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The 5 Best Asheville Ghost Tours

Do you want to explore all of Asheville’s most haunted locations? Then, why not visit Asheville’s historic sites by going on one of the many spooky Asheville ghost tours?

From haunted hotels to spirits spotted at Helen’s Bridge, dark history is lingering in every corner of Asheville. So, whether you are looking for an evening of spooky stories or want to learn the history of Asheville, there is a ghost tour for everyone.

Check out the list of the 5 ghost tours in Asheville and get ready to have a night of scares you won’t soon forget.

The 5 Best Ghost Tours in Asheville

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Asheville Night-Time Walking Ghost Tour

Take one of the best Asheville ghost tours with the Asheville Night-Time Walking Ghost Tour. The two-hour walking tour explores downtown Asheville’s spookiest sites with the expertise of a local guide.

Have you heard of the Pink Lady, which haunts the Grove Park Inn? Or the apparition’s that appear at Helen’s Bridge? The Asheville Night-Time Walking Ghost Tour visits some of the most haunted places in Asheville while regaling you with the tales of their ghostly history.

Other places you will explore include the Battery Park Hotel, Pritchard Park and the Basilica of St. Lawrence, where you will learn about the entombed body in the wall of the Basilica.

The tour guides are knowledgeable about the history and paranormal activity in Asheville. They are energetic and fun, and the spooky stories flow throughout the tour. The tour guides speak loudly so you will have no issues hearing every spooky tale.

The tour guide, Tad, is fantastic. He is hilarious while at the same time sharing the scariest stories about hauntings and history in Asheville. Another tour guide, Brian, is such a good storyteller. His storytelling draws you in, which makes you crave more stories that will stick with you for the rest of your stay in Asheville.

Book here: Asheville Night-Time Walking Ghost Tour

What you need to know

  • There is a maximum of 50 guests on this tour
  • Book in advance so you don’t miss out because tours will book quickly!

Asheville Terrors Dark Night Haunted Ghost Tour

Want to go on the best of the best Asheville ghost tours? Asheville Terrors Dark Night Haunted Ghost Tour tells the tales of the morbid history of the Jackson Building and the ghostly soldiers who roam the ground at the Vance Monument.

Visit Asheville’s most haunted locations with incredible storytellers, including tour guide Holly who really knows the history of Asheville’s haunted buildings and sites. The stories of the ghosts that linger at each stop are scary, and the atmosphere makes it even creepier.

If you love history, you will enjoy the story of Pack’s Tavern, which has a rich history of bootlegging during Prohibition.

Want to know more about Asheville’s dark past? Be sure to take the Asheville Terrors Dark Night Haunted Ghost Tour.

They also do ghost flix, a ghost tour live stream, so that you can enjoy a spooky ghost tour in Asheville from anywhere in the world. Tickets are available on their website here.

Book here: Asheville Terrors Dark Night Haunted Ghost Tour

What you need to know

  • There is a maximum of 15 guests on this tour
  • Book in advance so you don’t miss out because tours will book quickly!

Asheville Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl

Want to drink while listening to ghost stories? Of course, who wouldn’t? With Asheville Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl, you can drink the best cocktails while listening to the scariest ghost stories.

Asheville Terror’s has a super fun haunted pub crawl which includes two hours of drinking (you pay for your drinks) at four pubs, including Bhramari Brewing Company, 125 S Lexington Ave, Rankin Vault Cocktail Lounge, and Pack’s Tavern.

You will hear stories of Asheville’s haunted history that get creepier with every drink you consume. Walking between each pub, you will pass haunted locations like the Grove Arcade, Haywood Park Hotel and the Flatiron building.

As you pass each haunted site, you will hear the haunted history behind each place.

Book here: Asheville’s Haunted Pub Crawl – Asheville Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl

What you need to know

  • There is a maximum of 15 guests on this tour
  • Book in advance so you don’t miss out because tours will book quickly!

Asheville Ghost Tour: A Walk Through Riverside Cemetery & Montford Neighborhood

If you want to add a visit to a cemetery on your Asheville ghost tour, be sure to take the Asheville Ghost Tour: A Walk Through Riverside Cemetery & Montford Neighborhood.

The tour ventures through historic Riverside Cemetery, where you will hear haunted tales of the ghosts that still wander between the gravestones.

Riverside Cemetery is the burial site of many famous authors and has loads of haunted and dark history. You may even get the chance to enter a receiving vault where ghostly spirits have been captured in photographs.

Next, stroll through the Montford Neighborhood, where you will hear stories about Zelda Fitzgerald and the Pink Lady apparition that appears at the Grove Park Inn.

The tour ends with a walk through downtown Asheville where the ghost tour guides will talk about the empty tomb at the Basilica of Saint Lawrence.

If you love cemeteries and history, the Asheville Ghost Tour is one of the best ghost tours in Asheville for cemetery lovers.

 Book here: Asheville Ghost Tour: A Walk Through Riverside Cemetery & Montford Neighborhood

What you need to know

  • There is a maximum of 20 guests on this tour
  • Book in advance so you don’t miss out because tours will book quickly!

Haunted History & Murder Mystery Tour

If you want to go on one of the best ghost tours in Asheville in the comfort of a trolley, the Haunted History & Murder Mystery Tour by Grayline Asheville is the tour I recommend.

The tour guides are hilarious and incredibly knowledgeable and keep you engaged in the tour for the entire duration.

The tour visits some of the most haunted places in Asheville, where you will hear ghostly stories, including the story of the Pink Lady, of the Grove Park Inn and the ghost of Church Street.

If you want an excellent ghost tour without all the walking, take the Haunted History & Murder Mystery Tour on your next trip to Asheville.

Book here: Haunted History & Murder Mystery Tour

What you need to know

  • Book in advance so you don’t miss out because tours will book quickly!

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