Savannah is often called America's Most Haunted City, and for good reason! Georgia's First City, founded in 1733, has seen its fair share of bloody battles, mysterious murders, and deadly fires. Get in the Halloween spirit by checking out a tour of some of Savannah's most haunted spots.
Old Savannah Tour's Grave Adventures
Hop aboard a historic trolley and be prepared to be thoroughly spooked. Savannah's largest locally-owned tour company offers a ghost-themed nighttime adventure that will unveil the darker side of history. Add on a tour of the famous Sorrel Weed House and a dinner at the haunted Pirate's House restaurant to make it a full night out. Check out tour times and make reservations here.
Bonaventure Cemetery Tours
Bonaventure Cemetery is known for its haunting beauty with Southern Gothic style and Spanish moss abounding. Made famous by the novel and subsequent movie Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, this is a bucket list destination for anyone looking to learn more about Savannah's past. While you can wander the grounds at your leisure during regular hours, nothing compares to hearing stories brought to life by Master Storytellers from 6th Sense Tours.
Ghosts of Grayson Haunted Ballpark
For one week only, October 25th-31st, Grayson Stadium transforms into a haunted house experience, unlike anything you've seen before. The stadium's namesake, General William Grayson, died the year the nearly 100-year-old stadium was built. Legend has it his spirit and the spirits of other baseball players roam the park. For more information and to get tickets to this truly frightening event, visit the Ghosts of Grayson website.
Return Home to Comfort
Once you've been thoroughly terrified with the spookiest ghost tours Savannah has to offer, return to the comfort of your peaceful community here at Olympus Fenwick. Not a resident yet? Be sure to contact us today to learn more and schedule a tour. Olympus Fenwick, "Home at its most Elegant."