Ghost Tour Meeting Location: Oglethorpe Square, 127 Abercorn St, between bakery and slave quarters
Tour Duration: 1hr. across 1 mile
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Ghost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!
Tours are available daily year-around from the afternoon to late at night. Some are offered throughout the day based on season.
In the world of ghostly encounters, Savannah holds the prestigious title of one of the most haunted cities in the nation. The city is rooted in layers of human suffering that reverberates through the streets, manifesting as eerie and spine-chilling experiences courtesy of the sorrowful spirits not ready to leave this world.
Savannah Terrors takes you to the city’s haunted locations that put it on the otherworldly map. Discover the sordid tales that birthed the infamous hauntings and spirits you may just experience tonight.
No ghost tour would be complete without a stop in a haunted cemetery. Colonial Park Cemetery has been the stuff of ghastly lore since the 1700s. Here, tour guests may encounter the spirits of Savannah’s many yellow fever victims. Yellow fever ravaged Savannah throughout the 1800s in three separate epidemics where hundreds lost their lives. While Savannah is the final resting place for more than 700 yellow fever victims, many who succumbed to this vicious disease aren’t resting at all. Come with us to Colonel Park Cemetery, where many have seen (and felt) apparitions of yellow fever fatalities aimlessly roaming the grounds.
This popular restaurant and hotel has been the subject of numerous paranormal invevstigations, and for good reason. Built in the 1800s, the building became the site of tragedy almost immediately when a young woman committed suicide by jumping from the roof. Her story is as old as time, as she fell in love with and became pregnant by a sailor who left Savannah with no intentions of returning. Distraught, she took her own life, making her a permanent resident of the 17Hundred90 Inn. Guests of Room 204 can expect a cozy room with disembodied sobbing and the possibility of having personal items moved around the room, or removed altogether. Enjoy!
This quaint, cozy bed and breakfast once served as a funeral home, only after it was the home of William Kehoe, his wife, and 10 kids. The ghosts of the two Kehoe kids who died in the home are still there, causing a ruckus for both staff and guests, maintaining their rambunctious behavior in the afterlife.
Downtown Savannah is a thriving hub that boasts picturesque gardens, antique architecture, tree-lined walkways, and signature cobblestone streets that pay homage to simpler times. Of course, these beautiful sites double as a facade, as Savannah’s rich history also features a legendary spectral side.
For those brave enough to endure it, Savannah Terrors takes you on a guided walking ghost tour where we will lift the mask and reveal the city’s ominous locations that give Savannah its haunted reputation. Join us as we retell terrifying accounts ensnared in some of the city’s notoriously haunted spaces.
From disturbed Native American burial grounds to underground tunnels used to transport the bodies of Yellow Fever victims, you can expect to get a horrific history lesson given at the very spots where these grim narratives occured. A Savannah Terrors ghost tour is not for the faint of heart. Prepare yourself for a night of heart-pounding fun and frights.
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Learn who is affectionately known as the “Lady in Gray” and maintains her home ownership in the afterlife
Visit one of the oldest squares in Savannah that’s still reeling from the disturbance of a Native American chief
Discover the former home of the founder of the Girl Scouts Organization said to still be the home for her late parents
Check out the location for the iconic Forest Gump bench scene, just mere feet away from the sinister Foley House
Take a walk to a famously haunted theater where you can take in a show from the talented living, and the restless dead
The Savannah Ghost Tour is full of historical detail. The 8 or 12 location tours are based in history and add first-hand accounts of hauntings, sightings of ghouls, and mysterious happenings in the Southern Home of Hospitality. You’ll learn about the history of this fascinating city, with established historical events told with stories about the lives of some of Savannah’s most famous and infamous residents.
Learn about the history of this amazing town, through the lives (and deaths) of some of its most famous sons and daughters. We constantly have locals on the Savannah Terrors tours, and as well as adding personal stories, they always learn something they did not know.
First-time visitors walk away from the tour with an insight into the city that makes the rest of their time here so much more interesting and scary!
Many previous tour groups and guides have had unexplained encounters while walking the dark and atmospheric streets of Savannah. As well as the chance of seeing, or more commonly feeling a ghost, you’ll find your time with us entertaining and the stories are sure to stick with you. You’ll remember every terrifying detail to tell to others.
Savannah Terrors provides a ghost walk experience for all ages, with a mix of history and spookiness rolled into one.
Savannah Terrors is perfect for everyone in your group, regardless of age and interests. We know traveling in a group makes it challenging to find activities with universal appeal. Our tour starts just as the sun goes down, and the atmosphere gets spooky. The biggest reason to join the Savannah Terrors tour? The commitment to authenticity that is sure to make a believer out of even the biggest skeptics.
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