Haunted House DC Ghost Tour Locations, Tickets, Parking, and General InfoGet ready to experience the best ghost tour in Washington D.C.!
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Discover the ghosts of Washington D.C., and learn about what history has left behind to haunt the living!
Location: All Ghost Tours meet at the north side of the Ellipse, where Ellipse Rd NW meets E St NW, near the site of the National Christmas Tree. Please see the google map below for directions. Regular haunted house DC tours end at The W (Willard) Hotel. Extended tours finish at the Ford’s Theater.
Haunted House DC ghost tour locations: President’s Park, the White House, Octagon House, Blair House, Decatur House, Hay-Adams Hotel, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Dolley Madison House, Treasury Annex, The W Hotel, National Theater, and Ford’s Theater.
When: Ghost tours to the haunted houses in DC are held at 8PM. Please arrive ten minutes early and give yourself plenty of time to find parking and to arrive on time. Tours are held rain or shine!
Admission: Admission to the DC Ghost Tour must be purchased in advance, either online, or over the phone at 202.810.0709. Tickets are only good for the date and time purchased. All sales are final, but tours may be rescheduled for a future available date as a courtesy, depending each situation for a $10 fee. Tours are held rain or shine. Tour sizes do not exceed 30 people per group.
You do not need to print tickets. Once your order has been made online, you’ll receive a confirmation email with meeting details, and will be added to our list! Please dress comfortably. There will be about 1.5 miles of walking involved.
Extended Tours: Extended ghost tours begin at the same time and place as the regular ghost tour. The only difference is that they begin with the same tour guide after the regular tour ends, to visit two additional DC haunted houses. Extended tours require advance purchase.
EMF detectors: EMF detectors are small, handheld electronic devices that pick up electro-magnetic fields (EMFs). Both objects and living things send EMF fields. It is believed that ghosts or other paranormal entities radiate a certain type of electro-magnetic field. When they do, these EMF detectors will light up depending on the strength of the EMF signal. Kids and adults enjoy using the EMF. It doesn’t always pick something up, but you never know if you’ll get lucky!
Transportation: Metro and Parking
Metro: The closest metro stops are McPherson Square Farragut West on the Orange, Grey, and Blue Lines. Click here for a metro map.
Parking: Check ParkMe for the closest parking garages, their prices, and ratings. Three of the closest parking garages:
1) LAZ Parking Garage, 1700 Pennsylvania Ave NW #1 (202) 785-4979
2) Metropolitan Square Parking Garage, 655 15th St NW, (202) 393-0297
3) Parking Management
Don’t worry, we don’t think the parking garages or metros are haunted by anything more than parking fees… yet!
Experience haunted Washington D.C. like never before!