You will see Gatlinburg Space Needle, Gatlinburg First United Methodist Church, White Oak Flats Cemetery, Mountain Mall, Edgewater Hotel and Conference Center Gatlinburg and Mysterious Mansion
In Gatlinburg Ghost Tours, pass by famous landmarks for a Thrilling Dark History Walking Ghost Tour.
You will hear stories of tragic deaths, cannibalism, and witchcraft.
Discover the history of Gatlinburg, Tennessee. While exploring, listen to accounts of historical hauntings.
What to expect at the Gatlinburg Ghost Tour?
Highlights of the Gatlinburg Ghost Tour
- During a ghost tour of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, learn about the town’s sinister past.
- Keep an eye out for any paranormal activity lurking in the area as you explore.
- A small group means more one-on-one time with your guide.
- A central meeting point ensures a smooth start.
Gatlinburg Ghost Tour schedule
The tour’s starting time is 8 P.M.
This ghost tour led by a local historian allows you to explore the paranormal side of Gatlinburg.
Where do the Gatlinburg Ghost Tour start?
The departure and return points are the same as below:
115 Historic Nature Trail
115 Historic Nature Trail, Gatlinburg, TN 37738, USA
Meet our expert tour guide outside the Gatlinburg Space Needle at 115 Historic Nature Trail, Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
The Ghost Tour tickets
Purchasing tickets online can save money and avoid last-minute disappointment.
Adult ticket (0+ years) for 90-min Gatlinburg Ghost Tours: US＄35.79
Adult ticket (0+ years) for 1-hour Gatlinburg Ghost Tours: US＄ 30.68
Children of all age groups are allowed on this trip.
How long does the Ghost Tour take?
The total duration of the tour is between 60 minutes to 90 minutes.
Arrive at least 15 minutes before your tour is scheduled to begin.
See where the ghosts of today and the past roam these streets, looking for the peace they couldn’t find in this strange corner of Tennessee.
Are the Gatlinburg Ghost Tours worth it?
The Gatlinburg Ghost Tours are totally worth it!
Take the Gatlinburg Haunts tour for a guided tour of this mountain town’s dark wooded corners.
Cannibals, family feuds that go back generations, and a healthy witchcraft tradition call this place home.