Savannah Ghost Tours; Haunted Ghost Tours in Savannah
The Savannah Ghost Tours features the #1 Ghost Tours location in Savannah… the Sorrel-Weed House!
As seen on many different TV shows, including ‘Ghost Hunters‘ on the SyFy network… ‘Ghost Adventures‘ on Travel Channel… ‘Most Terrifying Places in America‘ on Travel Channel, as well as several others!
Many people love to take Ghost Tours while visiting Savannah, Ga. Many paranormal groups and enthusiasts have called it “the most haunted city in america“. There are many options to choose from when deciding on Your Ghost Tour. As many of these tours walk or ride you around the city, telling you the stories of various locations… Only One Ghost Tour takes you Inside an Actual Historic and Haunted House! The Paranormal Tours!
Our Paranormal Tours offer one of the Most Unique ghost tour experiences in Savannah! While most ghost tours in Savannah will walk you by or drive you by the Haunted locations, they do not get to take you Inside. When you take the Ghost Hunters House Tour, that’s Exactly what you get to do. Go inside the Sorrel-Weed Mansion and the Carriage House. If you take the Ghost Hunters Walking Tour, then not only do you get to go inside the Most Haunted Home in Savannah, but you also get to walk to other haunted locations in the area and hear the unique and creepy stories about them as well. So it’s like two Tours in One.
Savannah Ghost Tours are one of the Most Popular Activities for visitors to this Old City. There are many Ghost Stories about Savannah going all the way back into the 1700’s. People have been talking about the supernatural, paranormal, voodoo, witchcraft, etc. around Savannah for a very long time.
There are a lot of Current buildings that go back into the 1800’s that have tales of strange and paranormal activity in and around them. Some of the names you may recognize are: Sorrel-Weed House (Museum Home), Moon River Brewery (Restaurant/Bar), Marshall House (Hotel), Hamilton-Turner Inn (Bed & Breakfast), Eliza Thompson Inn (Bed & Breakfast), Pirates House (Restaurant), Mercer-Williams House (Museum Home), Foley House Inn (Bed & Breakfast), Davenport House (Museum House), Habersham Hall (SCAD Building), East Bay Inn (Hotel), Hampton-Lillybridge House (Private Home), Six Pence Pub (Restaurant/Pub), Kehoe House Inn (Bed & Breakfast), Pink House (Restaurant), 17 Hundred 90 Inn (Hotel), Old Chandler Hospital (Savannah Law School), Mansion Hotel Restaurant (Old Fox & Weeks Mortuary), Ol’ Colonial Cemetery (Used 1750-1853), And many other small homes and buildings scattered through the historic district.
Most of the savannah ghost tours cover a few of these buildings on their tours, as it would take several hours to cover them all. Of course Only one of them is open for Ghost Tours in the evenings. There are also a few buildings not on this list that have made-up stories about them, and many of the walking tours like to tell you those tall-tales rather than cover the Real-Deal stories with Historic Backing. We prefer to stick with the known historic based ghost stories and that’s what you get on the Ghost Hunters Tours.