Get Spooked in Savannah this October
With the cooler days approaching, the time for spooky tours and Halloween-related activities has come. Due to its centuries-old history, Savannah has its share of ghost stories and legends and is known as America’s “Most Haunted City.” We offer several tours in Savannah that focus on this aspect of the city’s history and show you some of the most unique historic sites in the city, which make for the perfect scary and interesting addition to your vacation.
This walking tour covers nearly a mile of Savannah and lasts approximately 90 minutes. Sights on this tour include properties in Savannah that are reportedly haunted. The tour stops at the 17hundred90 Restaurant, the Kehoe House, Hampton-Lillibridge House, the Owens-Thomas House, and the Colonial Park Cemetery. For an extra-spooky feel, this tour takes place in the evening.
If you would rather not walk, the trolley tour may be a good choice for you. This tour is a 90 minute trolley ride is a narrated tour of Savannah that focuses on the haunted sites of Savannah, including the Colonial Park Cemetery and the Sorrel Weed House. This tour also goes through the Historic Area. The narration by the guide will provide background information and stories of Savannah’s dark past. A special addition to this tour is a buffet dinner at a house that used to be habited by a pirate. You can see artifacts, enjoy the southern-style buffet, and look at the pirate’s rum cellar.
This trolley tour is a 90 minute ride through Savannah. This tour departs in the evening, so you can expect an extra-chilling tour of the city’s haunted sites. Sites on this tour include the Candler Hospital, a morgue from 1884, the Colonial Park Cemetery, and the garden featured in the hit book Garden in the Midnight of Good and Evil. On this tour, you can enjoy the uninterrupted trolley ride narrated by a friendly guide, who will tell stories about Savannah’s dark past.