The Queen city ghosts haunted walking tour is a unique tour exclusively focused on places and associated scary stories of Charlotte, NC, that you will definitely enjoy!
Charlotte (also queen city) in North Carolina has a rich history and dark past.
Listen to the stories you might have never heard before from the Civil War and Prohibition Era.
Join a small group of people who are equally excited as you to be a part of this wonderful tour in queen city, North Carolina.
This article shares everything you should know before buying Queen City Ghosts Charlotte Most Haunted Tour tickets.
AT A GLANCE
Starting time: 8 pm &10 pm
Time needed: 1 hour (approx)
Ticket cost: US$30
What to expect at the Charlotte Haunted Ghosts Tour
Join the Queen City Ghosts Most Haunted Walking Tour to uncover Charlotte’s dark past.
Discover chilling tales from the Civil War and Prohibition eras.
Your expert guide leads a small group to mysterious locations like the Old Settler’s Cemetery and the infamous ‘Bootlegger House.’
1. First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte
Learn about disturbed gravesites, stolen corpses, and the wandering ghosts of early settlers that still haunt the cemetery at night.
2. Charlotte Fire Department – Station 4
Listen to chilling tales of firefighters who lost their lives in the line of duty, believed to haunt the building today.
3. 400 N Poplar St – The Bootlegger House
Discover the hidden door in the foyer bootleggers used to store their illicit items and hear stories of mischievous and spooky spirits that now haunt the grounds.
4. McNinch House Restaurant
Learn about the tragic accident of the former owner in the 1970s and how visitors claim her spirit still lingers within the restaurant.
5. Elevate at Tryon
Hear the haunting tale of one of Charlotte’s most devastating fires that occurred long ago, resulting in six deaths and severe injuries to nine people.
6. McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square
Explore the elegant building that was once the First Baptist Church of Charlotte for over 70 years, and uncover the mysteries of the area now known as the Bermuda Triangle.
Ticket Price: US$24
Where to book the tickets
On the ticket booking page, you can select the preferred date and number of tickets, and buy them immediately.
After the purchase, you will receive the tickets in your email.
You don’t need to get any printouts.
On the day of your visit, you can show your ticket on your smartphone to the tour guide and join the group.
Why online tickets are better
Tickets for Charlotte Haunted Ghosts Tour are $6 cheaper when you book them online.
When you book online, you also save a lot of time.
The Charlotte Ghosts Tour tickets get sold out fast on any given day as it has group limitations for its tour. Especially at weekends, it gets tough to get tickets.
We recommend online booking because you can book the tickets for any day and select your time slot as per your preference in advance.
Also, the immediate confirmation of tickets helps you avoid last-minute disappointments.
- This ticket does not include food and drinks
- This ticket does not include any kind of transportation or pick up and drop-off
- You should cancel your tickets at least 24 hours before your visit to get a full refund
- Only changes that are made at least 24 hours before your visit will be accepted
- If the tour is canceled from the organizer’s side, your amount will be refunded/rescheduled
How to reach
Address: 300 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28202, USA. Get directions.
The meeting point of the Queen city ghosts tour is at The Library Fountain – 6th & Tryon Street. Fortunately, it is conveniently located within reach of public transportation, and it is also easy to go on your own. Here is the information you need about transportation.
The meeting point of this tour is only five minutes from the Tryon St & Montford Point St bus stop, from where you can board bus number 11 or 12.
Buses numbers 16, 40x, 46x, 48x, 52x, 53x, 63x, 64x, 74x, 77x can take you to College St & 4th St bus stop, which is only eight minutes away from 300 N Tryon St (meeting point).
By Light Rail
You can board Light Rail 510 and get down at Tryon St light rail station, which is nearest to 300 N Tryon St. It is only four minutes away from the meeting point.
If you’re driving by car, turn on Google Maps and get started.
There are enough parking lots available near the meeting point. You can check by clicking on the parking option in the map.
FAQs about Charlotte Haunted Ghosts Tour
Here are some frequently asked questions about the Queen City Ghosts Charlotte Most Haunted Tour.
The stories shared during the tour are based on real historical events and local legends. Your expert guide will provide you with spine-tingling tales of ghostly encounters and eerie happenings that have been passed down through generations.
The tour is designed for adults and older children who enjoy spooky stories and ghostly legends. Some content may not be suitable for young children, so parental discretion is advised.
The tour involves walking through the uptown area of Charlotte, so comfortable walking shoes are recommended. While the pace is generally leisurely, be prepared for some walking and standing during the tour.
Please note that some locations on the tour may not be wheelchair accessible due to historical architecture and restrictions.
No, organizers do not grant refunds for those who arrive late or miss the tour under any circumstances. So please go on time.
Yes, visitors can happily take photos or videos during the tour, but it is important to remember that you abstain from flash photography.