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Ghosts of Charleston Tour

  • Get special after-hours access to the haunted Unitarian Church Graveyard
  • Hear supernatural tales of Charleston you wouldn’t hear anywhere else
  • Your guide knows their way around the city—even in the dark
Ghosts of Charleston Tour
US$25 per adult
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7:30pm Ghost Tour
7:30pm Ghosts of Charleston Tour
US$25.00 per adult
9:30pm Ghost Tour
9:30pm Ghosts of Charleston Tour
US$25.00 per adult
Book this Charleston ghost tour in advance, selecting the day and time that suits your schedule. With a guide leading the way in the dark, you don’t have to worry about getting lost. Listen to a master storyteller bring to life tales of the supernatural as you explore spooky locations, including special after-hours access to a paranormal hot spot, the Unitarian Church Graveyard.
What to Expect
Your Charleston ghost tour meets near the city center. Set out with your guide as you stroll, and bring a small flashlight for ease of navigation.

Try your best not to get scared as you listen to stories about ghosts, and the city’s eerie past. Go by buildings, squares, and landmarks where former city residents used to hang out, and if you’re careful, you might notice that they’re still there—in spirit.

The main highlight of your tour is a trip to the Unitarian Church Graveyard, which is known by locals to be haunted by people who have been buried there in tombs or graves. This graveyard isn't open at night, but your tour gives you special evening access to explore.

Your tour ends at the departure point. Make sure to check in with your guide before you part ways if you aren’t familiar with the area.
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
The best ghost tour in Charleston

This is the best your. Mr Neale was very experienced and knowledgeable. The reason it is the best is for one he actually shows you pictures of ghosts taken at the places we visit. This is something I've never seen before on a ghost tour....More

Thank Ryan N
Reviewed 1 week ago
Greg, Greg, Greg.

We joined the Ghosts of Charleston tour 9:30PM, our guide was Greg and his tour was in-depth with Charleston history, local superstition and tales of those who haunt the town including photos from previous tours and historical pictures of the ghost sightings. Greg was engaging,...More

Thank Francis H
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fun and informative

I, along with my 2 kids ages 12 and 10, really enjoyed this tour. The guide was an excellent storyteller and we learned a lot about the city's history. Would highly recommend this walking tour. Take bug spray for the graveyard part of the tour!!!

Thank 934RebeccaK
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Must do on a trip to Charleston

Was told by a friend to go on a ghost tour for a unique way to learn about Charleston history. I was so glad we did. Sean Wallis was our tour guide. He did a fantastic job of staying in character as a British officer...More

2  Thank Amanda P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
DO THIS TOUR! Regardless of how you feel about "ghost tours"!

I go on a LOT of "ghost tours" with groups....this, BY FAR, was the BEST! My husband and I aren't ghost people, but we love the history. THIS....was the HISTORY!! (If you are a ghost person...you'll get that too, but we just chose to really...More

2  Thank ViCarrie
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Response from Joe R | Reviewed this property |
If I recall, it was about 75-90 minutes. Although some 8-year-olds are jumpy, I think this would be right in the wheelhouse of most: just a little spooky to have a thrilling sense of adventure but in a very safe setting (no... More
15 April 2018|
Response from Joe R | Reviewed this property |
Probably (it’s all outside), but I have a feeling the tour company might not let you.