Want a side of spook with that Philly cheesesteak? Say no more! US Ghost Adventures is here to bring out the frights in Philadelphia! We offer the best ghost tours in the US, and we even own the spooky Lizzie Borden House! Philadelphia has seen countless wars, deadly epidemics, and the beginning of the American Dream. But have no fear! US Ghost Adventures is here! We offer the best ghost tours in the country, so don’t keep these colonial-era spirits waiting! Our tour guides are Philadelphia locals, and they know the city’s history like the back of their hands. They’ve even had some supernatural experiences of their own! Our ghost tours are exciting, informative, and most of all, authentic! There’s nobody in a cheap costume sneaking up behind you for a cheap thrill. We rely on the real haunted aura of Philly to get those juices flowing. So what are you waiting for? Book a Philadelphia ghost tour today!
Long before Rocky ran up the steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the area was inhabited by the Lenape tribe, who occupied a small village on the Delaware River. The Europeans arrived in the 17th century, and the area quickly became an important hub for the new colonists. William Penn charted the Pennslyvania colony in the late 1600s and laid the foundation for a new city called Philadelphia, Greek for “brotherly love.” Early Philly was a large slum, but Benjamin Franklin worked to improve the city’s living conditions. As tensions with the British grew, Philadelphia’s central location made it an ideal flashpoint for American revolutionaries. The city served as the capital of the US for a time until Washington DC was established in 1800. Later on, Philly became a hub for European immigrants and African Americans who migrated from the South. The city was a major global destination, being home to the Pennsylvania Railroad and hosting the first World’s Fair in the United States. Today, Philadelphia is known for being the home of America’s Founding Fathers, but that’s not all that rests in the City of Brotherly Love. As it turns out, Philly is crawling with ghosts and ghouls! Pay a visit to the Baleroy Mansion in Chestnut Hill, voted one of the most haunted homes in America. In the span of just two weeks, two people were found dead in the house under mysterious circumstances. Check out the old Fort Mifflin, the only battlefield of the Revolutionary War that’s still standing. A man with no face haunts the fort, and many report hearing bloodcurdling screams coming from inside. Even though Philly is an excellent place to hang, it’s no walk in the park! So don’t spend another day wondering what kinds of haunts lurk around town. Book your Philadelphia ghost tour today!
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 and 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
Philadelphia is known for its historical value and delicious foods, but ghosts also lurk in this historic city. Don’t miss out! These revolutionary spirits are eager to meet you! Learn more about the city’s haunted history on our blog, Philly Ghosts. And don’t forget to book your Philadelphia ghost tour today!
The 'Tomb of the Unknown Soldier'
Ghost tours are held nightly, rain or shine.
1 hr. across 1 mile
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