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Washington DC Haunted Pub Crawl

Need a little liquid courage before hearing ghastly tales at Washington D.C.’s most historic haunts and hotspots?

Try the new Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl for some genuine scares, spirits, and spirits in Washington D.C.

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Fun ghost tour- Tony was great!

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Great tour!! Learned so much!

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DC Ghosts Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl

On our Washington, D.C. pub crawl, we’ll share the stories behind the ghost of Mark Twain and the ex-Presidents whose spirits refuse to leave their most famous haunts as we take you through some of D.C.’s most exciting pubs.
Of course, the ghostly manifestations of the District consist of more than just our former leaders. The brutal murder of John McCullough and the debaucherous back alley deals during Prohibition also laid the groundwork for many shadowy tales. There’s no more fun way to learn the town’s ghostly lore.


Crawl Meeting Location: OLD EBBITT GRILL at 75 15th St. NW


Starting Time: 6 PM


Adults-Only Pub Crawl: You must be 21 or over. ID required.


Pet Policy: Pets are not permitted on the pub crawl.


Alcohol Policy: You cannot carry drinks between bars.

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Our haunted pub parade offers you an opportunity to see the most famous watering holes in our nation’s capital while learning about The District’s unique and debaucherous past.
There’s no tour that combines eerie entertainment, freaky fun facts, and the opportunity to meet like-minded lovers of libations, not to mention the metaphysical! In Washington D.C., local knowledge goes a long way, perhaps more than any other town in America! Your conductor of the spine-chilling will steer you to the coolest, creepiest, and most celebrated watering holes this awesome city has to offer. You’ll see a side of the city that even some natives miss out on!  You’ll end the night not only visiting some of the most talked-about bars in the city but also armed with enough festive facts to enthrall your friends back home.

  • You want to discover some of the city’s most unique bars while staying entertained with unforgettable stories

  • You are not throwing away your shot at learning haunting history while discovering amazing local drinks

  • You want to learn local tales of tragedy that have nothing to do with politics. They exist!

  • You like the idea of a night of drinks where seeing and hearing things others don’t isn’t just okay; it’s expected

  • You finally have a night away from the kids and want to make the most of it!

Where You'll Go

Old Ebbitt Grill

Visit the oldest restaurant in Washington, D.C., which was popular with at least five past presidents and at least one current ghost. Come drink in the incredible history and the signature spiced apple sangria, but don’t come hungry for power or the shadowy spirit here might put an end to your ambitions.

Proper 21

Arguing over drinks has always been a popular pastime in D.C. Trade fights for frights in this historic bar set on the city’s former “Rum Row', a part of town that was known for stiff drinks, government scandals, and journalists willing to do anything for a scoop. Try the signature Proper Lady cocktail, but beware of the ghost who gets upset when his favorite drink isn’t prepared exactly to his tastes.

The Hamilton

During prohibition, over 3,000 speakeasies popped up throughout the city. Just like the ghosts that haunt Washington D.C. today, they were often found in the most unexpected places. What’s now the Hamilton Restaurant was once a department store, but its former owner can’t get over how it’s changed, even decades after his death.

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