Savannah: Twilight Ghost Walking Tour
- Learn why Savannah can't let go of its superstitious leanings and haunted memories
- Tour the places where legends and whispers swirl, as darkness falls and mysteries deepen
- Get inside information and details not available from general sources
Take a twilight stroll along the city's shadowy squares and beneath the moss-covered trees as your guide recounts tales of old superstitions and practices, some of which are still practiced today! The local Gullah culture includes mystical and magical traditions imported from Africa.
Your guide is knowledgeable and will take you through the colonial part of the historic district, matching famous and infamous sites with local legends, hauntings and even an exorcism or two that people still talk about in hushed tones.
Savannah might be more superstitious than other cities, but it has its reasons, and you can learn them while the night is still young.
- Knowledgeable guide
Prepare for the activity
The tour starts from Johnson Square, at the corner of Bull Street and East Congress Street. The tour meets by the sundial in the square. Metered parking spots are available in the area, and a new city parking garage is located within a block of Johnson Square. The garage, located at the corner of Drayton Street and East Bryan Street, has entrances on Drayton and Abercorn streets. It charges $1.00 for the first hour, and $0.50 for each additional hour, up to a maximum of $4.00 per day.Open in Google Maps ⟶
• Walks will depart in light rain, so please bring an umbrella or rain coat if the weather looks questionable
• During the summer, please be mindful of the Southern heat and humidity, and bring water along