Haunted Wilmington - Wilmington, NC



If you’re brave enough, make a visit to North Carolina’s superlative ghost tour, as seen across TV networks and in various publications, and voted among the “Top 5 Ghost Walks in America” by USA Today. Choose from a traditional ghost walk, or sip spirits while you hunt for ghosts, in the haunted pub crawl. Call for reservations: (910) 794-1866.



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Our guest wrote: We had Jay as our guide and he was awesome! He made it so much fun. Highly recommend! Get your tickets for your spooky adventure this weekend! www.hauntedwilmington.com

Our guest wrote: "We had Jay as our guide and he was awesome! He made it so much fun. Highly recommend!" Get your tickets for your spooky adventure this weekend! www.hauntedwilmington.com ... See MoreSee Less

Our guest wrote: We just did the tour and our tour guide, Rebekah, was awesome! She was very animated and fun...she made the stories come alive. We even got some pictures with unexplainable figures👻!! Lol! We definitely recommend this tour!

Our guest wrote: "We just did the tour and our tour guide, Rebekah, was awesome! She was very animated and fun...she made the stories come alive. We even got some pictures with unexplainable figures👻!! Lol! We definitely recommend this tour!" ... See MoreSee Less

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Omg such a mood!!!

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140 years ago this weekend, James Heaton, a former politician and son of a US Senator, shot and killed his secret love as she planned her escape from him. The murder occured in front of St. Johns Masonic Hall Building at 2nd and Market. Within the hour, he took his own life at 4th and Princess. The tragedy rocked Wilmington July 13, 1879. Stories of their spirits still lingering at the place of the murder have been told for over 100 years.

140 years ago this weekend, James Heaton, a former politician and son of a US Senator, shot and killed his secret love as she planned her escape from him. The murder occured in front of St. John's Masonic Hall Building at 2nd and Market. Within the hour, he took his own life at 4th and Princess. The tragedy rocked Wilmington July 13, 1879. Stories of their spirits still lingering at the place of the murder have been told for over 100 years. ... See MoreSee Less

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Love how the sign in the window says “slice of life” lol

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I see someone in the window

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Kelley Thomas Butler

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The first one

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Robert Lee Bridgers Jr isn't this the story you were telling me?

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Online Ratings

Matthew U.'s Review Matthew U.
5.0 star rating

My wife and I highly recommend this tour! It was our first time exploring wilmington and it was such a great way to learn about the place's history,...

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Amy B.'s Review Amy B.
5.0 star rating

This was a great tour with good ghost stories! I brought my one year old (for her birthday) and she screamed multiple times during the walk. The tour guide...

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Brian H.'s Review Brian H.
1.0 star rating

Little actual history, more focus on "possible" mystery. Our guide was happy to hear himself talk but not at all engaging with the crowd of 20+ before him....

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