Where the Past Blends With The Present
Did you know Baltimore is said to have more spirits per mile than any other city in the United States?
Established in 1779 as a rowdy seaport town, Baltimore has experienced its share of tragedy- wars, murders, addiction, and infectious disease are a few examples of the turmoil and trouble this port city has faced. With an origin story that dates back centuries, it is unsurprising that Baltimore's iconic neighborhoods boast bone-chilling stories of figures that wander the cobblestone streets and manifest inside the historical buildings, walking the line between this world and the one beyond.
"Just the right blend of spookiness and history. We could feel spiritual energy around us the whole time!"
What is the Baltimore Ghost Tour About?
The Baltimore Ghost Tour is based on meticulously-researched anecdotes and historical records, ensuring a journey into the darkest corners of Baltimore's tragic past. Steel yourself for a frighteningly good time as expert guides escort you on a spine-tingling exploration of the most haunted locations in the city. From the tragic death of one of America's most revered writers to a mysterious, faceless girl that appears during the full moon, you will visit the most legendary haunts and terrifying tales of Baltimore's famous Fells Point neighborhood.
What You Will See on This Tour:
Explore an eerie mile of Baltimore's haunted locations is historic Fells Point, including
- The unexplained activity at the Waterfront Hotel
- The woman in white at Max's Taphouse
- The phantom parties at the Admiral Fell Inn
- The faceless child at Bertha's Restaurant & Bar
- And so much more...
From pirates to Poe, professional guides will share eerie tales from one of Baltimore's most historic and haunted neighborhoods. Walk in the footsteps of some of Baltimore's most notorious characters and prepare to encounter some strange sensations, disembodied voices, or the chill of an icy finger along your spine on the way.
Join us as we explore the places the light can't reach in Baltimore's historic Fells Point, where the dead still walk among us and a sudden drop in temperature may mean more than inclement weather.
"Death is no more than passing from one room into another."
Meeting point address: Corner of Lancaster St and S Broadway
Duration: 1 hr. across 1 mile
Parking: We recommend parking near Max's Taphouse. To see options, click below:
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February 4th 2024
"Claire was a great guide and story teller. She was very nice and included a lot of details."
January 25th 2024
"Last night, I had the pleasure of experiencing the ghost tour in Fells Point, Baltimore, and it was ... "
December 16th 2023
"It was a very fun tour. We happened to be the only people for our time so it was essentially a priva ... "
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This tour is a walking tour.