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Charleston: Haunted Carriage Evening Tour

1. Charleston: Haunted Carriage Evening Tour

Listen to spine-tingling tales of prisoners, rogues, and pirates that make up the history of Charleston. Cover over 300 years of history from the comfort of your carriage. Mysterious alleys and cobblestones await as your expert guide leads you through Historic Charleston on a 40-minute Haunted Carriage Tour. Start the tour at Old South Carriage Company's stables where the tour explores the 15 block core that comprises Historic Charleston. Along the way you will see Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon, Circular Congregational Church and Graveyard, Charleston City Market, and St. Michael's Episcopal Church. All tour guides of this activity are members of the Palmetto Guild, which indicates that they have successfully passed a comprehensive examination of the history of Charleston.

Charleston: 90-Minute Ghost and Dungeon Walking Tour

2. Charleston: 90-Minute Ghost and Dungeon Walking Tour

Test your nerve and explore the dark edges of Charleston's haunted historic district, deeply steeped in South Carolina's low country superstition on a guided walking tour. Venture through Charleston's haunted historic district, one of the oldest places in America, and learn about its terrifying history. Continue along the eerie back alleys and churches to find out why Charleston is known as "The Holy City." Visit the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon to learn about its harrowing past, confining enslaved people, American revolutionaries, and British soldiers.

Myrtle Beach: Ghosts and Pirates Haunted City Walking Tour

3. Myrtle Beach: Ghosts and Pirates Haunted City Walking Tour

Uncover the dark and sinister truth lurking in the shadows of Myrtle Beach on this guided walking tour by US Ghost Adventures. Meet your guide at the iconic diner, Peaches Corner, where Lillian “Peach” Justice still checks on customers from the grave. From there, wind through 8 of Myrtle Beach’s most active haunted locations. Step back in time with griping stories of hurricanes, shipwrecks, monsters, and mayhem at each destination on the route. Extend your tour and head to three additional locations, including an ice cream shop where ghostly bootleggers and lumberjacks are known to roam.

Charleston: Patriot's Point Haunted USS Yorktown Tour

4. Charleston: Patriot's Point Haunted USS Yorktown Tour

Come aboard the USS Yorktown and hear the stories of the American heroes who lived, died, and are still rumored to be here today. Commissioned in 1943, the Fighting Lady was once manned by over 3,000 people and designed to fight off enemies all over the globe during WWII. Learn about the ultimate sacrifice and heroism of the people who once inhabited this ship.  This tour gives you exclusive nighttime access to areas of the ship that are usually closed to the public, including the flight deck after dark. Don't forget your camera, you never know who or what you might capture.

Charleston: Death and Depravity Ghost Walking Tour

5. Charleston: Death and Depravity Ghost Walking Tour

Immerse yourself in Charleston's secret dark past on this walking tour. Explore everything from the city's brothels to gritty true crime stories with your local guide, passing through the walls of Chalmers Street and the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon. Meet your guide at the Ravenel Waterfront Park and begin your journey into the darker side of human nature. Get a unique look into the horrific, the scandalous, and the just-plain-weird aspects of Charleston's history. Hear stories of brothels, murders, suicides, and demonic entities as you stroll along Chalmers Street and past iconic landmarks such as the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon.

Charleston: Magnolia Cemetery Nighttime Tour

6. Charleston: Magnolia Cemetery Nighttime Tour

With an expert guide, enjoy a 90-minute walking tour to uncover the best of Magnolia Cemetery’s history, mystery, and spirits. Hear startling stories such as the unsolved murdered socialite, an outraged politician that ordered his butler’s execution, and scandalous tragedies that are never told in history books. Originally a 1790’s rice plantation, Magnolia Cemetery was founded in 1849 on the banks of the Cooper River in Downtown Charleston. Home to 35,000 permanent residents, including authors and poets, artists, Confederate generals and soldiers, prominent politicians, bootleggers, prostitutes, and socialites. Magnolia Cemetery served as a Confederate encampment to defend the city from the Union bombardment during the Civil War. Over 2,000 Confederate soldiers lay at rest in Magnolia, including the eight-man Hunley crew, eighty-four soldiers who fought in the battle at Gettysburg, and six confederate generals.

Charleston: 90-Minute Ghost & Graveyard Walking Tour

7. Charleston: 90-Minute Ghost & Graveyard Walking Tour

Take an up close and personal look at the spooky history of Charleston, known as the Holy City. On this 1.5-hour walking tour, allow your guide to take you where others don't dare to tred. With this exclusive opportunity, you will walk inside the gates of one of Charleston's oldest graveyards after dark. Explore its corners, check out the headstones, and take a moment to step across the graves, if you dare. Listen as your experienced guide gives you a full history of Charleston’s graveyards, focusing on the stories of the famous individuals who found their final resting place in the Holy City.

Charleston: Small-Group Ghost Walking Tour at Night

8. Charleston: Small-Group Ghost Walking Tour at Night

In Charleston, join your entertaining and professional guide for an 80-minute walking ghost tour at night. Stroll through the haunted historic district, see some of the city’s oldest buildings and hear ghost stories along the way. Visit many eerie spots including the creepiest graveyard! Meet your highly experienced guide in Charleston's charming market area to begin your gentle and entertaining evening walk. Your authentic guide will be licensed by the city of Charleston and have a minimum of 10 years of experience. All guides have a passion for telling thrilling ghost stories so be prepared to feel chilled in Charleston! On your journey, you will be taken to almost all the city's haunted locations, including two haunted houses, St. Philip’s Graveyard and Cemetery, the oldest graveyard dating back to 1681 and the most haunted graveyard!

Charleston: Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl Walking Tour

9. Charleston: Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl Walking Tour

Charleston's 400-year history is filled with war, death, curses, and cryptids. Pull up a bar stool and listen to the spookiest campfire tales the Holy City has to offer. You'll meet your seasoned local guide at the Blind Tiger Pub, where you’ll sip a prohibition-era cocktail and dive into the tale of Benjamin “Pitchfork” Tillman. From there, you’ll wind through seven other historic, haunted locations, including three additional bars. Visit a 17th century dungeon that’s haunted the same man every night for the last twenty years. Scan the Powder Magazine for the bloodied ghosts of teenaged soldiers. Hear the tale of the Angel Oak, and uncover the reason why Charleston residents keep a broomstick by their bedside (hint: It’s terrifying). Along the way, you’ll visit beloved local bars like The Griffon and Tommy Condons, which offer a wide assortment of beers, wines, and speciality cocktails you’ll only find in Charleston. Are you brave enough to step into the shadows of one of America's most haunted cities? Book a tour today.

Charleston: Pirates and Ghosts Guided Walking Tour

10. Charleston: Pirates and Ghosts Guided Walking Tour

Interested in exploring Charleston from the perspective of Pirates and Ghosts? Want to really immerse yourself in the history of this great Colonial city, right from the locations that started it all? You can get the best of both worlds with this 2 in 1, history-based guided tour of Charleston’s most infamous pirate and ghost stories, right from the streets they once (and still) roam. Notable stops are old pirate bars, haunted cemeteries and the old prison which housed many of the world’s most famous pirates. The tour will end at the old city jail which is only 2 blocks away from King St. Throughout the tour you will learn about the history of Pirates and Ghosts in Charleston. Learning about pirate battles from the likes of Blackbeard and the Gentleman pirates that resided in city as we stop at the Pineapple fountain, south of broad, and the Pink House. You will learn about spooky ghost stories that occurred right here in Charleston from throughout our stops at the Old Exchange building and the Old City Jail.

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What an amazing tour! We had a blast, and our tour guide was incredibly knowledgeable & friendly. We had a wonderful time and highly recommend!

We had a wonderful time!! It's well worth the time and price. You'll learn so much, and you'll have so much fun!!

Beau was our tour guide. He was very nice and helpful. The tour was fun and interesting.

The guide was extremely knowledgeable, charismatic, and funny.

Very entertaining. Cool stories and very chill ride.