"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)
ABOUT PITTSBURGH'S GHOST TOUR:
PRICE: Price: $18 per adult, $10 for kids 12 and under. All ordering is done on-line. We pay Pittsburgh's amusement tax.
WHERE: Downtown Pittsburgh: the front of the City-County Building 414 Grant St, Pittsburgh, PA 15219. Tours go 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.)
CONTACT US/FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: Here.
ABOUT OUR TOUR: Read what the media outlets have said about us here.
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).