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Tours meet in downtown Gettysburg. See reservation for meeting location details
Ghost tours are held nightly, rain or shine.
1hr. across 1 mile
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US Ghost Adventures is the leading provider of haunted house and ghost tours in America — we even own some of the most haunted properties in America, like the Lizzie Borden House!
Every tour is hosted by an experienced, knowledgeable local guide. You’ll hear firsthand accounts from people who have witnessed the unexplained — sometimes even a guest’s eerie encounter or the guide’s own!
US Ghost Adventures offers an authentic experience that strives to make sense of the unexplainable. The Gettysburg ghost tour is based on real-world portrayals of hauntings and well-documented history.
Whether you’re just visiting Pennsylvania or looking to learn more about your hometown’s haunted past, US Ghost Adventures offers a ghostly experience that you won’t forget.
Enjoy a glass of 100-year-old, barrel-aged wine over dinner while cannons fire in the distance at the advancing enemy. Stroll the pristine, brick-lined byways and back alleys, but make sure to dodge the Confederate soldiers limping back from battle.
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is an American town where past and present collide, as the Union and Confederate armies once collided in 1863 in one of the Civil War’s bloodiest battles. The Union may have prevailed that day, but over 50,000 dead men on both sides scarred the city forever.
Visitors to the historic Farnsworth House, the Daniel Lady Farm, the Rupp House Tannery, and more have reported sightings of ghostly visages of Civil War-era scenes, replaying for an audience they can’t even see.
Gettysburg is supremely charming—and supremely haunted—and both are great reasons to pay a visit.
Keep reading for more details about the tours we offer in Gettysburg, and book your spot today.
There’s no better house in the whole country to soak in the experience of what it was really like during the Civil War than the Rupp House and Tannery.
During the battle of Gettysburg, John Rupp hid in the cellar of his house as troops in one army occupied the front porch, and troops from the other army occupied the back. The Rupp House and Tannery remain standing as a house divided, where the spirits of a tumultuous time float in and out, sometimes materializing themselves to visitors.
Formerly known as the Sleepy Hollow Inn, the Farnsworth House is a bed and breakfast located in beautiful downtown Gettysburg.
During the Civil War, the Farnsworth House was re-purposed as a Confederate hospital. Overnight visitors claim to this day they have experienced the sensation of a midwife tucking them in at night, and the smell of cheroot, a plant with healing properties, wafting through their rooms.
The story of Jennie Wade is one of the most tragic stories of the war. The 20-year-old Wade was kneading bread in the kitchen of her house on Baltimore Street when a stray Confederate bullet pierced the door and shot right through her heart.
The site is now a museum, and both patrons and museum workers alike have reported chilling activity near the site where Jennie fell to her death. The original bloodstain never cleaned up, still marking the spot where it happened.
Shhhh. It’s a secret.
There are three more spectral stops on our standard Gettysburg Ghost Adventure.
For an even spookier experience — join our extended tour and visit 10 haunted Gettysburg locations in total.
Find out the secrets behind the most haunted locations in Gettysburg.
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Since 2013, US Ghost Adventures has offered entertaining, historic, and authentic ghost tours of America’s most haunted cities. We deliver fun yet honest accounts of hauntings across the nation for curious people of all ages. Our ghost stories are based on historical research, but that doesn’t mean they won’t send a chill down your spine.
This video gives you a small taste of what you might experience on your ghost tour — subscribe to our YouTube Channel for more.
US Ghost Adventures also offers virtual tours, a self-guided mobile app, and an Alexa voice app.
Take in the charms of 19th-century life in this wonderfully preserved time capsule of a Yankee town.
While you’re there, keep an eye out for transparent skirts rustling the floorboards of restaurant patios and figments of sabers rattling the boards of white picket fences as the ghosts of slain soldiers walk home from the battlefield.
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