Take a tour of Savannah’s most haunted hot spots. Grab some drinks on a haunted pub tour, walk around the Historic District on a haunted walking tour or enjoy the spooky sights from a distance on a trolley ride. No matter what you choose, when the sun goes down you’ll see the ethereal come out.
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil may have made Bonaventure Cemetery notorious worldwide, but locals have always known there's something otherworldly about this burial ground. Spend your time looking at the headstones of local luminaries—like composer Johnny Mercer or Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Conrad Aiken—or look for Little Gracie's grave, a popular site to honor a little girl gone too soon.
For the truly brave-at-heart, the Sorrell Weed House, which is said to be one of the most haunted buildings in Savannah, offers after-dark paranormal investigation tours. Grab your best ghost-hunting gear and head into the building’s dark rooms to hear, feel or even see a resident ghost or two.