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Asheville Ghost Walking Tour and Mystery Museum

  • Explore Asheville’s haunted history, and hear spooky stories from your guide
  • Go with a guide and avoid getting lost in a city you don’t know at night 
  • Gain exclusive access to the collection at Asheville Mystery Museum 
Asheville Ghost Walking Tour and Mystery Museum
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Asheville Ghost Walking Tour and Mystery Museum
On this Asheville ghost tour, you’ll get exclusive access to the Asheville Mystery Museum in the basement of the Asheville Masonic Temple. Explore writer Joshua P. Warren’s private creepy collection, which is only available for viewing with this tour. Plus, your guide will will lead you through the dark on a tour of the city’s most spooky sites, and you’ll learn how to use ghost-hunting equipment, too.
What to Expect
This Asheville ghost tour meets at the Asheville Masonic Temple on Broadway Street in the city.

In the dark of the night, follow your guide around the streets of Asheville. See some of the most haunted areas as you listen to stories about ghosts who won’t go away, brutal murders, and many other spine-chilling tales. Plus, find out why psychics consider the city a vortex.

Afterward, head down to the basement of the Asheville Masonic Temple with your guide, and gain exclusive access to the Asheville Mystery Museum.

In the museum, your guide tells you about the city’s bootlegging, hangings, and even mummies. Wander through the collection to see photographs of apparitions caught on camera and other super-scary items.

Once you’re done exploring the museum, your guide takes you back outside to show you some ghost-hunting techniques. Use real equipment to try and experience paranormal activity before your tour ends.
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Reviewed today
Great way to spend an evening in Asheville!

The tour is fun, funny, thoughtful and packed with fascinating information about Asheville's history. As explained at the beginning of the tour, the lens through which the paranormal is viewed is a historical one. This not only adds context to the surroundings, but also makes...More

Thank thadman
Reviewed 3 days ago
Great to learn about history of haunted Asheville

Great tour and tour guide really believed in what he said. Learned a lot about the history of haunted Asheville. Lots of walking up and down hills and some stairs. Tour is really 2Hrs and better, so wear comfortable shoes!!

Thank PatD4332
Reviewed 3 days ago
Haunted Ghost tour

Christian really knows what he is talking about on this tour. He gave us information he knew personally about, and not the “ from what I’ve heard” version. I will definitely do this again if we are back in Asheville.

Thank Wendy F
Reviewed 3 days ago
The Guide Matters

We had an abysmal 2 hours on this tour. Honestly, it was HORRIBLE. It was clear to my husband and me that most of the group was also un-amused. Our tour guide was a nice guy but couldn't tell a story to save his life....More

1  Thank GenevieveChase
Reviewed 6 days ago
The whole family enjoyed the ghost tour

While looking for fun things to do in Asheville, my son came across this tour. So glad he found this. It was great and so much fun. My younger son likes watching all the ghost shows so he really had a good time. Our guide...More

Thank Heidi C
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Jennifer K
26 June 2018|
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Response from Stephanie J | Reviewed this property |
I don't recall how long the walk was, but the tour took about 2 hours. It was fairly hilly with a few stairs.
Danielle J
3 June 2018|
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Response from Stephanie J | Reviewed this property |
Our tour was a little over two hours.
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