WE ARE PITTSBURGH'S GHOST TOUR
The curators of Pittsburgh's nightmares, the archivists of its fears, and the trustees of all things that go "bump in the night" in Western Pennsylvania.
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"This isn’t a tacky tourist trap or a collection of generic urban legends. This walking tour dives deep into Pittsburgh history to unearth forgotten tales . . . all featuring a good scare or two. Prepare to learn a few juicy Steel City secrets." (Pittsburgh Magazine)
Join us for a spine-tingling, outdoor, walking ghost tour of one of America's most haunted cities. Our downtown tour starts at the City-County Building. We'll take you as close to as many haunted sites as we can and regale you with Pittsburgh's greatest ghost stories. We know where all the bodies are buried! Pittsburgh has a North Side and a South Side--we take you to its dark side. Tours run rain or shine.
WHEN: Saturdays: Spring to early November (Friday tours coming soon). Tours start at 7 p.m. and run approximately 75 to 90 minutes.
PRICE: Price: $18 per adult, $10 for kids 12 and under. All ordering is done online via Showclix. We pay Pittsburgh's amusement tax.
WHERE: Downtown Pittsburgh: the front of the City-County Building 414 Grant St, Pittsburgh, PA 15219. Tours run rain or shine, and we start on time. (Sorry, there are no public restrooms available at the City-County Building at the time we do our tours).
PARKING: For parking options, go here. (In addition, there is a large public parking lot directly across the street from the City-County Building.)
PITTSBURGH has a South Side and a North Side--we take you to its dark side. Our downtown outdoor walking tour takes you as close as possible to the old Burgh's most haunted spots. At Haunted Pittsburgh, we happen to think the truth is far more interesting--not to mention scarier--than anything we could possibly make up.
So if you are looking for underpaid actors with fake English accents donning ghoul costumes and telling stories that are obviously made up, THIS ISN'T THE TOUR FOR YOU. If you get a thrill when zombie-wannabes, bathed in strobe lights and caked in grotesque make-up, jump out and grab you, THIS ISN'T THE TOUR FOR YOU. If you are pining to see door knockers transform into the face of Jacob Marley, THIS ISN'T THE TOUR FOR YOU. But if you like to hear about Western Pennsylvania's creepy history--stories that will raise the hair on the back of your neck and leave you feeling a tad uneasy before you shut out the lights at night--this is the tour for you. This is the real deal: we tell good old-fashioned ghost stories--creepy stories, stories that are "meticulously researched, brilliantly crafted, and beautifully told" (post-gazette.com).
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WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT US: KDKA-TV (Haunted Pittsburgh takes Channel 2 on a tour of the haunted old Allegheny County Jail); KDKA-TV (Haunted Pittsburgh on the haunted Carnegie Library of Oakland); KDKA-TV (Haunted Pittsburgh on the haunted Cathedral of Learning); WTAE-TV (feature on Haunted Pittsburgh); PITTSBURGH MAGAZINE (Haunted Pittsburgh named "Best of the Burgh"); PITTSBURGH MAGAZINE ("Haunted Pittsburgh's Incline Ghost Tour . . . takes you to the top of Mount Washington and casts the scenic neighborhood in a whole new light."); PITTSBURGH MAGAZINE ("This isn’t a tacky tourist trap or a collection of generic urban legends. This walking tour dives deep into Pittsburgh history to unearth forgotten tales, many starring some of the city’s most prominent citizens — and all featuring a good scare or two. Prepare to learn a few juicy Steel City secrets."); PITTSBURGH MAGAZINE (Haunted Pittsburgh featured with Rick Sebak as "history-focused locals"); PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE.COM ("This is truly great stuff— a delightful mix of Western Pennsylvania history and eerie supernatural lore — all meticulously researched, brilliantly crafted, and beautifully told."); PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE (Haunted Pittsburgh tour guide called one of Pittsburgh's ambassadors); PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE ("The ghost stories flew fast and furious on a Sunday night walking tour across campus . . . ."); PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE ("These walks are a chance to learn about Pittsburgh then and now -- and the places where then-residents might still mingle with residents now."); PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW (Haunted Pittsburgh is "the result of meticulous research into the purported supernatural ties of some of the city's most famous figures and places."); PITT MAGAZINE ("The tour group applauds. Then they file under the stone entranceway of the Cathedral . . .to huddle beneath the gothic ceiling and await the next thrilling tale."); PITT NEWS (feature on Haunted Pittsburgh); PITT NEWS ("Haunted Pittsburgh is a local historical group with the aim of sharing local spirit lore by offering ghost walks, something the city previously lacked. . . . . Ghost walks offer a safe environment to feel chills up the spine."); PITT NEWS (interview with Haunted Pittsburgh founder); PITT NEWS ("Haunted Pittsburgh . . . is in its eighth year of tours and not without subject matter.") DUQUESNE DUKE ("There are plenty of stories told on this journey that will leave you pondering late into the night."); POINT PARK GLOBE (Haunted Pittsburgh's founder "wanted the perfect combination of ghost stories that make the skin crawl, and the enriched history of Pittsburgh that many people do not know."); LAKE ERIE TIMES NEWS ("We . . . came away from the tour feeling like we had learned a lot while having had fun along the way."); JIM KRENN RAW (Pittsburgh radio legend visits Haunted Pittsburgh); BOSTON GLOBE ("Haunted Pittsburgh runs tours from May through November of the underside of that town’s age of robber barons and steel millionaires.")