You have reached the list of Washington D.C. ghost tours that is a part of the Funtober ghost tour directory. The directory lists ghost walks, ghost hunts, trolley tours, cemetery tours, and haunted house tours that I think will be of interest to Funtober visitors.
DC is home to one of America’s most haunted houses: the White House. And with all of the political backstabbing between Democrats and Republicans, it is no wonder that there are more than a few ghosts with unfinished business hanging around the nation’s capital.
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Here are the DC ghost tours that I have found:
DC Ghost Tours - Washington, DC
DC Walkabout - , DC
Free Tours by Foot - Washington, DC
A name your own price tour of the Ghosts of Georgetown led by historians. It is a family friendly tour of the neighborhood with stories of haunted houses and ghosts. The autumn schedule of tours is released in late May.
Historic Strolls - Washington, DC
National Building Museum - , DC
a museum dedicated to the history of architecture, engineering and building design. Explore the museum’s historic home at night by lantern while hearing stories about its ghosts and mysteries. Also learn about the deeds of people captured in the busts at the museum. Tickets are limited so be sure to purchase your tickets early.
Nightly Spirits - Washington, DC
Scary DC - Washington, DC
Washington Walks - Washington, DC
several tours through the District of Columbia, including Capitol Hauntings and the Most Haunted Houses which will be of interest to those who like ghost stories. Tickets are $15 for the two hour tours and no reservations are required. Just pay with cash when you show up. Walks depart from different locations around the city depending on the specific tour you are taking that evening. Guides wear a blue and green Washington Walks badge.