Visit Queens Ferry Hotel, learn the sinister secrets of mysterious murders at Princes Street hotel and a local milk company, and hear bone-chilling anecdotes about experimental treatments at the former Auckland Lunatic Asylum.
This lantern-lit Auckland City Ghost Tour lasts two hours and includes haunting tales of murders, hangings, and pandemics dating back to pre-colonial times.
Visit pubs, parks, and former prisons while exploring Auckland’s hallowed halls and narrow alleyways.
On this small-group tour, you’ll hear strange tales from your ‘ghost walker’ guide, ensuring an intimate experience.
What to expect at the Ghost Tour?
Highlights of the Auckland Ghost Tour
- Navigate at night with a macabre ghost-walking tour.
- The ghost walking tour lasts 2 hours.
- A historical walk through haunted streets transports you back in time.
Auckland Ghost Tour schedule
The tour’s starting time is between 8 P.M to 10 P.M.
This ghost tour led by a local historian allows you to explore the paranormal side of Auckland.
Where does the Ghost Tour start?
The departure and return points are the same as below:
Britomart Train Station Location
Britomart Transport Centre, Lower Queen St Directions.
Tour Departs from the corner of Quay St and Queen St near the ICBC Bank.
Please look for the Ghost Walker with the Lantern
The Ghost Tour tickets
Purchasing tickets online can save money and avoid last-minute disappointment.
Adult ticket (12+ years): US$ 50
Child ticket (0 to 12 years): US$ 25
Children of all age groups are allowed on this trip.
How long does the Ghost Tour take?
The total duration of the tour is 2 hours.
Tour ends on Shortland Street.
Your 2-hour Auckland ghost walking tour begins in the central city, where you will meet your guide.
While walking along the beach, learn about New Zealand history, from indigenous Maori tribal warfare to the 1918 influenza outbreak.
Is the Auckland Ghost Tour worth it?
The Auckland Ghost tour is totally worth it!
Listen to spine-chilling murder and mayhem stories.
A small-group tour guarantees personalised attention.
You’ll hear chilling stories about the Short Street massacres, suitcase murders, and Albert Park suicides.
Relax with refreshments at Queens Ferry Hotel, home of the country’s oldest pub, the Gin Room (own expense).