Always on the top 10 lists of America’s most haunted cities, you don’t have to go far in Savannah to find a little paranormal activity. Savannah’s so haunted that visiting any historic building or cemetery may result in a siting. If you’re out at night walking through the squares and happen to hear a childish giggle, beware. That laughter might come from beyond the veil! No matter if you’re on the hunt or just want a good scare, you’ll want to visit these iconic ghostly haunts.

Please note that the hours and opportunities listed below are subject to change and may have specific or different health and safety policies.
Please contact the locations before visiting to confirm, before visiting.


Colonial Park Cemetery

200 Abercorn Street

What better place to find a ghost than a cemetery?

Colonial Park Cemetery is home to more than 9,000 eternal residents but fewer than 1000 markers. This discrepancy could be attributed to the fact many people were buried in mass graves, while others had their grave makers knocked over or destroyed. This could also be the cause of the unrest, or it could be the desecration or history of losing bodies. You’ll have to ask the ghost.


Pirate’s House

20 East Broad Street

Once a saloon and rest stop for seafarers from abroad, The Pirates’ House still stands today as one of Savannah’s most well-known restaurants. However, The Pirates’ House can’t escape its dark past. Many were brutishly shanghaied down in the boarding house basement and forced to serve on the sea. There are many secrets to be discovered at this world-famous site – some you might meet over dinner.


17 Hundred 90

307 East President Street

The ghost of a woman scorned, a slave cook, and a servant boy are said to hang around 17 Hundred 90 Inn and Restaurant, haunting guests and diners alike. While dining at the restaurant, you may hear the cook banging on pots in the kitchen or see a glimpse of a little servant boy.


Moon River Brewing Company

21 West Bay Street

This brewery is considered by many to be the most haunted place in Savannah. Many guests have spotted a lady wearing white at the top of the restaurant’s staircase. Ghosts have also been known to throw bottles, breeze by patrons, and play tricks on staff members. Guests of Moon River Brewing Co. have nothing to worry about as long as they stay away from the basement and upstairs, which are the two most active paranormal spots in the joint.


Hamilton-Turner Inn

330 Abercorn Street

The Hamilton-Turner Inn was made famous in the book and movie, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Paranormal activities inside the inn include the sounds of children laughing, billiard balls rolling around on the upper floors, and sightings of a strange, cigar-smoking man sitting on the roof.

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