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Following are a handful of walking ghost tours in the Nashville/Franklin, Tennessee area.
Each has added special “haunted” aspects to the tour in honor of Halloween.
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Nashville Area Haunted Walking Tours
These are the best nighttime walking tours that combine “well-documented accounts” about the ghosts & haunted places in Franklin and Nashville, Tennessee:
“Lynchings, public whippings and hangings, street corner shootings and assorted “activities of the night” are all part of the city’s past. Many buildings served as hospitals following the Battle of Franklin, and some of them reportedly have strange visitors from time to time.”
- Dates: April thru November
- Cost: $18 for adults; $10 ages 6 to 13
- Length: 90 minutes
I’ve done this tour a couple of times with different people. It’s always been an enjoyable time.
They used to give guided tours of Carnton plantation while sharing scary ghost stories. It cost $15 to $20 per person for a 1 hour ghost tour during the month of October each year.
Through the years, the Carnton ghost tours became hit or miss. They were constantly changing their website and their longterm goals for Plantation as a whole – so it became difficult to stay on top of the dates for their ghost tours each October. They finally did away with the ghost tours altogether.
Want to learn more about the haunted history of Carnton Plantation? Check out these detailed stories about the mysterious occurrences there:
- Dates & Times: 8PM nightly, year round
- Cost: $15 for adults; $8 for children ages 7 to 11
- Length: 90 minutes with 1/2 mile total spent walking
- Reviews: here
Want more?… Check out all of the haunted places in Tennessee!
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