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Memphis Ghosts Walking Tour

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  • Memphis Ghost Tours
  • Hear chilling tales of Memphis' haunted history
  • Hear about the city's haunted heritage by a friendly, professional storyteller or tour guide
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Memphis Ghosts Walking Tour
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Overview
Take a spooky stroll through Memphis on this guided, 90-minute ghost walking tour. Experience the darker side of Soulsville and hear tales of the city's haunted heritage as told by a professional storyteller. Receive a guided tour of Ernestine and Hazel's, a former brothel that is well known as one of the most haunted buildings in Memphis. It’s a fascinating, spine-tingling adventure.
What to Expect
This Memphis ghost walking tour begins on Beale Street, one of the most iconic streets in America. Beyond this 2-mile stretch of blues clubs and restaurants, however, lies a darker history of vice, voodoo, phantoms, ghosts and lost souls. Hear the tales of an eerie past while visiting some of Memphis' oldest sites.

Follow the expert storyteller guide through the town to discover Memphis in a completely different way than the regular tours — in search of its haunted places where a lesser-known history is uncovered. 

See the Orpheum Theatre, one of the few remaining movie palaces of the 1920s and home of a ghost named Mary, who has haunted performances here since 1921; the John Alexander Austin House, a Victorian-era mansion said to be haunted by two lovers; the Gayoso House apartment building; and Grawmeyer's, Memphis' oldest German-American restaurant and its haunted piano.

Finally, receive a tour of the notorious Ernestine and Hazel's, well known as one of the most haunted buildings in Memphis. Take a look around this former brothel turned bar, which is home to several ghosts — and a haunted jukebox.

Approximate distance to travel on this walking tour is one mile.
Reviews (64)
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Reviewed 2 October 2018 via mobile
Ghost tour

I made a reservation to attend the tour at 8:00 Sept 30 and drove from Nashville to attend. At 6:45 I luckily checked my email and found out they had cancelled the tour. Extremely bad service. They need to develop better plans to provide an...More

1  Thank FinnCope
Reviewed 2 October 2018 via mobile
Ghost tour A++

We weren’t really sure what to expect on the ghost tour. The tour far exceeded our expectations! Although we didn’t get to go in to any of the actual establishments that we talked about our tour guide did a fantastic job of telling the stories...More

Thank ADeWine
Reviewed 16 September 2018
Fun ghost tour

Very friendly and informative guide took us on this fun walking tour. We visited a number of places and our guide explained the significance at each stop. I still have goose bumps! The only glitch was the place we we ere told to meet before...More

Thank seizeyoursalad2
Reviewed 27 June 2018
Good ghost histroy

Guide seemed very familiar with ghost history and times. Unfortunately, manny of the original structures were long gone, and very few "scary" areas. In past tours, the guide would provide water (very hot summers here June 25th was 94 degrees) but no water available unless...More

Thank James K
Reviewed 19 June 2018
Fun ghost tour with interesting stories and insights

Our guide was fun and informative, answered questions, and delivered the stories surrounding the sites we visited wonderfully. Admittedly, we had already had a couple of adult beverages before the tour began, so she could probably have told us that she'd personally gone to dinner...More

2  Thank Scragglepuss
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