Ghost Tours Of Beaufort

PO Box 531

Beaufort, SC 29901

Phone: (843) 524-4678

City: Beaufort

Region: Coastal & Islands

Ghost Tours Of Beaufort

Join us on guided tours through the historic moss-lined streets of downtown Beaufort. Come and hear the stories of the ghosts in our historic homes. One of the oldest ghosts in America lives in "the castle" in downtown Beaufort. Perhaps you’ll even see a vision of days gone by. Carriage tours are approximately 45 minutes and walking tours are about an hour. No strollers on the walking tours, please. Carriage tours suggested for little children and anyone not steady on their feet. Space is limited, go on-line to or call to make reservations.

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