Washington DC Ghost Tours

Washington DC Ghost Tours provides a walking tour given by their “spirit guides” in which the world of paranormal activity in our nation’s capital is explored.  The guides wear Victorian costumes and take you by lantern light through the tour as you learn about the “true hauntings of the 6 apparitions witnessed at St. John’s Church, the poltergeist of the Hay-Adams Hotel and haunted accounts of Lincoln’s ghost within the White House”.

Washington, DC is the America’s most haunted city, making this stop a must see on your list of things to do!  A haunted ghost tour is fun for history buffs and those curious about ghosts.

The time duration of the tour is 90 minutes.  The walking distance of the tour is 1/4 mile long. Reservations are REQUIRED!  Call to make reservations or buy your tickets in advance online at the website.

Washington DC Ghost Tours 

1520 H Street Northwest

Washington, DC 20005-1003

P. 888-844-3999

W. Washington DC Ghost Tours


Tour Information 

Ghosts of LaFayette Park – Tour Information

Tour Time 8:00 PM Nightly
Admission $15 Adults (Ages 12+) $8 Children (Ages 7-11) FREE Children (Ages 6 & under)
Starting Point In front of the Dolley Madison House 1520 H Street Northwest Washington, DC 20005-1003
Tour Dates March-November (Mid) Closed: Easter, July 4th, Thanksgiving

Hop on a Washington D.C. Ghost Tour by Graveline Ghost Tours

Duration: 90 Minutes

Distance: 1/4 Mile

Capitol Hill Haunts

One of the most haunted sites in Washington, D.C. is also one of the most iconic places in the world. On the new Capitol Hill Ghost Tour, you’ll hear the stories of the feuding ghosts of past lawmakers in the House, haunted souls surrounding the Lincoln Conspiracy trials, the specters of Presidents and the curse that surrounds everything on the Hill. Uncover tales of the famous statues that dance at night in the Statuary, the disturbances at the Folger Library and the Demon Cat that torments the guards of Capitol Hill to this day. Learn the haunted history of the Supreme Court Building, the Library of Congress, and the US Capitol that the day time tours are afraid to tell!


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Meet the Tour Guides


Leading Tours Since 2003

Frank is a professional stand-up comedian and actor. He has been featured on many television networks including NBC, CBS, FOX, & TLC. Frank has been featured in commericals for ESPN was featured on the PBS series Southern Haunts. Frank holds a Bachelors Degree in English from the University of Tennessee and has been guiding ghost tours since 2003.


Leading Tours Since 2009

Political vagabond by day, ghost tour guide by night, Lexie is a consummate storyteller and Abraham Lincoln enthusiast. She aspires to be an Adventure Historian. In the meantime, Lexie is content to be a ghost-story-telling historian who collects facts like other people collect stamps. She was not raised by a time-traveling Teddy Roosevelt and his band of Rough Riders, no matter what she tells you.

School and Youth Group Trips

School and Youth Group Trips

Looking for a fun, exciting and memorable activity for your next group outing?

We offer unique, entertaining, and educational tours. Our tours offer a great way to learn the history and lore of the city. Some refer to our tours as a “sneaky history lesson. We offer a perfect way to cool down in the Summer with a ghost walk in Washington DC.

Group accommodations vary depending on the time of year, please contact our office with any questions at (888) 844-3999.

With years of group tour experience, your group is our top priority. Through the years we have successfully hosted companies such as Microsoft, Dell, and Saturn, as well as hundreds of school and church groups. We have also proudly entertained high profile audiences from many traveling shows including the entire Broadway cast of “Peter Pan.”

Tour Information 

Washington D.C. has a storied and glorious past. The Capital is rich in history and monumental democratic achievements, but behind its gates and within its corridors a darker past is hidden. Conspiracies, crimes of passion, duels, and assassinations are some of the reasons that Washington’s Lafayette Park is known to some as “Tragedy Square.” On the Washington D.C. Ghost Tour your professional tour guide will lead you by lantern light to discover the true hauntings of the six apparitions witnessed at St. John’s Church, the poltergeist of the Hay-Adams Hotel, and the legendary accounts of Lincoln’s ghost within the White House. See for yourself why Washington D.C. is regarded as the nation’s most haunted city.


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  • David

    came here a couple of times with my girlfriend, some creepy stuff lol… woah i did not there were so many places nearby…i would love to checkout “the imagination stage”,, best part is that its nearby ^.^