Asheville Ghost Tour

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If you want to journey into the intriguing history in Ashville, North Carolina, then you have found your best option right here! US Ghost Adventures will take you on a ghost tour journey one historical site at a time. As the top haunted house and ghost tour company in Asheville and the rest of the country, USGA has got the goods on the ghosts of history – we even own the Lizzie Borden House! All the tours that we offer are given by handpicked, experienced, educated, local guides. You will hear firsthand eerie accounts by our tour guides and maybe even other guests who have experienced the unexplainable. You will likely get creeped out but don’t expect an amusement park thrill! If that’s what you’re looking for, then this tour isn’t for you. We don’t have people dressed in costumes ready to jump out and scare you. Instead, we give authentic accounts of history to make sense out of the unexplainable. Whether you are simply visiting the state of North Carolina or looking for some insight into the haunted past about your hometown Asheville, USGA’s Asheville Ghost Tours will provide you with a hauntingly good time to remember!

Lined by the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, the land around Asheville was once a part of the Cherokee Nation. In 1765 Colonel Samuel Davidson and his family settled in the Swannanoa Valley, paving the way to what became the city of Asheville.
In 1797 Asheville served as an outpost catering to travelers such as Daniel Boone and Davey Crockett. Asheville primarily served as a crossroads of Indian Trails on a plateau surrounded by mountains and rivers on all sides.
In 1880 the railroad arrived, transforming Ashville into a therapeutic health center and resort. People flocked to Asheville looking for a beautiful mountain escape escalating the population in a few years. The city drew visionaries, poets, and explorers, which is a tradition that continues today.
Asheville is home to the Biltmore Estate, America’s largest home. Built in 1895 by George W. Vanderbilt, the house has 35 bedrooms, 43 bathrooms, and has 65 fireplaces. The estate sits on a sprawling 8,000 acres with plush gardens and fountains.
In 1889 Asheville operated one of the nation’s first electric street railways that served to transport supplies used to build the Biltmore Estate. Today it’s known as Approach Road that guides guests to the Biltmore Estate.
There are tunnels underground in Ashville. Although some believe they were an abandoned project for a subway, they were more likely to smuggle alcohol during the prohibition.
History abounds in the city of Asheville, truly worth a trip to visit the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain life.

Since 2013, US Ghost Adventures has offered entertaining, historic, and authentic ghost tours of America's most haunted cities. We deliver fun yet honest accounts of hauntings across the nation. Our ghost stories are based on historical research, but that doesn't mean they won't send a chill down your spine.
Our founder, Lance Zaal, is an authority on haunted sites in the US is frequently
consulted by the media as an expert on unexplained phenomena.
US Ghost Adventures also offers virtual tours, a self-guided mobile app, and an Alexa
voice app. Get on the Asheville Ghost Tour train and schedule your ghost tour today!

Our ghost tours are not only educational, but they are also a lot of fun! There’s nothing like walking the streets of Asheville, North Carolina, nestled in the valley of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. You will not only learn about Asheville’s intriguing history, but you will also feel the rich history of the lives lived, as well as the deaths of times long ago. We offer great historical information on cities and tours across the country suitable for all ages so be sure to bring the kids! Visit US Ghost Adventures website at and read more about the many cities we offer historic ghost tours!

Tour Location Meeting Location

Outside the Jackson Building

Weather Weather

Ghost tours are held nightly, rain or shine.

Tour Duration Duration

1 hr., across 1 mile

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