We provide the best haunted tours of Boston, going in depth into the history of this amazing city.

Haunted Sites

Union Oyster House

Union Oyster House

Rumor has it that long-time patron John F. Kennedy still haunts the walls (and, according to some reports, the washrooms) of America’s oldest continually operated restaurant. The Oyster House has its share of tourist kitsch at this point, but the low ceilings and cramped corridors […]

USS Salem

USS Salem

This perfectly preserved WWII heavy cruiser is a beloved staple of the Boston museum circuit, and happens to be scary AF. That’s official, courtesy of Ghost Hunters. The ship’s well-documented hauntings include apparitions, disembodied footsteps, and the noises of a crew working on an empty ship, […]

Omni Parker House

Omni Parker House

This is arguably Bostons most haunted and famous ghost tourism landmark. This hot spot for ghost visits famously features an elevator which makes its own stops on the third floor, where an actress died in 1876. A long dead owner by the name of Harvey […]

Fall River

Fall River

Ghost hunters and lovers of the macabre have long frequented Lizzie Borden’s home. Although she was the only suspect in the bloody 1892 double murder of her parents, Victorian society seemed unable to believe that a woman was capable of an act so brutal. Lizzie […]

The Liberty, Beacon Hill

The Liberty, Beacon Hill

Boston’s Charles Street Jail was remodeled into a luxury hotel that relishes its roots; the cellblock rooms and original catwalks lining the atrium remind you that a prison always has stories to tell. For instance, a captured German U-boat captain killed himself while imprisoned here […]