Alexandria Ghosts Phantoms of the Potomac By US Ghost Adventures

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  • Live Guide
  • E-Ticket
  • 1 hr

Come on our Chilling Ghost Tour presented by US Ghost Adventures! Of all the cities you will visit in your life, Alexandria is one that you will not be surprised to discover is haunted. This town has encountered extreme devastation and death due to events like the Revolutionary and Civil War and more minor tragedies such as murders and unexpected, traumatic deaths. Today, the streets are full of 4,000 historic buildings that still stand for us to explore. All of them are filled with memories of the past and the numerous people that have walked the streets. Alexandria Ghosts reveals Old Town’s hallowed past and eerie hauntings to show you why Alexandria is one of the most haunted places in Virginia.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Alexandria Ghosts By Us Ghost Adventures

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Pass By: Gadsby's Tavern Museum

The ghost that haunts Gadsby's Tavern is one of the best known in Alexandria. Join this authentic ghost tour to hear the historic tale of the spirits that still linger here.

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The most prominent ghost in City Hall isn't human... Only on this tour will you uncover the unusual haunts of Alexandria's City Hall.

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Carlyle House Historic Park is a location that has a long and tragic history. While the house no longer stands, it still holds an important place on this street, leaving a mark that only a home such as itself could leave. Hear what makes this site one of the most haunted hotspots in Alexandria.

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Here is the site of the most tragic ghost story on the tour. Only on this walking ghost tour through haunted Alexandria can you hear the chilling tale of the Schafer home.

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This 200 year old home holds an interesting story and mysterious ghost within. Some believe it is haunted by a military commander from the Revolutionary war. Listen to the historic stories of the people who lived here.

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Nothing about Wilkes Tunnel is what you would expect. Built in 1851, it was crucial during the Civil War. Uncover it's part in historic battles and the spirits that linger.
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