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Savannah's Ghost Encounter Walking Tour

Highlights
  • Investigate Savannah’s paranormal activity in this ghost encounter tour
  • This guided tour sets off at the spookiest time of day: nighttime
  • Hear your guide clearly through earbuds that you can take home afterward
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Savannah's Ghost Encounter Walking Tour
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9:00pm Ghost Encounter TourMost Popular
2 hr. walking ghost tour of Savannah's Historic District will depart at 9:00pm. You will have a live tour guide and audio-headset enhancement, so you can hear every word your guide is saying.
US$25.00
9:30pm Ghost Encounter Tour
2 hr. walking ghost tour of Savannah's Historic District will depart at 9:30pm. You will have a live tour guide and audio-headset enhancement, so you can hear every word your guide is saying.
US$25.00
Overview
Because Savannah is one of Georgia’s very first cities, it has a very storied past. With many different haunted tours out there, this ghost encounter tour sets itself apart by going on a ghost hunt to come close to the city’s paranormal activity. With your guide leading the way, listen to dark stories, see photographic evidence, and watch firsthand-account videos—all linking to the idea of spirits in Savannah.
What to Expect
Meet for this Savannah ghost encounter walking tour at Oglethorpe Square in Savannah’s Historic District. Your tour takes off at night to add an even spookier element to the already frightening content.

Put in your audio earbuds, so you can hear your guide clearly the whole way through. Your guide tells tales of ghosts and other paranormal phenomena, as you watch firsthand-account videos and see photos that provide evidence of spirits. Pass by Sorrel Weed House, Colonial Park Cemetery, and other places with stories that’ll give you goosebumps.

Your ghost encounter tour in Savannah ends back at the original departure point in Oglethorpe Square.
Reviews (64)
1 - 5 of 62 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago
Kind of a bust.....

It was very hot on the night that we took the tour. Our guide showed up with his Ipad and told us he was going to walk around and show us some spooky places... All he did was walk around and show us on his...More

Thank Tripstergirl
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
So Fun!

TC's ghost tour was a highlight of our trip to Savannah! TC is a talented storyteller and is very engaging and fun. We enjoyed it thoroughly!

Thank cjm505
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Absolutley BEST Walking Tour ANYWHERE!

Have taken other tours and Genteel & Bard's Savannah Ghost Walking tour exceeded ALL expectations. TC was so innovative and entertaining sharing the paranormal activities regarding Savannah's haunted locations. I took this tour last year and was so impressed I brought a large contingent of...More

1  Thank CalBK
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
GHOSTS!!!

I absolutely loved this tour. As a believer in the paranormal and have seen plenty ghosts this tour was the best! T.C is an amazing story teller he kept me hanging on to his every word. At the Sorrel-Weed house I was scratched by one...More

Thank Nicole R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Amazing experience!!

My wife and I had an incredible time on the ghost tour. We loved our tour guide and would definitely recommend Genteel & Bard to anyone visiting Savannah.

Thank Bushjeff
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br4nd1
12 July 2018|
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Response from Megan K | Reviewed this property |
For some reason, your question was directed to me, a former tourist of this attraction. The tour group needs to answer your question. Please make sure you have sent your inquiry to them.
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Beth_A_12345
26 April 2018|
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Response from Joe D | Reviewed this property |
some of the descriptions are a little gory but nothing the kids haven't seen on tv. so I have to say yes family friendly
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jaws1048
24 April 2018|
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Response from Teresacharris | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely. The sidewalks, even being historic, have been ada compliant for some time. TC is the type of guide that caters to his guests. With the earbuds, you don't miss a thing. He keeps everyone together at a speed... More
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