Did you know Newport is 380 years old and was plagued by pirates for much of that time? A city with this much tumultuous history is bound to be haunted.
When you think of haunted New England, the colonial town of Newport should instantly spring to mind. With a history of inexplicable tragedies, mass executions, and bone-chilling encounters, Newport has no shortage of eerie locations and mysterious legends that are sure to send a volley of chills down your spine.
“This tour was eye-opening! I visit every summer, but I had no idea Newport could be so creepy at night!”
Centered on famous local accounts of tragic events and haunted hotspots, the Newport Ghost Tour is like no other experience in town. Enjoy a frighteningly entertaining evening as knowledgeable guides introduce you to a lineup of Newport’s most infamous haunted sites. From the appearance of abandoned ghost ships approaching the harbor to phantom faces glimpsed through the windows of one of Rhode Island’s oldest churches, you will hear the stories that turn Newport’s illustrious history into truly chilling phenomena when the sun goes down.
Our tour will take you on a creepy mile of locations known for eerie local legends and ghostly activity, like:
Join expert local guides to explore the darker, more ominous, side of the picturesque summer destination that is Newport. Unexplained sounds, otherworldly encounters, and chilling sensations may be some of the souvenirs you take home with you after your visit.
Discover the iconic landmarks and eerie locations that make Newport one of the most haunted cities in Rhode Island.
“When there’s no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth.” - George A. Romero
Meeting point address: Washington Square Park
Duration: 60-90 minutes
Parking: Newport Visitor Center
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December 9th 2022
"My husband and I loved the ghost tour led by Michelle! She did a fantastic job and was VERY knowledg ... "
November 6th 2022
"Fun tour of the dark history of Newport. Our guide "Michelle" was knowledgeable and informative on t ... "
January 1st 1970
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This tour is a walking tour.
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