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Downtown St Louis.
Ghost tours are held nightly, rain or shine.
The tours are about 60 to 90 minutes.
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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 St. Louis ghost tour is based on real-world portrayals of hauntings and well-documented history.
Whether you’re just visiting Missouri or looking to learn more about your hometown’s haunted past, US Ghost Adventures offers a ghostly experience that you won’t forget.
Embark on a chilling journey through the murkier moments of St. Louis’ history.
This unassuming midwestern city is a beloved hometown to many. Indeed, it’s so beloved that residents tend to forget St. Louis’ sinister past.
While cheerfully known today as “The Gateway to the Midwest,” the area was once cleverly coined “Mound City.” Indigenous people of the region used to build conical earthen monuments, typically used as burial sites. When settlers arrived, they destroyed most of the mounds. It was on that stolen burial ground that St. Louis, as we know it, grew.
With secret societies lurking in the shadows since the 1800s and haunted mansions sure to scare, St. Louis’ facade of midwestern charm gives way to a darker past.
Step into the mystic and face the hidden horrors on our St. Louis Ghost Tour.
Keep reading for more details about the tours we offer in St. Louis, and book your spot today.
Riddled with monuments of war heroes, the average passerby wouldn’t bat an eye at Washington Square Park. Take a closer look, and you’ll see a cemetery dripping with a history of botched burials, suspicious suicides, and bodies mysteriously missing from their caskets.
Explore the long-forgotten tragedies of one of St. Louis’ most beloved parks.
The Campbell’s House Museum commemorates the Victorian era through the lens of long-departed owners Robert and Virginia Campbell.
The family purchased the house in 1854, and the property remained in their name until the death of their final child in 1938. Echoes of footsteps down the stairs at dusk and mysteriously moving furniture beg the question: Did the Campbells ever truly leave at all?
Now playing the part of a hotel and shopping center, Union Station has a ghostly history buried beneath the lighthearted facade you see today.
The last passenger train may have left the station in 1978, but a ghostly history still haunts the halls. There’s even a big wheel on site today if carnival-style frights excite; just be on the lookout for clowns and carnies.
Shhhh. It’s a secret.
There are four more spectral stops on our standard St. Louis Ghost Adventure.
For an even spookier experience — join our extended tour and visit 11 haunted St. Louis locations in total.
Find out the secrets behind the most haunted locations in St. Louis.
Book your St. Louis Ghost Adventure today.
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.
If you dare, pass through the Gateway Arch and into a realm of Midwestern terror you’ve never before seen. Let US Ghost Adventures Tour be your guide through the spooky secrets of St. Louis that locals would rather stay buried deep underground.
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