Haunted Savannah Self-Guided Walking Audio Tour


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Take a tour through the supernatural in one of America’s most historic and haunted cities: Savannah, Georgia. Here, you’ll find a mix of rich antebellum history and hair-raising ghostly encounters. Marvel at the city’s beautiful architecture, take a stroll along the picture-perfect waterfront, and 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.
After booking, you can check your email before downloading the Tour Guide App by Action, enter your unique password, and access your tour. The preceding steps require good internet/wifi access. Simply follow the audio instructions and the route from there.
This is not an entrance ticket. Check opening hours before your visit.
No expiration — The tour comes with lifetime validity!


Your first stop will be the Olde Pink House, built by James Habersham Jr. in 1789. For years, professional and amateur ghost hunters have reported seeing everything from ghostly orbs to poltergeist activity here. There have even been reports of ghostly apparitions.
Next up is the site of the Pulaski Hotel, once the go-to spot for lavish Savannah parties. The hotel was torn down in 1957 to make way for more modern buildings, but people say some guests never left... Keep your eyes and ears open for signs of little Gracie, who still lingers here to this day.
After that is the Moon River Brewing Company, rumored to be one of the most haunted spots in all of Savannah. This was once a hotel deating back to 1821, and like any old hotel it has plenty of history. As the site of a shocking murder, there's a good reason this building has attracted countless ghost hunters over the years, including a Travel Channel TV crew.
Your route takes you next along Savannah's beautiful riverfront, lined with shops, restaurants, and plenty of supernatural sightings. Paranormal investigators have witnessed glowing orbs, poltergeist activity, and more in the shops lining the waterfront. One shop has even reported a regular spectral guest who trips their alarm but never shows up on camera!
Continuing along the riverfront, you'll come to the Shrimp Factory, a restauraunt just as famous for its seafood as it is for its ghostly occurrences. The center of the paranormal activity is an upstairs storage room, where employees regularly hear strange noises when no human is inside. Some attribute the disturbances to the restless spirits of enslaved people who were chained to the walls of the room.
Then there's the most haunted house in Savannah, the Hampton-Lillibridge House. Built-in 1796 by an architectural firm from Rhode Island, it is a seemingly cursed abode. A sailor is said to have hanged himself here, a worker doing renovations died mysteriously, and many locals simply refuse to go near the place. Is it really cursed? Is it just superstition? No one knows for sure.
Next along your route is the Marshall House, which became an impromptu Union hospital during the Civil War. The grim work performed during that time lingered long after the war ended. During renovations in 1990s, workers discovered human remains inside the building. But it's not just physical remains that were left behind. Visitors have long reported all manner of unexplained happenings, including seeing wounded Civil War soldiers walking the halls.
Continuing along your route, you'll reach Wright Square. This pleasant public square hides a dark past. It is here where some convicts were hanged to death, including a pair of young lovers accused of killing their abusive master. Some say their spirits still wander the square to this day.
Up next is the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts of America. While the house holds more historical than supernatural importance, it isn't devoid of ghost stories--including one which involves Juliette's own mother!
No ghost tour is complete without a stop at a cemetery, so Colonial Park Cemetery is next on the route. Established in 1750 as the final resting place for many of Savannah’s earliest citizens, this cemetery holds about 10,000 bodies. Of those, only around 600 graves are actually marked. That makes for quite a lot of restless spirits!
Then there's the Mercer-Williams House, one of Savannah's more recently haunted properties. In 1981, this was the site of a shocking murder which was made famous by the novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Jim Williams, the murderer, was acquitted of the crime, and ever since this house has been the site of many unnatural occurrences.
Finally, you'll arrive at the Roundhouse Railroad Museum. As the site of climactic battles throughout history, Savannah is home to plenty of war-related spirits, and the railyard is one of the most active sites for such activity. Visitors report seeing, among another thing, a man in a cavalry jacket who seems to disappear after meeting their eyes.


Easy to use: Stories play automatically by GPS. Hands-free. Get HELP all day: Call, Chat, or Email.
Don’t miss a thing: Full itinerary, travel tips, professionally narrated, videos, text, hidden gems.
Offline use: No cell signal or wifi required. Offline GPS Map & route. Stop-to-stop direction.
App on your phone: A link to download the Tour Guide App by Action and Password for your tours.
Flexible schedule: Use any day, any time. Travel over multiple days or on next trip. Never expires.


Transportation, parking fee, food/drinks
National Park/attraction Passes, entry tickets, or reservation

Additional Information

  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • How it works: Once you book a tour, you’ll get a text/email with instructions. Download the app (while in good wifi/signal) and use your unique password to access your tours. To begin touring, go to the Starting Point and launch the app. The audio starts automatically. Stick to the tour route & speed limit for the best experience. Please note that no one will meet you at the starting point.
  • Good value: Purchase one tour per person. If you are a couple and prefer to share, purchase one tour and remember to bring headphones you can split.
  • Flexible Schedule: Once the app/tour is on your phone, you can use it any day and at any time. You can use it over multiple days. And, also use it on your next trip here. This tour never expires.
  • Preview the tour: You can use it before the trip at home (highly recommended), use it during the trip, and use it after you come back.
  • Don't miss a thing: You will get everything with the app - a complete itinerary, travel tips, professionally narrated audio stories, story script, images, videos, deep dives, hidden gems, exciting locations, recommendations for hikes, adventure, activities, treks, and stop-by-stop direction.
  • Private tour: You can use it in your car or rental car. No worries about groups or crowds. Start the tour app on your phone. And it will direct you step by step. You can stop for as many breaks as you like. Take a break for Instagram photos, and take a break for lunch/snacks. Go on a hike. The tour will wait for you and start when you start again. You can even do the tour over multiple days. Go at your own pace.
  • Easy to use: The stories play themselves as soon as the GPS is activated. It requires no use of your hands at all. You can get HELP by calling, chatting, or emailing any time of the day.
  • Offline: There is no need for a cell signal or Wi-Fi while touring. App’s GPS map works offline.
  • Expiration/go again: The tour will last for the rest of your life on your phone. It is available for use on any day of your next trip.
  • Use pictures for a photo book: Create a photo book using clean (no crowd) app images of each spot to make a memorable trip. All the photos and the correct sequence is ready in the app for you to use.
  • Social media: Share clean (no crowd) images with friends/family.
  • Devices supported include iPhones with iOS 13 & above, Android phones with version 9 & above and all cellular-enabled tablets & iPads.

Guide Languages

  • English

Cancellation Policy

  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.

  • No refund is possible if you cancel less than a day before the activity start time.