side of Savannah on self-guided or guide-led ghost tours of one of America’s most haunted cities. Hear tales of famous paranormal sightings from local guides and visit the most infamous and eerie locations.

Between Savannah’s hauntingly beautiful historic homes to revolutionary war battlefields, there are plenty of spooky tales to go around.   With Halloween fast approach, what better time to explore the beyond? 

Here are a few of our favorite outdoor ghost tours and haunted stops in Savannah.

The Grave Tales Ghost Tour

A family-friendly tour that will take guests through some of Savannah’s most haunted locations  including those featured on Ghost Hunters!

The Dead of Night Tour

One of Savannah’s most popular (and easily the spookiest) ghost tour, exclusively available to guests 16 or older.  A guide will take you to some of the most haunted locations in the Historic District including a visit to the Colonial Park Cemetery, the Wright Square where public executions took place and more! 

Ghosts and Gravestones Trolley Tour

The afterlife is alive and well in Savannah. Experience it for yourself on a Ghosts and Gravestones trolley ride through this grand old Southern city. Tour the streets, passing former battlegrounds, historic cemeteries, and old mansions infiltrated with the supernatural. Make a nighttime stop at legendary River Street, a hot-spot for wandering spirits. Your guide will regale you with stories of Savannah's sinister deeds and nefarious characters along the way.

Interested in a self-guided tour instead? Visit these hauntingly frightful historic locations.

The Hamilton-Turner Inn was made famous by Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Paranormal activities inside the inn include the sounds of children laughing, billiard balls rolling around on the upper floors and sightings of a strange, cigar-smoking man sitting on the roof.

The Marshall House dubbed by USA Today to be one of the best haunted hotels in the U.S. Since 1851, this hotel has been used as a hospital three times – once for Union soldiers and twice for 19th century Yellow Fever epidemics. Guests have reported their fair share of paranormal experiences such as seeing ghosts in the hallways, hearing nonexistent children running down the halls and faucets turning on by themselves.

Cap off the night with a stop at the Moon River Brewing Company - considered by many to be the most haunted place in Savannah. Patrons have spotted a lady wearing white at the top of the restaurant’s staircase. Ghosts have also been known to throw bottles, breeze by patrons and play tricks on staff members.

We know safety remains at the top of people’s minds these days.  In light of COVID-19, many Savannah businesses, ours included, have made significant changes to their safety protocols and cleaning standards.   These businesses are all part of the Savannah Safe initiative.