Did you know some of the most haunted locations in Cincinnati can be found in one neighborhood? The most historic districts often hold a city's scariest secrets.
The historic Over-Rhine-Neighborhood, established by German immigrants in the 1830s, is home to carefully-restored 19th century buildings that seem to invite you in to meet the spirits of their original tenants. Clandestine tunnels under the streets, once for the purpose of circumventing city alcohol ordinances, are said to be haunted, and the remnants of the city's past live on in local tales of untimely deaths, disturbed graves, and unsolved murders.
"There were so many creepy moments during this tour- it felt like we were being watched by spirits everywhere we went!"
Highlighting local legends supported by meticulous historic research and personal interviews, our Cincinnati Ghost Tour is a step above the rest. Take in stories of murder and mayhem as our guides take you for a chilling exploration of some of the creepiest areas in Cincinnati. From the tainted site of a former orphanage and cemetery to the haunted tunnels beneath the very streets you stroll, you will be immersed in the mysterious world of the Queen City's hidden horrors.
Our tour will take you on a thrilling exploration of one of Cincinnati's oldest neighborhoods, where you will encounter paranormal hotspots, including:
Enjoy the stories of our professional guides as they will share chilling tales of Cincinnati's hauntings, history, and legends in its oldest and most paranormal neighborhood. Unexplained activity, chilling sensations, and otherwordly sounds are just a few of the unsettling events you may encounter along your journey.
Join us as we explore beyond the tourist attractions of Cincinnati, and experience the hauntings and horrors that lie beneath the charming exterior of the Queen City of the West.
"Ghosts are never just ghosts; they provide us with an insight into what haunts our culture."
- Andrew Smith
Meeting point address: In front of Memorial Hall, across from 1225 Elm St
Duration: 1 hr. across 1 mile
Parking: We recommend parking near Memorial Hall. To see options, click below:
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May 28th 2023
"Patrick was so pleasant and exceptionally knowledgeable! We definitely learned a lot on the history ... "
May 25th 2023
"Fun tour and great experience"
May 22nd 2023
"patrick was very nice and easy to listen to! tour was informative and had definitely worth the money ... "
Please arrive to the designated meeting location before your tour’s start time, or they may leave without you! Your email confirmation will verify map and meeting location.
No need to print anything out. Just show up, and the tour guide will mark you present! Please save your email confirmation handy on your phone for reference.
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This tour is a walking tour.
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