Georgia is known to have some pretty creepy spots fueled by the age and storied history there is within some of its cities. Spooky season is creeping up quickly, so planning out your haunted house adventures and fall road trips are a must. While planning, consider visiting some of the most haunted spots in Georgia.\nFrom Atlanta to Augusta and even Savannah, you can visit a few spots that have been put on local legends lists and some even scoped out by bonafide ghost hunters to see how brave you really are.\nThese seven destinations include places you can just explore for the day, dine at, and even endure the ultimate test of bravery by spending the night.\nEditor's Choice: 7 Cute Georgia Towns To Put On Your Fall Bucket List\nWhether you're into more suspenseful Hocus Pocus and Halloweentown type spooks or Grave Encounter experiences that'll send chills up your spine, there's something for everyone on this list.\nGet ready to load up the car and check out seven of the most haunted spots in Georgia.\nOakland Cemetery \nPrice: Free\nAddress: 248 Oakland Ave., SE, Atlanta, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: There are over 70,000 people buried in this famous cemetery and there are many local rumors of Confederate soldier ghost sightings throughout the property.\n View this post on Instagram this was the largest and most beautiful cemetery that also had a green house attached and WOW A post shared by Rhiannon Râteau (@mewtwos) on May 6, 2019 at 9:09am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nThe Partridge Inn\nPrice: $99+/night\nAddress: 2110 Walton Way, Augusta, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: This mansion turned inn was built in 1836. A ghost of a widowed bride is said to roam the hallways. Stay here to see if you can spot her weeping down the halls.\n View this post on Instagram We welcome you with hospitality and gratitude!⠀ #thepartridgeinn #southernhospitality #hilton #exploregeorgia #georgiahotels #visitaugusta A post shared by The Partridge Inn (@thepartridgeinn) on Aug 2, 2020 at 5:34pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\n\n\nThe Pirates' House\nPrice: 💸💸\nAddress: 20 E Broad St, Savannah, GA \nWhy You Need To Go: This used to be a meeting place for both seamen and pirates in the 1700s. There've been many claimed sightings of pirate ghosts throughout the restaurant, so keep your eyes peeled while dining.\n View this post on Instagram You’re probably wondering why I posed in front of this so called “Pirate House”. Well, it’s not just what the name implies, an inn for visiting sailors as Savannah was a thriving seaport city, but it also has a secret tunnel system underneath that was used for various reasons throughout history. From kidnapping, drugging, and forcing sailors to join their crew aka “shanghaing” to hiding whiskey during the prohibition period, this place has a lot of old tales and not to mention, reported sightings of apparitions! It’s haunted y’all. Actually, Savannah is known to be one of the most haunted places in America. This Pirate House is 1 of 6 most haunted places in Savannah. In addition, many of you, at least around my age or older, might recall an American children’s classic novel named “Treasure Island”. The story was inspired by this former inn written by Robert L. Stevenson. #captainjohnflint #billybones #prohibition #seaport #savannah #piratehouse #haunted #ghosttown #americanhistory #bestpecanglazedfriedchickenintown #savannah #georgia #shanghaing #peachy #friedchicken #southernhospitality #ifyoudidntknownowyouknow #travelgram #travel #travelphotography A post shared by Zubia (@the_alchemist786) on Aug 5, 2020 at 2:50pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\n\n\n17Hundred90 Inn and Restaurant\nPrice: $109+/night\nAddress: 307 E President St., Savannah, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: This is one of the cities oldest places to stay. There's one room that's allegedly so haunted that you used to have to sign a waiver to stay in it, but now it's every man for themselves if they decide to stay in room 204.\n View this post on Instagram We spotted Anna in her window, one of the most famous ghost-girls in the city who haunts the upstairs guest rooms waiting for the return of her lost love at 17 Hundred 90 Inn and Restaurant. What an epic ghostly adventure that we are not sure to forget. Thank you for the awesome tour Crow. #hauntedsavannah #savannahterrors A post shared by Gregory Nixon (@fotogn83) on May 17, 2020 at 5:43am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\n\n\nHamilton-Turner Inn\nPrice: $229+/night\nAddress: 330 Abercorn St., Savannah, GA \nWhy You Need To Go: You might recognize this spot from Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Many paranormal occurrences such as hearing children laughing, balls rolling around and even a few sightings have been said to of occurred here. \n View this post on Instagram One of the prettiest towns in the USA, Savannah GA 🍑 • • На мой взгляд один из самых красивых городов в США, город Саванна в штате Джорджия 🍑. • • Если вы еще не голосовали в моих сториз, пожалуйста, проголосуйте сегодня, это очень важно для меня: нужно ли мне создавать отдельный аккаунт, в котором я буду говорить не о моде, лайфстайл и путешествиях, а о действительности наших дней.. #саванна #джорджия #сша #путешествия #lifestyle #travelphotography #traveltheworld #savannahgeorgia #savannah #beautifuldestinations #ootd #styleblog A post shared by Natalia Tong (@nata_the_one) on Jun 9, 2020 at 6:48am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\n\n\nMoon River Brewing Company \nPrice: 💸\nAddress: 21 W Bay St., Savannah, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: There have been sights of paranormal activity by guests and professional ghost hunters at this brewery. They even have ghost tours that are so scary you'll have to sign a waiver before participating in it. \n View this post on Instagram You lift the glass and feel a chill. Juicy hop aromas seem to materialize, bewitching the senses. Tantalized, you take a sip and time fades away. Then you see her glide towards you; the Lady in White. Is she a wheat ale? An IPA? It seems inconsequential. Ethereal and serene, she ensnares you in another sip. Now your actions are not your own. Another sip. You enter her realm, possessed by her charms. Your mind is now hers, bequeathed to her power for all time. Haunting our taps for a limited time beginning Friday 2/28 at 6pm. 👻 #ladyinwhite #wheatale #craftbeer #independentbeer #seektheseal #drinklocal #moonriver #smallbatch #hauntedhistory #historicsavannah #visitsavannah #visitgeorgia #savannahga #newbrew #savannah #supportyourlocalbrewery #whattodoinsavannah #beer #savannahgeorgia #apparition A post shared by Moon River Brewing Company (@moonriverbrew) on Feb 20, 2020 at 10:29am PST\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\n\n\nThe Olde Pink House\nPrice: 💸💸💸\nAddress: 23 Abercorn St., Savannah, GA\nWhy You Need To Go: This upscale restaurant is said to be occupied by the original owner's ghost and a few war vets. While you're chowing down on some salmon, you could get a glimpse of what used to be.\n View this post on Instagram 💕THE OLDE PINK HOUSE💕 This is an absolute must visit in Savannah, GA! When asking locals if places I had on my list to stop were solid or tourist traps, even they said we had to go here. The food, drinks, and staff are on point, but @theoldepinkhouse is so much more than that! The architecture, decor, and history take The Olde Pink House to the next level. We were only nibbling when we stopped here, so we just got a couple of small things: +strawberry arugula salad (we subbed romaine for arugala) +southern nachos Both were so good, but the look Remi and I simultaneously got on our faces at the first bite of the nachos said it all. Our lives were forever changed—for the better (or worse, knowing we would have to drive back to Savannah every time we wanted to have this moving experience). I recommend making reservations and enjoying a full meal here. I had The Pink Lady to drink which was simply fresh squeezed lemonade and raspberry vodka 👌🏼 Once we were done sippin and nibblin we went through and did a little (self guided) tour of the house. There were so many different rooms! Most available for dining, the upstairs had an area for banquets as well. There was a cute balcony patio that seemed most desirable to me 🥰 Once you think you’ve hit the first and second floor, you may think you’re done. But you aren’t. Make sure you explore the basement (The Tavern)! You totally get the speakeasy vibe down there. Aside from The Tavern, there is also The Vault...now used as a wine cellar. This room was used as a vault when the house acted as a bank (the first bank in Savannah actually). Now the room can be reserved to have a romantic candlelit dinner for two for special occasions! Reserving the room costs nothing, however it books up quick! So make sure you plan ahead🤪 Have you been to The Olde Pink House?! #savannahgeorgia #savannahga #discoversavannah #visitsavannah #exploresavannah #discovergeorgia #visitgeorgia #exploregeorgia #theoldepinkhouse #pinkhouse #pinkpinkpink #pinkandgreen #travelblogger #mustvisit #travelguide #travelguides #thevault #savannaheats #savannahfood #floridablogger #southernstyle #southerngirl #georgiapeach #georgiatravel A post shared by DESTINY | TRAVEL BLOGGER (@_appetiteforadventure_) on Aug 25, 2020 at 9:11am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\nSo, where to first on this haunting road trip?\n\n\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.