Charleston Ghost & Graveyard Night-Time Guided Walking Tour

505 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • E-Ticket
  • 1.5 hr

Experience the chills of Charleston's only on-site graveyard tour. You will get an exclusive opportunity to walk inside the gates of Charleston's oldest graveyard after dark. Walk through Charleston's haunted Historic District, and hear stories of ghosts, haunted houses, voodoo and Low-country superstitions.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Charleston Ghost & Graveyard Tour

Meet your guide at a central meeting point, then proceed to the graveyard where you will hear about Charleston's spirits and gruesome tales such as: • The ghost of Sue Howard, a grieving mother who prays at the grave of her dead child from the spirit world. Your guide has the picture to prove it. • The Great Nullifier, famous rebel warrior John C. Calhoun. Find out why he and his wife still dance in the street every year, for over 150 years running. • Tales of being buried alive. Doctors in old Charleston didn't take chances with contagious diseases. Fall unconscious in a hospital, wake up in a grave.Learn why the terms saved by the bell and graveyard shift were coined. You will be glad you weren't around when they were. While other walking tours are looking in through the iron fence, you'll be on the inside. Learn the history of Charleston's haunted graveyards and hear tales about famous individuals who found their final resting place in the Holy City. Don't forget your flash cameras. You never know what phantom images you can capture...

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Bulldog Tours

Tours offered through Bulldog Tours

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Circular Congregational Church

Enter the gates of the Circular Congregational Church graveyard exclusively with Bulldog Tours. Hear stories of infamous people laid to rest there.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At:

One of Charleston's most historic neighborhoods, the French Quarter is home to numerous Pre-Revolutionary buildings, churches, graveyards, and hidden alleways.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: St. Philip's Church

Charleston was settled in 1670 by the congregation of St. Philip's Church. Their graveyard is home to many of our most significant historical figures, including a signer of the Declaration of Independence. It is also home to one of the most intriguing ghost stories in Charleston!

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: The Powder Magazine

Completed in 1713, it is the oldest surviving public building in the former Province of Carolina. It was used as a gunpowder store through the American Revolutionary War, and later saw other uses

Duration: 2 minutes
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