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Ghost City Tours

Washington DC is one of the most haunted cities in the United States.

It's more than the nation's capital and the heart of our government. It's a culturally rich city with impressive architecture as well as a hotbed for the paranormal. Join Ghost City Tours and find out who (or what) haunts the streets!

The All-Ages Ghosts of D.C. nightly walking ghost tour delivers a historically accurate yet spooky tour of Capitol Hill, exploring many haunted sites and the ghosts of our founding fathers. Learn about the Capital's history through the city's hauntings and ghost stories, with an emphasis on the city's dark past.
The Adults-Only Dark Nights in D.C. nightly walking ghost tour delivers a macabre tour written for adults that will look deeper into the city's dark past. It's also the most unique tour available. We feature Washington D.C.'s haunted locations to tell the fascinating stories of our nation's leaders and the hauntings that they created.

You will visit many amazing locations during Ghost City Tours...such places like the Old Brick Capitol, the U.S. Capitol Building, the Cannon House, the Octagon Museum, the Decatur House, the Hay-Adams House/Hotel, St. John's Episcopal Church, the Library of Congress, and of course the White House.
Group discounts for 12+ guests, Military Discounts, and private tours are available upon request. Please call us at 855-999-9026 or e-mail us at [email protected] for more information.

  • Free Wifi
  • Guided tours available
  • Private Tour
  • Educational Programming
  • Open to public
  • ADA compliant
Group Maximum


Length of Tour

1-2 Hours


DC Metro Area
Washington, DC 20001
United States

(855) 999-9026

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