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The ghosts of Savannah come out in full force every October.  Savannah and Tybee Island offer a little bit of everything. From authentic haunted locations to pub-crawls to family-friendly destinations.

If you’re looking for spooky things to do in Savannah, this Halloween Guide is a great place to get started.

Savannah Halloween Events

The Alee Shriners Terror Plantation Haunted House – Every weekend in October

This just might be the most frightening haunted house in Savannah.  Scary clowns and creepy horrors are around every corner. Snap a selfie … if you dare.

A Nightmare on Congress Street IX – Halloween Themed Bar Crawl – October 29

A Nightmare on Congress Street is called “the scariest bar crawl on Savannah’s eeriest strip.” It has a costume contest, drinks specials, after party, and more.

Savannah’s Moose Lodge Haunted Forest

The Haunted Forest offers scares for kids of all ages in dark and haunted woods. It’s the longest running haunted attraction in Savannah and raises money for Backus Children's Hospital.

Ghost Tours

A city that’s said to be as haunted as Savannah, of course, has some of the best ghost tours in Georgia. Favorite ghost tours include the Hearse Ghost Tour, Bonaventure Cemetery Tours, and Ghosts & Graveyards tour. Other favorite haunted spots include The Gribble House, The Pirate’s House, and Madison Square. Visit at your own risk!

Tybee Island Halloween Events

Tybee Lighthouse Haunted History Tour

While lighthearted, the haunted history tour covers some of the island’s lore and darker history surrounding the Tybee Lighthouse. Space is limited, so reservations are required.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (film) October 26 -27

The cult classic is coming to Tybee Post Theater for two nights. They encourage everyone to dress up as their favorite character and “Do the Time Warp again.”

Whether you call Savannah home or are headed to Tybee Island on vacation, there’s plenty to keep you occupied this Halloween. Remember to have fun, drive safe, and try not to get too scared.