US Ghost Adventures Statement and Policy on Coronavirus

Notice: Tours have resumed with the following precautions

Guests must remain masked at all times
Guides must remain masked unless speaking at a distance of over 8 feet from guests


We have been monitoring the COVI-19 Pandemic very closely since February. Fortunately, since reopening in June of 2020, we have not had a single incident of spread or infection in any of 20 cities and large numbers of guests. We contribute this to the safe activity of the tours, as well as our company policy. Tours are a relatively safer activity compared to others because they involve: 
  • walking in outside spaces
  • all persons to wear a mask
  • no interaction between guests
  • limited duration (1hr to 90min)
  • no touching and handling of items between persons
  • no indoor spaces
  • are not held in large gatherings (over 50 persons)

The covid-19 situation is very fluid and we will continue to make adjustments as needed as things change.

To prevent spread of the virus and protect the health and safety of our staff and guests, guests who are feeling unwell, come into contact with someone who tested positive, or believe they may be at risk of transmitting COVID19 or any other condition, must not attend the tour and will be refunded fully, or given a 2-year credit for a future tour in any of our cities. 

 
We highly recommend enabling the covid-19 tracker on your smartphone and turn on the covid-19 exposure alerts: iOS/Apple and on Android
Contact us promptly before your tour to inform us of your condition, but please, do not risk infecting others!
 
If you do attend a tour in person
  • keep your distance from the guide.
  • do not touch the tour guide or shake their hand
  • stand six feet away from them during the tour (and others, when able).
  • cover any coughs/sneezes in the bend of your elbow
 

If any of our guides feels unwell or at risk, they will not give the tour, and we will cancel.

If you or anyone in your party test positive or exhibit symptoms within the week following your tour, please notify us tour through the contact instructions listed in your email or on this website.

All Ghost Tours, Ghost Hunts, and Cemetery Tours meet on Duke of Gloucester Street, at the statue of Thomas Jefferson, between the Precious Gem and the Kimball Theater in Colonial Williamsburg’s Merchant’s Square.

Our nightly tours take you to Gettysburg’s most haunted places. All tours start at 8pm. You’ll explore both the paranormal and historical accounts of each of our tour stops. 

Go back in time with us to an era of gangsters, bootleggers, bank robbers, & jazz babies. Our nightly tours take you through Lincoln Park, a beautiful North Side neighborhood with a twisted past. 

Our Denver Ghost Tour takes you through 8-13 different sites around the Capitol Hill area. Meet outside of the Colorado State Capitol at 200 E Colfax, the standard tour takes about an hour.

The standard tour takes you to 8 separate haunted locations around the Gatlinburg, each with its own unique and twisted history. The extended tour begins immediately after the standard tour.

Tours begin outside of the El Capitan Theatre at 6838 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA. Tours are held rain or shine. Please note that we do not go inside the buildings, and we do not meet inside. 

Our Nashville Ghost Tours take you through 8-12 different sites around downtown Broadway. Meet outside Skull’s Rainbow Room in Printer’s Alley, 222 Printer’s Alley.

The Boston Ghosts tour is a trek through downtown Boston’s most haunted hotspots. All tours start at 8PM. You’ll explore paranormal & historical worlds of each of our carefully selected sites. 

Our Charleston Terrors ghost tour explores the most haunted places in Charleston, one of the oldest & most haunted cities in America. All tours start at 8pm.

Welcome to a historic look at the haunted past of the capital city. Let our guides take you on an adventure to 8 locations in D.C., visiting the most haunted locations on a 1-hour tour.

Join us on our nightly journeys into Key West’s vibrant Old Town neighborhood. Our tours start at 8:00 PM. On your walking tour, you’ll experience the most haunted places in Key West. 

The Old City Ghosts tour is a trek through historic St. Augustine’s most haunted hotspots. On our tour, you’ll explore both the paranormal & historical sides of each of our carefully selected tour sites. 

Our standard Las Vegas Ghost Tour covers 8 locations over a span of about one mile. Join our extended tour, which covers 4 additional, exclusive locations and about 1.7 total miles. 

All Ghost Tours meet and end in the French Quarter at the St. Louis Cathedral, 615 Pere Antoine Alley, at the front of the steps to the entrance facing Jackson Square.

Every night, come along as we take you through historic Greenwich Village on our New York Ghost Tours. Check our booking calendar for when nightly tours are held.

Our Salem Ghost Tour takes you through 8-12 different sites around the city. Meet outside of 221 Essex Street 15 minutes before your tour departure time to ensure a prompt start! 

The San Antonio Old Town Ghost Tour takes you through historic downtown San Antonio to 8-12 different locations around the Old Town area.

Our San Diego Ghost Tour takes you through 8-12 different sites around the Gaslamp Quarter, each stop ratcheting up the tension more. Meet outside the Balboa Theatre in Horton Plaza Park. 

Our San Francisco Ghost Tours take you through 8-12 different sites around the Hollywood Boulevard area. Meet at Union Square on the corner of Powell Street and Post Street. 

All Ghost Tours meet at Oglethorpe Square, 127 Abercorn St, in between Oliver Bentley’s Barking Bakery and Owen’s-Thomas House & Slave Quarters. 

The city of Seattle is made of stories. Ghost stories. These are stories about people. Stories about triumphs and losses, broken hearts, hopes for the future, epic romances, & real tragedies. 

Our nightly tours take you to downtown Austin’s most haunted places. All tours start at 8PM. As the citizens of Austin proudly proclaim to their visitors, “Keep Austin Weird!”