Did you know that Williamsburg has been haunted almost from its inception? This living history town contains some of the most haunted locations in the country.
Home to some of the oldest buildings in America, Williamsburg was a town full of patriotic fervor and the spirit of freedom- passions that birthed the American Revolution. It was also the scene of painful sacrifices, misfortune, and despair for some of its residents. Violent and tragic events have left their mark on this illustrious town, where the fight for independence overshadowed other stories of love, loss, and the casualties of war."
"We had such a good time and a creepy one! You definitely could feel the darker spirits in some of the buildings- I have to admit I was scared!"
Our Ghost Tour of Williamsburg is rooted in haunting local legends supported by authentic historical research, blending to provide you a tour experience like none other in the fascinating colonial town. You will hear stories of tragedy and terror as our knowledgeable guides escort you on a hair-raising journey to the most haunted locations in Williamsburg. From ghostly music emanating from a local church, to the mansion known as the most haunted house in Virginia, you will seek out the spirits that call Williamsburg their forever home.
Our tour will immerse you in a full hour of exploration of some of the oldest and most haunted locations in Williamsburg, including:
Our professional storytellers will share eerie tales of Williamsburg's haunted history and lingering legends that may explain why spirits still reside in the preserved buildings after over three centuries. Spectral apparitions, spooky sounds, and unexplained events are just a few of the experiences you may witness on this unique tour.
Come join us to explore the scarier side of Williamsburg and walk centuries-old paths through the historic town... though you may not walk alone.
"The lawn/ is pressed by unseen feet, and ghosts return/ Gently at twilight, gently go at dawn,/ The sad intangible who grieve and yearn..."
T. S. Eliot
Meeting point address: 428 W. Duke of Gloucester Street, at the statue of Thomas Jefferson in front of the Kimball Theatre
Duration: 1 hr. across 1 mile
Parking: We recommend parking near Duke of Gloucester Street. To see options, click below.
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October 4th 2023
"Rob was great! His storytelling was outstanding!"
October 4th 2023
"Rob was awesome. Very knowledgeable, interesting and was an excellent tour. Would highly recommend."
October 3rd 2023
"Patrick was very knowledgeable as well as entertaining. Thoroughly enjoyed the tour."
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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