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Mobile Ghost Tour

Journey to the original home of Mardi Gras and discover the otherworldly side of Southern royalty and Civil War soldiers on a Mobile ghost tour with Lizzie Borden Ghost Tours.


Experience the compelling terrors of Mob City at the most haunted and historic sites in town. Learn about Mobile's vast and violent history on one of our nightly tours through the city.

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Why You Need to Take a Mobile Ghost Tour

With ghostly experiences in over 100 cities, Lizzie Borden Ghost Tours is the leading expert in the otherworldly nationwide. We know a thing or two about ghosts! Our experienced tour guides are ready to explore the world of the dead with you through detailed research and personal experiences. You may even hear a scary story from another guest! Book your tour today to peel back the veil of Mobile’s haunted past.

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Five Stars

Susie was a great guide. She even included her own personal experiences in her talk. Good story teller. Beautiful walk around Atlanta in the evening. A fun night.

Christy Clark

Five Stars

Susie was a great guide. She even included her own personal experiences in her talk. Good story teller. Beautiful walk around Atlanta in the evening. A fun night.

John James

Five Stars

Susie was a great guide. She even included her own personal experiences in her talk. Good story teller. Beautiful walk around Atlanta in the evening. A fun night.

Jesse Peters
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Why is Mobile So Haunted?

Modern Mobile was founded in 1706 and quickly became the capital of the French colonies in the New World. From the start, it became a place soaked with death and disease. Yellow Fever ran rampant in the new colony and took hundreds of lives with it. The cemeteries were filled with bodies, but many returned to the surface due to the high water table.

As a port city, Mobile has seen the lives of many sailors come and go. The hauntings of Bienville Square, where a sea captain is often seen smoking his pipe before vanishing into thin air, document this tragic part of Mob City history well. The city changed hands many times, from French, British, Spanish, and American, willingly bringing in a new cast of characters into the grips of Mobile’s wrathful hands.

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During the Civil War, Mobile became a strategic access point for Union soldiers looking to decimate Confederate forces. The Battle of Mobile took place on August 5th, 1864. The vicious attack led to 300 Union soldiers and nearly 1500 Confederates captured or dead. The city was set ablaze, but Union victory came at a price. Now, the spirits of this important battle roam Fort Conde and other historical landmarks, searching for redemption in the afterlife.

The Civil War left its mark in many different ways across the Azalea City. Learn about how the last slave ship docked in Mobile and how pieces of the ship are still being discovered today. Along with these planks of wood came the spirits of tortured enslaved peoples and their captors. Discover these truths and many more on our nightly eerie excursion through Mobile.

Why should you tour with us?

You Want to Be Where The Party is, Particularly Mardi Gras!

New Orleans has been long known as the place for fun and festivals, but Mobile is actually the place where these famous soirees originated. Port City Ghosts takes you to the site of America’s first Mardi Gras as well as the very grounds where America’s first carnival parade took place. Get the true story about one of America’s most beloved and outrageous festivals while also hearing about the spirits who aren’t ready to stop celebrating.

You Want to Experience Mobile’s Interesting and Unique Culture Like a Local

Mobile is full of national attractions, drawing in thousands of tourists each year. As much as there is to see, you’ll definitely get the most out of your time here by going off-script a little. While its haunted history isn’t as well known as its main attraction, the USS Alabama, a tour with Port City Ghosts will give you a first-hand look at these haunted locations and the chilling tales that gave them their terrifying reputation. You won’t believe some of the stories that this quaint and cozy city harbors in its darkest corners.

It’s Your First Time Visiting a Southern City and State

The South played a significant role in the shaping of America, and with the death and destruction that came with this uprising, so did untimely deaths and gruesome ends. If it’s your first time visiting the South, take in the history with tales from the past that are alive in the afterlife. Get ready to hear stories to tell around a campfire, made extra terrifying by the fact that every one of them is true.

You Want a Fun and Spooky Way to Enjoy Your Bachelor/Bachelorette Party

You’ve done the bar hopping and have had your fill of delicious Creole food and unique shops. Why not cap off your night in a way that’ll put other bachelor/bachelorette parties to shame? Take your party on a Port City Ghosts tour and experience a night of adrenaline-pumping, bone-chilling fun that’ll keep you and your guests on their toes. You may even take back some spooky stories of your own.

You Don’t Believe in Ghosts

We get it. If you’ve never seen a ghost, it’s hard to believe they exist. That may change after a tour with Port City Ghosts. Prepare to have your mind altered after visiting sites such as Bienville Square, that’s inhabited by the spirit of a former Sea Captain. Should you smell the faint air of smoke, no need to worry. It’s just the Sea Captain keeping an eye on his favorite spot in Mobile.

Most Haunted Places in Mobile, AR

The Malaga Inn

Mobile’s infamous Malaga Inn is right up there with the Lizzie Borden House and The Hollywood Roosevelt on America’s list of most haunted hotels. Built during the chaos of the Civil War, the Malaga offers 39 rooms of comfort, class, and creepiness. Every single room at this historic hotel in Mobile has been reported as haunted by the ghosts of Civil War soldiers and widows. Some even crawl into guests' beds to grasp at one last interaction with the living.

Cathedral Square

Situated in the center of Mobile’s bustling downtown, Cathedral Square once housed hundreds of the city’s earliest residents after their expiration date. Known as the Campo Santo, this 1790s cemetery stretched underneath the modern-day Cathedral of Immaculate Conception and was used until the early 1800s. Yellow Fever victims were laid to rest here, many of them at devastatingly young ages. Open your ears, and you may still hear their footsteps wandering through the park at night.

The Battle House Renaissance

Built over the site of a military base used in the War of 1812, the Battle House Renaissance was aptly named. The spirits of Mobillians from different eras still battle their way for supremacy over the living. Henry Butler, the 1929 Mardi Gras King, was murdered within the walls of the 1852 hotel, and a heartbroken bride hung herself some years prior from the chandelier of the ballroom where she was married. They are among the many that haunt Azalea City’s most elegant hotel rooms.


Parking and Meeting Place

Please see your booking details for meeting location. There are neighboring parking garages and street parking that are available in the area.

Group Size

Group size varies based on time of year and demand. We can keep everyone in your party in the same group. We’ve been doing this for years, and manage group size to ensure guests have a great experience. In the event you can’t hear your tour guide, let them know, or move closer to them.

Dog/Pet Policy

Pets are welcome as long as they do not disrupt ot distract from the tour

Arrival Time

The arrival time will be listed on your confirmation email and in the available tour times when you click the book button

How To Contact Us

Please do not call us, the best way to reach us is by email using the contact form on this website

What Is An Extended Tour?

An extended tour takes you to a few additional locations when the regular tour ends. This adds about four new places and 30 minutes to your tour- highly recommended

How Do I Order An Extended Tour?

Book a tour and check the +1 box for each person in your group where it says “Extended Tour” at checkout to add an extended Ghost tour.

How Do I Order a Private Tour?

Please contact us directly for pricing and availability. We do not do private tours under 30 persons. If you have a group under 30, please order directly from the website’s book now option.

Weather/Cancellation Policy

Tours are held rain or shine. We will contact you if the tour is cancelled.

Can I Show Up To a Different Tour Day and Time?

Please only attend the tour for the day and time you are booked, as another day or time may not be available. If you need to reschedule, please contact us by email first. There is a $10 per order (not person) rebooking fee for each schedule change.

What If I'm Late?

As it is unfair to other guests, we do not wait for late or no show parties. Please remember to arrive to the correct location on time! We do not grant refunds to guests who fail to arrive to the appointed place on time and miss their tour.

Do Ghost Tours Go Inside Buildings?

No, but some of the locations you can visit during the day for free. We simply wouldn’t have the time to focus on as many stories as we do if we were to enter each one, and we wish to focus on the stories, and leave the exploring up to you!

When Should I Arrive?

15 minutes before the start of your tour

Do You Offer Food?


Do We Ride in a Vehicle?

No, this is a walking tour.

Is Your Tour Wheelchair/Stroller Friendly?

Most of the tour is not stroller or wheelchair accessible.

Can I Take Photos?

Yes, you are welcome to take photos of the locations we visit!

Can I Take Video?

No, videos are not allowed

Can I Smoke On Tour?

No, there is no smoking allowed on the tour

Alcohol and Drinking Policy

We do not allow intoxicated guests or drinking on the tour- we will promptly ask those in violation to leave

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Lizzie Borden Ghost Tours

America’s most infamously haunted house delivers the most terrifying scares from all across the nation. We’ve compiled an extensive list of notoriously haunted locations and packaged them into spooky, entertaining tours available throughout the nation. Discover the true, unfiltered stories that created these hair-raising scares in only the unique and engaging way our expert guides can bring them to you. From the ghosts of unsolved murders and tragic accidents to disturbed spirits unable to find peace, there’s no limit to what we expose on our authentic ghost tours. Join us as we take you on an unforgettable, chilling journey through your city’s dark past and uncover the sinister secrets that put these places on the otherworldly map.
The Lizzie Borden House is home to the infamous murders that captivated the nation and made Lizzie Borden a macabre household name. Guests can explore the house via a variety of tours and, for those brave enough, stay in this notoriously haunted home. We aim to provide you with a memorable experience as well as deliver the best ghost tours, haunted pub crawls, and a variety of other experiences in over 100 cities.


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