Haunted Pubs of Savannah
Operates daily at 7:15 pm. Reservations are required at least 24 hours in advance. This tour does not operate on St. Patrick's Day and Christmas Day.
Tour Participation Requirements
You may want to brace yourself with a strong drink (or two) as you embark on this tour of the most haunted drinking spots in Savannah.
The Moon River Brewing Company wasn't always a local watering hole. It began its life as the City Hotel in 1821, an elegant destination that hosted prestigious guests (the Marquis de Lafayette and naturalist James Audubon included), and served as a meeting place for Savannah's high society.
But during the Civil War, it was a hospital where hundreds of men, women, and children died, many of yellow fever. Many of the poltergeists haunting the place are children. There's also a basement ghost named Toby, who provokes any who dare to set foot into his territory, a troublesome upstairs spirit, given the moniker "Mrs. Johnson," and a woman in period clothing who is frequently spotted staring down at patrons from the top of the stairs. If you feel one of the resident spirits bump up against you or touch your face, maybe it's time for you to ask the bartender for a spirit of your own.
Slaves to the afterlife
There are closed-off tunnels beneath the 250-year old Pirates' House restaurant, where drunken men, who had passed out, were once transported from the restaurant to ships miles off shore and forced into labor. It's said that the ghosts of these pirate slaves float from table to table here, although nobody knows if they're looking for a drink or trying to find those who sent them to their doom.
Full refunds issued for cancellations made 7 full days prior to the date and time of requested services. Cancellations made within the 7-day and 72-hour window will receive a 50% refund of purchase total. Purchases are non-refundable inside of 72 hours.