Maryland Ghost Tours

You will find nine ghost tours in Maryland. I’ll add more information about these ghost tours soon. You can expect to find the length of the tour, mode of movement from place to place, reservation information, ticket price, parking information, and dates of tours when I am done. I apologize for not having this information up already.

Here are the Maryland ghost tours:

Annapolis Tours & Crawls - Annapolis, MD
two hour walking ghost tours and haunted pub crawls in Annapolis. They have been storytelling for more than ten years and were named the best downtown tour by the 2012 & 2013 Reader’s Poll for the Annapolis Capital Newspaper. The haunted pub tour spends approximately thirty minutes inside three or four bars while the guide tells ghost stories happening in that location or nearby. The ghost walk tells stories of Joe Morgue (the gravedigger), Thomas Dance, the Headless Man and Amy (the working girl who haunts Rams Head Tavern).

Baltimore Ghost Tours - Baltimore, MD
a haunted pub tour and ghost walk through Fell’s Point and Mt. Vernon. Fells Point is a historic maritime neighborhood along the north shore of Baltimore Harbor. Mount Vernon is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Baltimore and a cultural district in the city. Ticket prices range between $8 (children 12 and under on the Original Fells Point Ghostwalk) and $20 for the pub tour. This company held their first ghost tour in 2007, two years after the founders published a book about ghosts haunting Baltimore’s Harbor.

Candlelight Ghost Tours of Frederick - Frederick, MD
90 minute ghost tours of Frederick and cemetery walks of Mount Olivet Cemetery. Fredericktown was founded in 1745, served as home to Francis Scott Key and Maryland’s first governor, as well as a hospital for many wounded during the Civil War. Gettysburg and Antietam are within 30 miles of Frederick. Reservations recommended as group sizes are limited and tours regularly sell out. Ghost Tour meets in front of Brewer’s Alley Restaurant and Brewery. Cemetery Tour meets in front of the main gate, Mount Olivet Cemetery.

City Center Hagerstown Tours - Hagerstown, MD
An annual ghost tour in October hosted by the City of Hagerstown. By wagon or foot, tour Downtown’s most haunted sites. Reservations and admission charged. Hayride Ghost Tour: 7pm, 8pm, 9pm : $6 per seat Walking Tour: 7pm and 8pm: Adults $3, Kids 6-12 $1, kids under 5 FREE. To make reservations or for more information, call 301-739-8577, ext. 116.

Dead of Night Paranormal Investigations - Pasadena, MD

Ellicott City Tours - Ellicott City, MD
Explore the ghosts of Howard County with three tours. Part I (Friday evenings) and Part II (Saturday evenings) of Ye Haunted History of Olde Ellicott City Ghost Tour meet in front of the Howard County Welcome Center (Visitor Center/former Post Office) at 8267 Main Street in Ellicott City. Tickets for HCHS Members, Seniors, Military, and Children 6-12 are $11 per person; tickets for all other Non-Members are $13 per person The Spirits of Ellicott City Ghost Tours will happen on the third thursday of every month in 2017. Dates are August 17th, Sept 21, Oct 19 and Nov 16, 2017. The Spirits tour takes you inside local bars and restaurants. Tickets are $20 per person (21 and older only – refreshments not included in price). Meets at the Wine Bin at 8390 Main Street. Reservations required before 5:00pm the day of the tour.

Hager House Ghost Tours - Hagerstown, MD
The Jonathan Hager House offers Haunted Hager House Tours on select days in October. Tours are offered at 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 pm. Reservations are required.

Miller House Ghost Tours - Hagerstown, MD
Go on a spine-chilling tour of the Miller House Museum. These exclusive candle-light ghost tours, offered only during the fall, will reveal the hidden paranormal secrets of one of Hagerstown’s historic houses and take a look at the lives (and deaths) of previous Miller House occupants, and share local folklore and legends of Washington County. Tours start on the hour, and each is limited to 15 people. Call (301)-797-8782 for more information.

Savage Mill Ghost Tours - Savage, MD
Tours of this haunted historic complex of buildings with over 175,000 square feet of space run from September 1, 2017 to December 1st.

Spirits of Berlin - Berlin, MD
A 90 minute self walking tour of Berlin, a ten minute drive from Ocean City, Maryland. Download the audio book for $7.

Watermark Cruises Walking Tours - Annapolis, MD
a 90 minute candlelight ghost walk in Annapolis. Tickets are $10-16. In October, the tour includes the inside of the William Paca House. The cost in October is $14-20. The supernatural events, ghostly sightings and tragic events of haunted Annapolis are explored in this tour.

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Find other fun things to do in Maryland in October:

Oktoberfest in Maryland
Maryland Festivals
Maryland Corn Mazes
Haunted Houses in Maryland
Pumpkin Patches in Maryland

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  1. Julia Dray says:

    I am the senior “paranormal facilitator” (LOL, it’s what’s on my business card) for Annapolis Tours and Crawls, which runs walking tours and pub crawls in Historic Annapolis (haunted history, twisted history and other specialty tours) year-round – haunted tours aren’t only for October! Our walking tours are 90 minutes long, not two hours – the pub tours last about two hours and change, depending on the size of the group. We are one of the top-rated ghost tours in the United States and have a companion book, “Haunted Annapolis: Ghosts of the Capital City”, published by History Press, which contains more stories than can be told in two hours and offers lots of great historical tid-bits and anecdotes. If you haven’t been on one of our tours, please come on down and check us out – and don’t waste your time with the “other” ghost tour in town – they stole our script six years ago and while ours has evolved and expanded, they’re still using the same old (and sometimes inaccurate) information.

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