Grayline Ghost Tour - Asheville, NC



Glide through the streets like the spirits you seek! This 75-minute narrated trolley tour tells the tales of Asheville’s most spine-tingling spooks. Reservations are required, and trolley departs from Pack’s Tavern at 20 South Spruce Street. Adults $23.



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Chills and thrills through the history of Asheville’s murder mysteries and haunted landmarks. We hope you’ll be possessed to join us for the Ghost Tour! @packstavern 
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Chills and thrills through the history of Asheville’s murder mysteries and haunted landmarks. We hope you’ll be possessed to join us for the Ghost Tour! @packstavern
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Can you imagine World War II fighter pilot, Colonel Robert Morgan flying the Memphis Belle between the Asheville City Hall and the Buncombe County Courthouse? Well, It happened in 1943. Here’s an excerpt from his memoir,  “Oh Boy,” I said to myself. Should I go between those buildings? Yes, my self answered. I think I should. I figured that a sixty-degree bank would squeeze us through all right. And so, heading east, I banked the plane and put the left wing right down between the Courthouse and City Hall. It was kind of a tight fit, but we made it. Then I turned the Memphis Belle left and pulled her up over Sunset Mountain, and we were out of town.”
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Can you imagine World War II fighter pilot, Colonel Robert Morgan flying the Memphis Belle between the Asheville City Hall and the Buncombe County Courthouse? Well, It happened in 1943. Here’s an excerpt from his memoir, “Oh Boy,” I said to myself. Should I go between those buildings? Yes, my self answered. I think I should. I figured that a sixty-degree bank would squeeze us through all right. And so, heading east, I banked the plane and put the left wing right down between the Courthouse and City Hall. It was kind of a tight fit, but we made it. Then I turned the Memphis Belle left and pulled her up over Sunset Mountain, and we were out of town.”
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Hay S.'s Review Hay S.
5.0 star rating

Came to Asheville shortly after my parents moved to Greenville,SC and wanted to know more about the city. Grey line was a good deal (Groupon!!) and they had...

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Tyler B.'s Review Tyler B.
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The lady that drove the bus for our tour was funny and the tour was very informative. Would highly recommend riding if you want some information on...

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DJ F.'s Review DJ F.
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Fun informative trip with our guide Honey. She even showed us the b&b Sandra Bullock starys at yearly. Learned a lot about owners of Grove Pk Inn and...

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