1- 2 Hours
One Per Person
At Your Own Pace
Welcome to Savannah Ghost Tour
Take a tour through the supernatural in one of America’s most historic and haunted cities: Savannah, Georgia. You’ll find a mix of rich antebellum history and hair-raising ghostly encounters here. Marvel at the city’s beautiful architecture and stroll along the picture-perfect waterfront to hear the true stories behind Savannah’s most notorious hauntings. This Savannah Ghost Tour, narrated by Mark Nesbitt, is the perfect way to see the city for those seeking something new. Maybe you will find something new as part of your self-guided paranormal expedition!
About the Tour
Your supernatural tour of Savannah begins right next to the historic Reynolds Square. You’ll find your first stop across the street: the Olde Pink House, where mysterious orbs are frequently spotted. After that, you’ll head to the site of the Pulaski Hotel, still home to a 19th-century child who never left.
Next up is the former City Hotel, which is so haunted it drew the attention of TV crews not too long ago! Then you’ll reach the gorgeous riverfront, packed with bars, shops, restaurants, and more than a few ghostly sightings!
Then there’s the Shrimp Factory, where employees have reported hearing mysterious sounds when no one else is in the building. After that, you’ll arrive at the Hampton-Lillibridge House, a beautiful home with a dark history of mysterious accidents. Beyond that is the Marshall House, where human remains dating back to the Civil War were discovered during renovations in the 1990s.
Continuing, you’ll come to Wright Square, the site of tragic executions during the 18th century and supposedly also the site of a lingering presence from the victims. Then you’ll arrive at the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts and a woman with a fascinating history.
After that, you’ll arrive at Colonial Park Cemetery, the final resting place for almost ten thousand bodies in unmarked graves. As you might imagine, some of them are pretty restless.
The next house on your Savannah Ghost Tour is the Mercer-Williams House, the site of a murder that became infamous in the novel-turned-movie Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Then there’s Battlefield Park, where British and American forces clashed during the Revolutionary War. Many men never left this hallowed ground.
Finally, you’ll reach the Roundhouse Railroad Museum, at which visitors have seen shadowy figures moving about after dark and heard unexplainable noises from the tracks. Your tour concludes here.
Starting Address: Reynolds Square
Savannah Ghost Tour Map
What You'll See
Welcome to Savannah's Ghost Tour
The Olde Pink House -23 Abercorn Street on Reynolds Square
The Pulaski Hotel Site-15 Bull Street, on the corner of Bull and Bryan Streets
Moon River Brewing Company and Restaurant—21 Bay Street
The River Front—River Street along Riverfront Plaza
The Shrimp Factory at 313 East River Street
The Hampton Lillibridge House
The Marshall House-123 East Broughton Street
Wright Square-At Bull and President Streets
Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, 10 East Oglethorpe Avenue
Colonial Park Cemetery, 200 Albercorn Street
The Mercer-Williams House-421 Bull Street
The Roundhouse Railroad Museum 601 West Harris Street
Preview the Tour
Stop 1 - Welcome to Savannah!
Stop 9 - Riverfront
Stop 14 - Hampton-Lillibridge
Stop 24 - Mercer Williams House
Stop 30 - Roundhouse Railroad Museum
What do we do?
Simply put, Action Tour Guide is an audio guide, map, and tour book – all in one app! We are a GPS-enabled app-based tour that narrates information based on your location right on your phone. You can experience our driving and walking tours at your own pace and literally at any time of the day!
Changing travel date? No worries! All individual tours come with lifetime validity.
No Network Needed
The tour works offline which means you do not need your phone network to enjoy the tour. However, we do suggest you download the tour at your home, hotel, visitor center, etc before you head out for a completely immersive experience.
Not an Entry Ticket
This is not an entry ticket.