Ghost Tour Meeting Location: Outside the historic Jackson Building, located at 22 S Pack Square, Asheville, NC 28801.

Tour Duration: 1hr. across 1 mile

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Asheville Terrors: Ghosts of the Blue Ridge

Discover the souls of bootleggers, outlaws, and debutantes from Asheville’s past that haunt the streets of this historic mountain city.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 22 S Pack Square, Asheville, NC 28801

Tour TimeTour Times: 8:00 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 1 Hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Ghosts of the Blue Ridge
Tickets Start At $30

Asheville Terrors Boos and Brews Ultimate Haunted Pub Crawl

Roam the Paris of the South late into the night while we bring chills and thrills to your palate, direct from the best local haunts and taverns.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 42 Biltmore Ave, Asheville NC 28801

Tour TimeTour Times: 9:00 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 1 Hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Ultimate Boos And Booze
Tickets Start At $30

Asheville Terrors Boos and Brews Haunted Pub Crawl

Learn all about Asheville, Beer City, USA, and it's haunted past while sipping on adult beverages the city once fought so hard to outlaw.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 1 Page Ave Suite 152 Asheville, NC 28801

Tour TimeTour Times: 6:00 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 2 Hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Visit the Most Haunted Places in Asheville

Most people come to Asheville to enjoy its famous craft breweries or indulge in the beauty of the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains. Many innocent visitors don’t realize that lurking beneath the charming town, the scenic overlooks, and the Biltmore Estate, is a city with a dark and mysterious past.

Discover what makes Asheville the Paris of the South and one of the country’s most haunted places on this chilling Asheville ghost tour.

 

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Flatiron Building

Asheville, North Carolina has architecture heavily influenced by New York City. You’ll find Wall Street, Battery Park, and the Flatiron Building. The Flatiron Building is one of the most popular attractions in Asheville, with a beautiful inn, breathtaking designs, and a super cozy sky bar. Some patrons claim to have had some spooky experiences while visiting it, though, like ghosts jumping off the building to plummet into Battery Park.

 

Grove Arcade

Construction of the Grove Arcade began in 1915. The idea was to make downtown Asheville more vibrant to attract more visitors to the city. At the time, it had a reputation as one of the most lively retail locations in the easter United States. However, the Grove Arcade has an eerie history, making it an excellent stop on our Asheville ghost tour. Experience the spooky sensations firsthand with Asheville Terrors.

 

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Basilica of St. Lawrence

The Basilica of St. Lawrence is perhaps one of the most famous landmarks in Asheville. It’s a structure in the city’s skyline instantly recognizable by locals and tourists passing through. The Basilica of St. Lawrence is also known to have a few ghosts roaming around. Some visitors believe that they’ve seen the building’s architect, Rafael Guastavino, roaming the cathedral’s corridors.

 

 

 

 

Test your bravery, and join us!

 

What to Expect on Your Asheville Terrors Ghost Tour

Home to some of the nation’s most famous otherworldly hotspots-including Helen’s Bridge, the Grove Park Inn, and the site of Zelda Fitzgerald’s tragic death-Asheville is a city built on more than 200 years of gruesome history.

On your Asheville ghost tour of the city’s historic downtown region, you’ll experience a side of the city that’s rarely seen. Learn the secret behind the hauntings at the Battery Park Hotel, the Jackson Building, and many more of Asheville’s most active haunted locations! You’ll learn all about the Civil War’s impact on Asheville, how the Great Depression tore through the town, driving the Mayor to suicide in one of the buildings downtown.

The ghost stories all spring from historical events, straight out of the pages of the history books. It includes established local legends and eyewitness accounts of unexplained activity. These ghostly happenings occur across Asheville’s downtown area. We’ve conducted extensive research on each of the stories your entertaining local guides recount at the 8 to 12 stops on your route.

Book your Asheville ghost tour to experience the thrills, chills, and hauntings of this historic city!

 



Discover the Terror Beyond The Blue Ridge Mountains

Learn whose desperate ghosts stalk the upper floors of the Jackson Building on Pack Square

Visit the building heavily inspired by the architecture of New York where people have plummeted to their deaths

Discover the horrific murder that made one of Asheville’s most prominent buildings one of the most haunted

Check out the building that was the site of a gruesome discovery hidden in the walls that still stand

Take a walk with Asheville Terrors to learn more about the death of Zelda Fitzgerald and where her spirit can be found

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Why You Should Book Your Asheville Terrors Ghost Tour Tonight!

Reasons

Asheville is a pretty town, even more so if you take into account the views from the rolling peaks that surround the town. But the city hides an unsavory past that only comes out at night. These stories reveal what lies beneath the surface more than any museum ever could. We take you to the actual locations of the stories and the ghosts that haunt the town today.

Only Asheville Terrors will relate in such a poignant way, the tragic story of Zelda Fitzgerald and her untimely demise at the nearby Highland Hospital for the mentally ill. She stayed there for nine years and her tragic death, and the nine others who died with her was a black mark on the whole town.

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The days are full and active in Asheville, but the nights get cold and empty here in the hills. Warm yourselves with a brisk one mile walk, 1.4 miles for the extended tour, and reveal another layer to this fun city in the cradle of the Blue Ridge Mountains. All tours leave from the historic Jackson Building on South Pack Square, each evening and take advantage of the descending darkness to bring out another side to Asheville.

You and your party will see that the supernatural side of Ashville is just as interesting as the city in the daylight. These carefully selected ghost stories bring the history and character of Asheville to life and will live on in your mind for years. A good memory really is the best souvenir.

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We don’t want anyone to lose a night’s sleep, so we keep the tour family-friendly, that’s not to say these ghost stories are not scary, or gory, or incredibly memorable. They involve the people who made Asheville the fascinating town it is today. Their human stories of striving, loss, adventure, and ruin will live on in your memory for years to come.

So bring everyone, we welcome younger guests and older ones too!

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This Spanish immigrant brought his talent and drive to bear on more than 1000 buildings in the United States and the chances are you have already been in under one of his patented Structural tiled vaults. The magnificent arched vaults under Grand Central Station – that’s Guastavino too. the vaults in Carnegie Hall, the Capitol in Washington, and the Boston Public Library – all Guastavino. He was involved in the construction of the Biltmore Estate and liked it so much here in Asheville he retired here.

His retirement didn’t last long though, unsatisfied with the meager church here at the time, he convinced the city to build the Basilica of St. Lawrence, a magnificent finale and final resting place of Rafael Guastavino, it was however over 3 months after he died that the frozen ground in Ashville was soft enough to bury poor Rafael, his unhappy ghost still roams the Basilica today, some say grumbling about his delayed interment.

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