"Let's Have a Spooky Time in Orlando" Tour

Duration2 hours
Guide LanguageMultiple
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An exclusive walking tour for all huge fans of horror! Planning to vacation in Orlando soon? Then you can't miss this tour! You will be led by a local professional who will bring to life some of the ghost stories and tales as you walk along the streets. This tour is recommended at anytime but mainly during Halloween season, you will find the atmosphere in every corner special the whole month of October. What are the spookiest rides at the different Disney's theme parks? Do you know what the haunted places in Orlando are and why they are considered haunted places? Apart from having a spooky and fun time with the professional tour guide, you will hear and learn so many real stories about the dark side of Orlando.
This tour is especially recommended in the Halloween period. The atmosphere in every corner is special.


The Beacham Theatre is a cinema built in 1921 by Braxton Beacham Sr. in the city of Orlando. The Beacham Theatre was once home to the internationally recognized late-night underground discotheque Aahz, a notable early component of the US electronic dance music movement in the early 1990s.
Church Street Station, also called the Old Orlando Railroad Depot, is a historic train station and commercial development. In the 1970s and 1980s Church Street Station operated as an attraction offering admission to multiple nightclubs of various formats facilitating "club hopping" for a single price in a monolithic location.
The Cheyenne Saloon, first opened in 1982, was tailor-made for country music. The western-themed nightclub was a welcome addition to Orlando’s already established Church Street Station complex and would soon be selected as home to a national television show airing on The Nashville Network.
Follow your carefree spirit out of the streets of downtown and into one of the most unique hotels in Orlando — the Grand Bohemian. Its tenacious character runs over, flooding nearly everything with sultry romanticism, from the intimate lobby and moody lighting to the curved sculptures and the boldly draped fabrics.
The Central Business District, or Downtown, is home to City Hall, modern office towers, and 19th-century buildings. Our accredited guide will tell you the history of what these buildings holds
The Angebilt Hotel was an example of Twentieth Century Commercial style by Murry S. King, the first registered architect in Florida. The hotel was modeled after the Pennsylvania Hotel in New York.


Professional local guide services

Additional Information

  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Face masks required for travellers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas

Guide Languages

  • English

  • Spanish

Cancellation Policy

This product can not be cancelled, amended or refunded.