Historic Ghost tour of Dahlonega Georgia. Guided 1.3 mile walking tour includes Historic Mount Hope Cemetery ... More info ›
Historic Ghost tour of Dahlonega Georgia. Guided 1.3 mile walking tour includes Historic Mount Hope Cemetery. An entertaining, informative history of Dahlonega and its ghostly activity. Paranormal experiences of locals. Most accounts have been personally recounted to us or investigated by paranormal experts. Children welcome, at your discretion. Allow 2 hours for tour. Comfortable shoes and weather appropriate attire is suggested.
Dahlonega, Georgia has a very haunted history, thanks to its gold-mining, Civil War and trail of tears past, as well as its geology. Sightings of Civil War soldiers playing cards in Mount Hope Cemetery, a ghostly little girl in a long white dress who plays in rooms in the Historic District, ghosts who rattle dishes and pans in restaurants on the Public Square, chairs and chess pieces being moved when no one was there…the stories go on and on and are corroborated by town residents.
The 13-location guided tour takes guests on an eerie and intriguing journey full of local tales and legends. The Tour weaves through streets, back alleys, rows of historic buildings, and the historically significant Mount Hope Cemetery. We continuously study Dahlonega’s history and work with paranormal researchers using thermal cameras and other equipment to document sightings.
We are not just a storytelling tour. Hours of investigation and research have been invested in our information. We have researched local history, interviewed historians and local history experts, and personally listened to many, many personal accounts of paranormal activity. Dahlonega Walking Tours had so many stories, in fact, that we have eliminated many that are repeatedly told that cannot be reaffirmed. Our tour reflects our mission of presenting to you a guided tour that is soundly based in historical fact and paranormal activity.
We profoundly believe that reality is stranger than fiction. Our information affirms that there are things that cannot be explained and that we do not know about an afterlife. There are, however, small windows into that world, and Dahlonega, Georgia is one of those windows.