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Are there any kid-friendly ghost tours in Savannah?

There are many options for Ghost Tours in Savannah, GA. If you were to look on the tourism website, you’ll see the variety of walking and trolley tours available throughout the year.

Savannah consistently ranks among the top travel destinations. Travel to Savannah continues to grow and the city enjoys visitors from all over the world. Most recently, the city was named “A World’s Best City for United States & Canada” by Travel & Leisure. Over 13 million visitors come to Savannah each year and the numbers continue to increase. Families are a big part of the vacationers looking for the diverse offerings of historic downtown, Tybee Island, and surrounding areas.

Many popular family activities include local shopping, unique restaurants, a day at the beach, or the many tours offered in the historic area.

Finding the right tour to satisfy the interests of kids, teenagers, parents and grandparents can be challenging. Savannah Ghost Show was designed with the family in mind. This Savannah ghost tour was created to address the demand of a family-friendly tour that did not focus on the paranormal.

The popularity of ghost-hunting television shows has brought a steady stream of ghost hunters to Savannah. Many are toting ghost-hunting gear in hopes of detecting and documenting a voice or vision from beyond the grave.

Savannah Ghost Show is a Savannah ghost tour that focuses on the legends and folklore of Savannah, while incorporating special effects, comedy and magic tricks to make the experience fun and mystifying. “Memories not nightmares,” is the unofficial slogan of the tour.

7:30pm is the start time to allow families with younger children to experience a Savannah night without creeping too far into bedtime. Others find the time allows for dinner after the tour.

When considering a ghost tour in Savannah, GA be sure you know what you’re getting into before you purchase a ticket. Call the company. Ask questions. If we can help in your decision making, let us know.

Jimi Gibson, Owner
Savannah Ghost Show