You will see David Lawrence Convention Center, Senator John Heinz History Center, The Pennsylvanian Apartments, Grant Street, Allegheny County Juvenile Court, Allegheny County Courthouse, Frick Building and Mellon Square
Are you ready to be shivered and terrified by some strange ghost stories in Pittsburgh Ghost Tour?
You’ll explore the city by night during this small-group history-themed ghost tour, listening to quirky and scary stories along the way.
Highlights include the Grant Street parade route, Hollywood history at Allegheny County Juvenile Court, and the Frick Building’s ghost.
In the Evening ghost tour of Pittsburgh enjoy a personalised tour experience in a group of no more than 12 people.
What to expect at the Ghost Tour?
Highlights of the Pittsburgh Ghost Tour
- Discover Pittsburgh’s historic landmarks in a new light.
- Check off a mix of lesser-known and well-known attractions.
- Freebies: Receive free coupons from restaurant partners.
Pittsburgh Ghost Tour schedule
The tour’s starting time is 6 P.M during Fall or Winter.
Morning Ghost tour timing is 11.30 A.M between December and February.
This ghost tour led by a local historian allows you to explore the paranormal side of Pittsburgh.
Where does the Pittsburgh Ghost Tour start?
The departure and return points are the same as below:
1049 Penn Ave
1049 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, USA
We are located on the Penn Ave side of the Convention Center, between 10th + 11th Street, two doors up from Jimmy John’s.
Look for the white bike in the window.
The Ghost Tour tickets
Purchasing tickets online can save money and avoid last-minute disappointment.
Adult ticket (14 to 80 years): US$ 30.61
Child ticket (6 to 13 years): US$ 20.39
Infant ticket (0 to 5 years): Free
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.
Join us on this spooky history tour! Discover the spookiest parts of Pittsburgh’s downtown!
Our tour guides are locals who genuinely love their city; they are extremely knowledgeable and willing to go above and beyond for you if you have a specific interest.
Children under the age of six, as well as dogs, are welcome with prior notice and proper supervision.
Is the Pittsburgh Ghost Tour worth it?
The Pittsburgh Ghost tour is totally worth it!
During the quiet evening hours, visit outstanding historic landmarks (often beautifully lit up in the darker and colder months) and learn about their history and which spirits lurk within them.
Don’t worry about picking up any ghostly visitors; the entire tour takes place outside!