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The Birmingham Ghost Walk - Hotels Churches and Riots Tour

4.5 (110)
Birmingham, US
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The Birmingham Ghost Walk - Hotels Churches and Riots Tour

4.5 (110)
Birmingham, US
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Experience the supernatural like never before with our original Ghost Walk. Our knowledgeable and passionate guides will take you on a journey through the city's haunted past, sharing spine-tingling tales of ghostly apparitions, haunted houses, and unexplained phenomena. You'll explore hidden corners and secret alleyways, uncovering the eerie history of the city and the ghostly figures that still haunt it today. Whether you're a believer or a skeptic, The Birmingham Ghost Walk - Hotels Churches and Riots Tour is a must-do experience that will leave you with a newfound appreciation for the supernatural. Book your tour now and prepare to be spooked!

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 1 hours 30 minutes - 2 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour, Small Group Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Professional guide
  • Gratuities
  • Transportation to/from attractions

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Introduction

Embark on a spine-tingling journey through the haunted past of Birmingham with The Birmingham Ghost Walk - Hotels Churches and Riots Tour. This unique and original ghost walk offers a captivating experience, immersing you in the supernatural tales and eerie history of the city. Led by knowledgeable and passionate guides, you'll uncover hidden corners, explore secret alleyways, and discover the ghostly figures that still haunt Birmingham today. Whether you're a believer or a skeptic, this tour is a must-do experience that will leave you with a newfound appreciation for the supernatural.

What to expect?

During the Birmingham Ghost Walk - Hotels Churches and Riots Tour, you can anticipate a total duration of 90 to 120 minutes filled with intriguing stories and chilling encounters. The tour begins in our shop, a historic haunted place, where you'll learn about creepy history and the story of one of the 13 Artifacts from our show. From there, you'll visit the Cathedral Church of the Advent, a haunted church with a hidden graveyard. Prepare to be spooked as you wander through the historic Redmont Hotel and hear tales of its hauntings. You'll also explore the First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham, an architectural marvel with a haunted past. The tour concludes at the former site of the Jefferson County Jail, once the site of county executions until 1925.

Who is this for?

The Birmingham Ghost Walk - Hotels Churches and Riots Tour is for anyone seeking an adrenaline-pumping and thrilling experience. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a fan of the supernatural, or simply looking for a unique way to explore Birmingham, this tour is suited for all. Ghost enthusiasts will be captivated by the haunted stories and eerie atmosphere, while history buffs will appreciate the insights into Birmingham's past. Families, friends, and solo travelers alike will enjoy this immersive and entertaining adventure into the unknown.

Why book this?

The Birmingham Ghost Walk - Hotels Churches and Riots Tour offers a one-of-a-kind experience that transports you into the haunted depths of Birmingham's history. Our knowledgeable guides bring the stories to life, captivating your imagination as you stroll through haunted hotels, churches, and historic landmarks. This tour provides a perfect blend of thrilling tales and historical anecdotes, leaving you with an unforgettable experience and a deeper understanding of Birmingham's supernatural side. Don't miss out on this opportunity to explore the city's haunted past and unearth the secrets that still send shivers down locals' spines.

Good to know

When joining The Birmingham Ghost Walk - Hotels Churches and Riots Tour, be prepared for a duration of 90 to 120 minutes. This includes stops at various haunted locations, such as the Cathedral Church of the Advent and the historic Redmont Hotel. Keep in mind that with small group sizes on this tour, there's a possibility of stepping inside some of the locations for a more immersive experience. Bring comfortable shoes for walking, an open mind, and your courage as you delve into the supernatural side of Birmingham.

Reviews

Reviews from previous participants have praised The Birmingham Ghost Walk - Hotels Churches and Riots Tour for its captivating storytelling and spooky atmosphere. Customers have raved about the knowledgeable guides who bring the haunted history of Birmingham to life, making the experience both educational and entertaining. Many have left the tour with a newfound appreciation for the city's supernatural past and have been thrilled by the spine-tingling tales shared along the way. Whether you're a skeptic or a true believer, this ghost walk promises to provide an unforgettable and chilling adventure that will leave you talking about it long after the tour ends.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

Birmingham Historic Touring Company

The tour begins in our shop - a historic haunted place - with some creepy history and the story of one of the 13 Artifacts from our show of the same name.

Cathedral Church of the Advent

We stop by the Clark Building and the original location of the Tutwiler Hotel - and then to the Cathedral of the Advent...a Historic haunted church with a hidden graveyard.

Hampton Inn & Suites Birmingham-Downtown-Tutwiler

We see this historic haunted hotel and learn about the little girl that knocks

D. O. Whilldin office

We stop by this interesting building and discuss the seances that were held at the boarding house that was here before...

Redmont Hotel Birmingham, Curio Collection by Hilton

After a pause at the D. O. Whilldin office we proceed through to the storied Redmont Hotel, to hear of its history and hauntings.... with a very small group there is the possibility of stepping inside

First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham

An architectural and haunted historic marvel

Downtown YMCA

Former site of the Jefferson County Jail - site of county executions until 1925

Reviews

(110)

4.5 (110)

Brandon_A

Our tour guide Erica was great! We enjoyed hearing all of the stories, especially the ones that occurred in the hotel we were staying in. It was a great nightcap for our brief stay in Birmingham.

michelleu197

David was engaging and informative. His suit, top hat and pipe added to the charm. I enjoyed the history behind the buildings and hearing his personal stories about the strange things that go on inside them. People were asking about other buildings that we passed and he was able to tell them historical information about them with ease. My husband and I have been on ghost tours across the US and Europe, many times we've been left looking at our wayches waiting for the night to be over. David's tour was over before we knew it and we could have spent another few hours with him listening to the history and stories. David made us feel like he had nowhere else to be and spent his time engaging the group with his stories. We never felt rushed and the evening went by too quickly. The only part I didn't like was the jump scares. He was banging on metal objects that made loud and unexpected noises in an effort to make us jump. If you're a jumpy person, just be forewarned expect loud noises towards the end of the tour. If we find ourselves back in Birmingham we would look to join another tour with David. He was an excellent tour guide.

Storyteller255473

This was a fun experience for believers and non believers alike. We were supplied with "ghost hunting" tools. Our guide was knowledgeable, and the tour wasn't cheesy or disrespectful to the poor souls he spoke of. My kids and nephew really like it, as did I! Highly recommended!

barrycL4485FB

David was great! Knew the area and all of the local lore. We’ve been on ghost tours in Chicago, New Orleans & Williamsburg, VA. This was the best! BC

andrew_k

Our tour guide was Erica - she was so amazing and dealing with shenanigans from 4 women enjoying a much needed trip ! The stories were enthralling and even had some spine tingling chills 💀

Anne_A

The stories about the Tutweiller! David was very entertaining and knowledgable; we enjoyed walking with him.

Sallie_L

I wasn't able to take the tour because the tour didnt know he was supposed to be there. We had changed our reservation via the ticket provider - which we were directed to when we clicked on the link on the website for the actual tour place. But they said the never got the notification, which to me seems as if that means they hadn't checked their notifications and alerts and inboxes etc. at all that day or the day before. we ended up doing a self guided tour via an app online for like $7 and it was really cool. Definitely not what we were hoping for so we were very disappointed on that front at least. However. I have to give props to the person at the tour company because he had me fully refunded within 12 hours and it was back in my bank within the next 12. So I can't complain overall as far as that goes.

Ben_P

We learned and saw so much on this tour, and it was all within a couple easy walking blocks! Our guide had unexplainable, creepy orb pictures that previous tourists had taken, and fun stories about the area in between stops.

jcatl

Erica provided my wife and I a great Ghost Walk tour around various churches and hotels in downtown Birmingham. I grew up in Birmingham and still learned a lot of interesting stuff about the city and heard some creepy stories about buildings I’ve driven past hundreds of times. Erica was a great guide and we’d love to book another tour next time we’re in town.

Aaron_T

There was a white SUV down a parking corridor that was, ironically enough, not part of the tour that creeped me out the most.
Collected by Evendo, Tripadvisor & Viator
2024-04-22 10:33