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Charleston Haunted History Horse and Carriage Tour with Old South Carriages

Highlights
  • See more of Charleston on a haunted horse and carriage tour
  • Combine a history tour, carriage ride, and ghost tour into a single evening
  • Horses take a leisurely pace down cobblestone streets and twisting alleys
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Charleston Haunted History Horse and Carriage Tour with Old South Carriages
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On this 40-Minute Haunted Carriage ride, discover where spirits are reported to linger throughout Charleston. Please arrive 15-minutes early to check in!
US$26.00
9pm
On this 40-Minute Haunted Carriage ride, discover where spirits are reported to linger throughout Charleston. Please arrive 15-minutes early to check in!
US$26.00
8:30pm
On this 40-Minute Haunted Carriage ride, discover where spirits are reported to linger throughout Charleston. Please arrive 15-minutes early to check in!
US$26.00
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Overview
Hear Charleston’s spooky history on this haunted horse and carriage ride. Part ghost tour and part history tour, this evening outing does double duty as it takes you to top Charleston sights such as the Mills House and Old Exchange Building, navigating cobblestone alleyways and twisting side streets with ease. Your guide entertains you with haunted Charleston history as you make your way through the heart of the Holy City.
What to Expect
Make your way to Old South Carriage in downtown Charleston at least 15 minutes before departure to begin your tour. Board a comfortable 16-passenger carriage and begin to trot through the 15-block historic core of Charleston. Unlike walking tours, your horse and buggy covers more of the city in less time—meaning more ghost stories for you.

As you make your way to spooky attractions such as St. Michael’s Episcopal Church and the Circular Congregational Graveyard, your guide entertains you with history and folklore from Charleston’s past. Learn about pirates, prisoners, and dungeon residents who shaped Charleston’s early years.

The tour concludes at original departure point.
Reviews (45)
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Reviewed 2 days ago
Ghost Tour

Wasn't bad but not sure would spend the money to do again. Was hoping for a little more "ghostly" for the kids. Guide was funny, made jokes along the way, entertaining but again was just expecting something else. Would suggest a different tour with the...More

Thank ahalldeppe
Reviewed 5 days ago
Haunted History buff!

Our horse Ralph and driver Drake were awesome!!! Took time to answer questions, was very passionate about his job & the history of his town! I feared might be a bit much for my 8 yo but she loved it & was very family friendly!!...More

Thank Michelle B
Reviewed 5 days ago
Really Cool

The carriage ride was very fun and informative. The driver was very knowledgeable and friendly and made the ride fun. Even had some history about the horse pulling the carriage. All the horses seem to be very well cared for.

Thank DayTrip820437
Reviewed 1 week ago
Carriage Ghost Tour

No ghosts were seen, but this tour was awesome!! This was the perfect way to see Charleston in the cooler evening and hear fun, informative and interesting tales of the past. Loved our guide and the whole experience. This company takes pride and excellent care...More

Thank svitak2018
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Haunted Ghost Tour

We loved and enjoyed our haunted carriage ride. Our tour guide Elliot was awesome and very knowledgeable about Charleston history. Sampson (the horse) was a gentle giant. The stables were very clean inside and the staff was very friendly.

Thank jordan_84lee
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Crystal B
19 August 2018|
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Response from BabeinWoods | Reviewed this property |
About an hour, I think. Maybe a little less.
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