It is no secret that Savannah, Georgia is one of the most haunted cities in the nation. It is Georgia's first city and was the site for war battles and diseases back in the 1700s and 1800s. While you visit this haunted city, you can visit and stay at these hotels and inns to see if you can see any wandering ghosts.\nIf you are looking for an adventure to take this summer, you have found your destinations!\n1. 17Hundred90 Inn and Restaurant\nView this post on Instagram Savannah’s historic district is beautiful to explore at night. #someoneisalwayswatching #savannahhauntedpubcrawl A post shared by Jessie C Toledo (@jessie_mst) on Mar 26, 2019 at 1:21pm PDT\nThis inn and restaurant are one of Savannah's oldest locations. Legend has it, a girl named Anna threw herself off a third story balcony and died, according to the Inn. In room 204, THE room, guests have reported jewelry missing, or things being taken out of their bags, according to the website. You actually have to sign a waiver if you want to stay in this haunted room and there is also a doll in the window that is a replica of Anna. Learn about the other two ghosts, here.\n2. The Marshall House\nView this post on Instagram The famous, haunted Marshall House where lost souls of soldiers from makeshift Civil War hospital and the victims of the Yellow Fever outbreak still roam. The beautiful exterior brick work was discovered in the 1980’s, hiding under a concrete coverup that was installed in the 1950’s. Beautiful masonry! #marshallhousesavannah #savannahgeorgia #hauntedhotel #keepyoureyespeeled👀 A post shared by Valerie Lowell (@valerie.lowell) on May 17, 2019 at 7:49am PDT\nThis used to be a hospital in 1864, but then it turned permanent hotel in 1999. This hotel used to be a hospital during the Civil War and was around for two yellow fever epidemics. Rumor has it that you can hear kids running down the hall at night and some guests have even seen sightings of ghosts in the foyer and along the long, dark, hotel hallways at night. Read about its reputation, here.\n3. Hamilton-Turner Inn\nView this post on Instagram A Savannah beauty🌿 Hamilton Turner Inn..the first home in Savannah to have electricity & allegedly, this is where Walt Disney himself got the idea for the haunted mansion ride @disney he apparently stayed here one night and heard a “party” going on downstairs that never happened.. Who thinks this is true? 🤔👻 A post shared by Marjan Conklin (@marjconklin_) on May 11, 2019 at 11:05am PDT\nYou might be familiar with this location because of the famous book, "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." It was built in 1783 and was a private mansion, and the basement eventually became a medical practice location. Many people died in this house including two little girls that lived there, and apparently, Dr. Turner performed autopsies in the basement. Some guests have heard little girls laughing and running down the halls, and footsteps next to their bed... spooky. Learn more about it, here.\n4. The Kehoe House\nView this post on Instagram should give u a discount. 💸🍷💸 A post shared by ♑️ lulu ♐️ (@_ludiiiviiine_) on Dec 11, 2018 at 11:13am PST\nThis hotel was once a boarding house and then a funeral home, both a little creepy. Built in 1892, this place is filled with history. For some reason, every haunted attraction includes guests hearing and seeing children running down the halls, and this location is no exception. Here is the creepiest thing guests have said... they have felt something touch them while they sleep, according to the Ghost City Tours. Check out what you'll be getting yourself into, here.\nThese inns and hotels all have history to them, and many people have died in each of them. If you are a sucker for a ghost encounter or story, you will want to check these places out.