Insider’s Guide to Halloween in Savannah
Halloween is the perfect time to get spooked, especially in one of the nation’s most haunted cities. With an abundance of haunted Savannah tours, cemeteries, historic buildings, and haunted houses to choose from, you’re sure to get your fair share of phantasms. Hop in a real funeral parlor hearse for a unique way to tour the city, scope out spirits with a guided Savannah ghost tour, or grab a bite to eat at one of Savannah’s famously-haunted joints. With so much history here, you’re in for a hauntingly great Halloween in Savannah!
Haunted Ghost Tours
Cruise over the cemeteries and through the beautiful streets of the Historic and Victorian districts in real hearses that were in service for over a decade with actual funeral parlors.
Named one of the Top 10 Ghost Tours in the World, Blue Orb Tours focuses on modern hauntings in Savannah. Choose from their Zombie Tour, Savannah Shadows Tour, or The Questionable Parents Tour.
Spend an evening discovering why Savannah is plagued by more than its share of paranormal activity. New doors will be opened to the “spirits and ghosts” of Savannah.
Explore the haunts of Savannah by foot with this candlelit tour where you’ll find out about the city’s most notorious ghosts and haunted tales.
Begin your paranormal exploration at the historically haunted Sorrel-Weed House, where you’ll find out about mysterious deaths that haunt the mansion to this day. Featured on SyFy and Travel Channel!
Climb aboard the Trolley of the Doomed for a chilling experience on this Savannah haunted tour, complete with stops at some of Savannah’s most haunted homes and cemeteries.
Haunted Pub Crawls
Take a Savannah haunted tour inside some of the most infamous landmarks. Experience first-hand some of the most haunted places featured on SyFy’s “Ghost Hunters” and Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures” all while enjoying brews and cocktails along the way!
Tag along with your costumed guide on a two-hour haunted pub crawl through Moon River Brewing, Molly Macpherson’s, and many more Savannah hotspots. You’re sure to enjoy more than one kind of “spirit” on this candlelit crawl! Discounts available for seniors and military.
Get dressed up and creep down Congress Street! Stop to take advantage of frighteningly good specials at participating establishments, and flaunt your Halloween costume for the chance to win the famed Costume Contest!
Savannah Haunted Houses & Attractions
Searching for a scare? You never know what may be hiding in the eerie, dark woods of the Haunted Forest in Savannah, GA.
Dare to take on one of the most frightening haunted houses in Savannah, GA! Hundreds were too scared to finish the haunted house last year; are you up for the challenge?
Explore over 100 hauntingly beautiful acres of gravestones at the famous Bonaventure Cemetery. Take the two hour tour and learn about the history — and haunts — of this iconic graveyard.
Established in 1750, Colonial Park Cemetery contains more than 9,000 graves over six acres of land. This haunted cemetery in Savannah, GA is sure to fulfill your fascination for phantasms!
Where to Eat & Drink
This Halloween, check out one of many Savannah restaurants that not only have delicious food and great drinks, but also are believed to be among some of the most haunted buildings in the city.
Housed in one of the oldest, most historic, and genuinely haunted buildings in Savannah, Moon River Brewing serves up mouth-watering bites, hand-crafted beers, and some unique history. In the mood for fresh, Southern favorites in an elegant atmosphere? Check out the Olde Pink House, Savannah’s only 18th century mansion. Or, get cozy at the restaurant at 17Hundred90, Savannah’s oldest inn, where you may even feel the spirit of resident ghost Anna Powers.
Looking for less tricks and more treats? Check out our list of dessert shops to satisfy your sweet tooth!
Where to Stay
Savannah is an extremely popular destination for Halloween, so we recommend booking your stay well in advance. Please choose from any of our five preferred Savannah hotel partners below to see rates and availability for holiday festivities, or call (912) 721.2305.