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This Spooky Trolley Tour Will Take You To Savannah's Most Haunting Spots

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Most Haunted City In Georgia Savannah Has Chilling Ghost And Gravestones Trolley Tour

August is almost over, which means that the spooky season is right around the corner. Once the temperatures start to drop, the pumpkin decorations make their debut and people start crafting that picture-perfect Pinterest board full of Halloween costume ideas. One way to really get in the spirit is to visit the one of the most haunted cities in Georgia, Savannah, and take a tour through some of the most active ghost spots.

Ghosts & Gravestones tour in Savannah, Georgia runs all year round, but it's extra scary when the Halloween season rolls around.

Tickets run for about $31 and the tour will teach you all about how the entire city was built on ancient Native American burial grounds. Pet Semetery vibes, anyone?

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The trolley will take you all through Downtown Savannah and you'll even get off and explore a few of these haunted locations.

You'll ride past old cemeteries and battlegrounds that'll make you swear you heard a few gunshots or echos of the past. There won't be any jump scares on this tour, unless you see a ghost at one of the stops that you didn't expect to see or select the 

Ghosts & Gravestones have recently revamped their tour as well; guests will now be able to go to two new exclusive haunted venues when taking the night tour.

Hold on to your seats ladies and gents, it's going to be a spooky ride.

The first stop is at the Andrew Low House. A few ghosts have been known to haunt this spot, including a butler and a lady who can be seen lying on one of the beds. Some guests have even been able to smell a hint of perfume and rocking chairs move on their own.

The final stop is at the Perkin’s and Sons Ship Chandlery on River Street, where you'll follow a ghost host and experience paranormal encounters that'll send chills up your spine.

The entire tour is about an hour and 15-minutes long, and rated PG-13. Those who are under 18 must have an adult accompany them if they want to go on this haunted tour.

There will be hand sanitizing stations before you hop on the trolley; guests and team members are required to wear masks during the duration of the tour.

Get ready to be spooked out of your mind — and if you happen to be in Florida, they have a ride through The Sunshine State's most haunting destinations too!

Ghosts & Gravestones

Price: $31.73

Address: 301 E River St., Savannah, GA

Why You Need To Go: This spooky ghost tour will take you to some of the most haunted places in the entire city of Savannah.

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