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Charleston Ghost Tour with Provost Dungeon

Highlights
  • Charleston haunted history and ghost tour
  • Includes entrance to the Provost Dungeon—not visited on many tours 
  • Guide puts spooky twist on stories from Charleston's past
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Charleston Ghost Tour with Provost Dungeon
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9:00pm Ghost and Dungeon TourMost Popular
Departing at 9:00pm. Our Charleston Ghost and Dungeon Walking tour is the only dungeon walking tour that has access to THE DUNGEON!
US$28.00
7:00pm Ghost and Dungeon Tour
Departing at 7:00pm. Our Charleston Ghost and Dungeon Walking tour is the only dungeon walking tour that has access to THE DUNGEON!
US$28.00
Overview
This Charleston ghost tour is extra scary thanks to a stop at the Provost Dungeon—rumored to be one of the most haunted spots in all of Charleston. Hear the macabre real-life history behind the cellar, and then continue walking down historic streets as your guide shares obscure and spooky tales from Charleston’s past.
What to Expect
At nightfall, meet your guide at a central location in downtown Charleston to start your ghost tour. Walk straight to the Provost Dungeon, a pre-revolutionary cellar inside the Old Exchange building that is rumored to be haunted. As you tour the prison, learn the real story of the hundreds of captives held here during the American Revolution.

Then, continue the rest of your tour down the cobblestone streets and back alleyways of one of the oldest cities in the United States. Your guide shares stories of haunted houses, ghosts, and Lowcountry superstitions that put a spooky twist on Charleston history.

Tour concludes near original departure point.
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1 - 5 of 28 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Just okay

This tour is fine if you just want a simple overview of the ghost-related history of Charleston. I would have liked a little more detail and specificity from our guide. She knew enough to keep it from being boring, and she was very nice, but...More

Thank April D
BulldogTours1, Public Relations Manager at Bulldog Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

We are so sorry that you didn't have a good experience. This time of year is the busiest time of year for visiting Charleston in general, so I can see why you feel that it is very tourist-focused. Everything is very busy this time of...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
Summer 2018

Our tour guide Larry Hoover was awesome!!! My husband, and three girls (ages 14, 11 and 11) had the best time ;-) We have been on various ones of the tours before and will keep coming back!!

Thank Lindsey J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great tour for a high school aged Girl Scout group

My group of 8 girls and 5 adults loved this tour. It was very good - spooky and educational. One word of caution - bring a water bottle - it is very, very hot in the summer!

Thank lynno892
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Ghost dungeon walking tour

Capt Tim was outstanding. great tour and history. in the dungeon i captured a face on the wall on my iphone camera. pretty awesome. Best tour guid Capt Tim

Thank Jason W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Had family from Jersey come for a visit and did the Ghost tour with Dungeon.

We were a little disappointed in the dungeon tour. Our guide was good, and stories very interesting but not what we expected. Also it was over 100 degrees in Charleston that night and the tour guide decided to wait for a couple that signed up...More

1  Thank rosiecarbon
BulldogTours1, Public Relations Manager at Bulldog Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

We are sorry it was so hot! Over 100 degrees? When was that? We are so sorry that it was hot! We definitely know how hot it gets here. We don't normally wait for people who are late. That is not our practice. Can you...More

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HappyTraveler9798
20 April 2018|
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Response from Patricia L |
Not a good idea .Walking on 250 to 300 yr or brick streets and streets paved with river rock might be considered dangerous.
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