Ghost Tour Meeting Location: Tours meet at 139 Tremont St, at the entrance to Boston Common

Tour Duration: 1hr. across 1 mile

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Ghost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

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In Cold Blood: True Crime
Tickets Start At $25

Boston Ghosts

Learn the truth behind Boston's gruesome past, a story violently turned by the spirit of revolution and liberty that now lives on under the calm night sky through the city's lost souls.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02118

Tour TimeTour Times: 8:00 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 1 Hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Boston Pub Crawl
Tickets Start At $30

Boston Ghosts Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl

Dip into the most haunted locations and beloved watering holes in a city that has been busy drinking before the country was born.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111

Tour TimeTour Times: 5:30 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 2 Hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Boston Common
Tickets Start At $25

Rockstars of the Revolution: Blazing the Boston Freedom Trail

Journey through time on The Boston Freedom Trail and hear harrowing stories of the revolution that built the foundation of the nation.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02118

Tour TimeTour Times: 11:00 AM

Tour LengthTour Length: 1.5 hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Boston Monument 54th Regiment
Tickets Start At $25

In Cold Blood: Boston True Crime Experience

Catch a glimpse of Boston's dark side as we reveal thrilling accounts of its notorious criminals and the crimes they committed in cold blood.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: Meet your tour guide in front of the George Washington Statue in Boston Public Garden.

Tour TimeTour Times: 3:00 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 2 hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Women Leading Tour Group
Tickets Start At $25

Untold Stories of the Wonder Women of Boston

Join this unique tour of Boston and learn about its renowned history from the perspective of the strong women who became its unsung heroines!

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: Public Garden entrance at the corner of Beacon and Charles St

Tour TimeTour Times: Email for availability

Tour LengthTour Length: 2 hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Visit the Most Haunted Places in Boston

Boston has a unique place in American history. It’s famous for Fenway Park, legendary football, baked beans, and craft beer—the American Revolution began and was fought on these very streets. Given that storied reputation, many people fail to see the foreboding darkness that lurks at the edges of the city’s historical working-class surface.

Ghosts have been a part of Boston’s legacy since the very earliest days. Book your Boston ghost tour today to get up close and personal with the gritty stories that make Boston so famous.


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Omni Parker House

The Old Granary Burial Ground is the third oldest memorial site in Boston. Here, you can see the headstones of some of the country’s most notable figures. Benjamin Franklin’s parents, Abiah and Josiah Franklin, are currently resting in Old Granary. Several people who have visited the site at night have captured images of supposedly ghostly figures roaming around. Whether it’s neighboring ghosts or Franklin’s parents, it’s an eerie view into history you won’t want to miss.


Boston Athenaeum

The Boston Athenaeum is perhaps one of the spookiest locations on our ghost tour, even if you’re a skeptic. From books made of human skin and several photos of eerie cemeteries, it’s no wonder that countless people rush to this site annually. However, the ghosts that are said to roam around the Athenaeum aren’t your typical sinister spirits. Some visitors claim to feel enlightened when they encounter specific figures, such as the ghost of Reverend Harris, whose spectral presence appears in the library. The writer Nathaniel Hawthorne even saw the Reverend once reading his own obituary.


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King’s Chapel and Burying Ground

Chapels and cemeteries frequently attract visitors from other parts of the world. After all, it’s where the dead are laid to rest. The King’s Chapel and Burying Ground in Boston is no exception. The site is well-preserved and sports a Victorian-era design. People who visit the cemetery claim to see shadow figures roaming around at night. The two spirits thought to be held responsible for the hauntings are Elizabeth Pain and Joseph Tapping.




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What to Expect on Your Boston Ghost Tour

For a city that played a large part in forming the American cultural identity, Boston also has a discomforting connection to the otherworldly. Boston Ghosts offers an uncompromising look at what makes Beantown such a compelling haunted location.

As the birthplace of America’s revolutionary spirit, many people have ventured to the city in the hopes of being a part of history. What they did not know, though, is that sometimes history deals in cruel ironies. The blood spilled on these streets in the name of freedom and liberty has left an indelible mark on the area – one that can still be felt today.

Sure, you can read about the tragedy and death that underlie Boston’s legendary history, but experiencing its horrifying truth in person at night will help make you feel like you are a part of the city’s strange and ghastly history. Reserve your tour today and experience the side of Boston that you won’t see in the history books.




Discover the Horrors That Haunt Boston

Learn about Quaker martyrs who committed to their beliefs only to find themselves paying the ultimate price.

Visit the atmospheric Old Granary burial ground, the last resting place of Paul Revere, John Hancock, and Samuel Adams.

Discover the terrifying legend of the innocent person buried alive and their eternal appeals for freedom.

Check out Boston Common at night, and keep an eye out for ghostly figures swinging from the trees.

Take a walk with us to learn about haunted libraries, cemeteries, courthouses, and more.


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Why You Should Book Your Boston Ghost Tour Tonight!


Haunted by its first owner and other notable ghostly guests, the Omni Parker House is considered Boston’s most haunted location. One room in particular has caused so much trouble, terror, and grief that the hotel was eventually forced to convert it into a storage room, lest they risk another guest suffering from a grisly night’s stay in the cursed room. What could possibly drive a hotel to permanently retire an otherwise perfectly good guest room? Discover the details on the Boston Ghosts tour.


This seemingly placid area is the country’s oldest park. For a century of its long history, Boston Common was the site of hundreds of hangings. Not all of the victims of these executions managed to escape the park, even after death. The grim ghosts of the hanging victims are the least of your paranormal concerns in the Common. Keep your eyes open and your wits about you whenever you’re at this park… or else.


Witness the birthplace of the Boston Tea Party protest and the very American Revolution itself at the Old South Meeting House. This building is of crucially historic importance, but that’s not the only legacy the meeting house is known for. There is a particular specter that sometimes appears. It always acts as a harbinger of impending death. Or perhaps it’s no messenger of death at all, but instead directly responsible for the string of deaths that have befallen the unlucky ones who’ve encountered it. Tread very, very carefully here, and hope you don’t end up seeing this fatal spirit.


This former hub of Boston’s local government has since become a bustling mixed-use commercial and office property. Because of its historical significance being covered up with the new polish of redevelopment, at least one ghost exacts its revenge for this perceived disrespect for history on visitors. The Old City Hall may be magnificent looking, but watch where you look inside…