Ghost Tour Meeting Location: Tours begin outside Skull’s Rainbow Room in Printer’s Alley, 222 Printer’s Alley.

Tour Duration: 1hr. across 1 mile

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Ghost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

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Nashville Haunted Rainbow Room
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Nashville Ghosts: Hauntings of Music City Tour

Join Nashville Ghosts on a spine-tingling ghost tour and uncover the disturbing truths hidden beneath the surface of Music City USGA.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 222 Printer's Alley, Nashville TN 37201

Tour TimeTour Times: 8:00 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 1 Hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Nashville Haunted Pub Crawl
Tickets Start At $30

Nashville Ghosts Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl

Discover the history of Nashville’s most haunted watering holes while tasting some of the city's finest brews, booze, and of course, boos.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 222 Printer's Alley, Nashville TN 37201

Tour TimeTour Times: 5:00 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 2 Hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Nashville Hot Chicken Food Tour
Tickets Start At $74

Nashville Southern Comforts Food Tour

Prepare your taste buds for mouthwatering specialties like Hot Chicken and Fried Pickles in one of the country's culinary capitals!

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 200 3rd Ave S, Nashville, TN 37201

Tour TimeTour Times: Email for availability

Tour LengthTour Length: 3 Hours

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Nashville Street Art Tour
Tickets Start At $25

East Nashville Insta-Mural Tour

Explore the best of Nashville's street art and hear fascinating stories about colorful murals, unique artists, and the city's individual culture that created and inspired them.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 625 Main Street, Nashville TN 37201

Tour TimeTour Times: 10:00 AM

Tour LengthTour Length: 1 Hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Visit the Most Haunted Places in Nashville

In the hilly terrain, just a couple hundred miles from the Great Smoky Mountains lies the s southern city of Nashville. By day the city serves country-fried chicken and wings, but at night the blues, bluegrass, country, and haunted honky tonks take over.

Nashville Ghosts reveals the rich history that adds to the depth of the Music City’s otherworldly activity. Walk with us through Broadway’s active nightlife and discover the sinister secrets hidden in some of the city’s most popular locations.


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Ernest Tubb Record Shop

The Ernest Tubb Record Shop is a fantastic destination for those looking to peek into country music history. Located right on Broadway, the store houses some of the genre’s most famous memorabilia, and rumors of ghostly activity ranging from pushing to electrical problems have been reported throughout the world-famous record store.



Ryman Auditorium

The Ryman Auditorium is known as Nashville’s top venue for country music. While many good times have been shared here, it also has a more eerie side. The auditorium was initially supposed to be a place of worship for residents, but eventually, the city converted it into a music venue. Legends state the spirits of fallen country music stars still roam this place where they used to play their music for their beloved fans.


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Downtown Presbyterian Church

Although this is a place of worship for some, others claim the church crawls with eerie vibes. Most of the experiences happen in the church’s cemetery outside. Locals claim that some of those laid to rest never fully passed on and still roam the site. With that kind of spookiness, it’s an absolute must-see on our Nashville ghost tour.





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What to Expect on Your Nashville Ghost Tour

Walk with us through Broadway’s active nightlife and discover the sinister secrets hidden in some of the area’s most popular locations. Learn about the bar where Hank Williams Sr. still grabs a drink or the storied history of the legendary haunted Ryman Auditorium, home of the Grand Ole Opry radio show.

Nashville is one of the most active ghostly locations in the country, and after taking this tour, you will know its deepest, darkest secrets. Hear about the lives impacted by the flood, the terrible acts of a jealous lover, and the dark history that literally hides underneath the city to get a glimpse of Nashville that few truly understand. Our blood-chilling collection of ghost stories will recall the horrifying stories that lay under the glitzy veneer of the Athens of the South.

Built on the hopes and dreams of musicians from around the world, people flock to Nashville, hoping to become the next Johnny Cash, but the truth is, there is only one Johnny Cash. Hitting it big in the music industry requires a combination of raw talent and lottery-ticket luck that few people manage. Nashville Ghosts offers a steadfast look at what makes Nashville such a haunted city. Discover the tragedy that hides behind the sequined cowboy hats and leather fringes of the city’s aspiring musicians.



Discover the Horrors That Haunt Nashville

Learn about the tragic aftermath of the 2010 floods that left a slew of psychic torment in its devastating wake.

Visit one of Broadway’s first honky tonks that remains an eternal home for one of the ghostly former owners.

Discover why Nashville is known for hosting celebrated people, but its more devious residents steal the show.

Check out the location where the original owner shot himself and continues to relive his death on the third floor.

Take a walk down Music City’s dark streets that are said to be haunted by the “Gray Man” and other Civil War ghosts.

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Why You Should Book Your Nashville Ghost Tour Tonight!


If you came to Nashville for the music, there are many more reasons to prolong your stay. Nashville has a blossoming dining scene and a vibrant art scene. Our ghost tour of Nashville covers the music industry in all its painful glory, but we also dive into the history of Nashville before Country Music was even a glint in its creator’s eye.

All our stories are rooted in historical fact, from the tragic end of President James K. Polk to the hauntings of the Downtown Presbyterian Church following the 2010 floods.

Every major era of the history of this great southern town is covered in our tour. Not only will you hear about the characters from these times, but the details will be committed to your memory thanks to the unforgettable ghost stories.


Our tours are scary, and the ghost stories are based on actual accounts that are well researched. But we are not out to make you lose sleep over the ghosts and ghouls of Nashville.

The whole family is welcome to attend the Nashville Ghosts tour and everyone will find something to entertain and educate them regardless of age.

Kids will be entertained by the fascinating story of Captain Ryman, builder of the auditorium where the Grand Old Opry performs today. And who knows if Taylor Swift has met his ghost backstage while she was performing here?

Your tour guides are passionate about telling you entertaining and accurate stories on the Nashville Ghosts tour. But again, everyone will still get a good night’s sleep after doing one of the most entertaining things there is to do in Nashville.


Not everyone believes in ghosts, that’s OK, but we think everyone should at least be open to the possibility. The Nashville Ghosts tour will not try to get you into a séance, or communing with the dead, but we will tell you stories straight out of the history books and share confirmed accounts of ghosts sightings and unexplained phenomena.

Actually standing in the spooky and atmospheric streets of Nashville will bring the stories alive, and although we’ve had many tour participants experience actual ghosts on our tours, everyone has different degrees of perception to the spirits of people from the past.

Children and animals are, in our experience, the most perceptive and open-minded to seeing and believing ghosts. But if you are a fan of Hank Williams Sr. and we tell you the story of his haunting of Tootsies Orchid Lounge it does stand to reason you might be more open-minded than most others. We hope any fans who do consider the tour might be lucky enough to see him walk past them into the bar.


Nashville has a lot to offer the visitor. It’s easy to fill your day with the big sights of the city and then dance the night away along Printers Alley. But that time slot after dinner and before the bars truly get going is the perfect time to soak up some history and the legendary ghost stories from the Athens of The South.

Nashville Ghosts can help you get the most out of your time here. We have the full story of the most fascinating places in town. You’ll be able to share stories of what happens in the basements of some of the bars along Printers Alley!

In one French restaurant on Printers Alley the basement has a small grate in a rear wall that leads into the networks of tunnels. Rumor has it that if you put your ear to the grate, you can sometimes hear the moans of those who lost their lives in these tunnels.

One such story concerns a pregnant slave starting the long and treacherous journey north on the Underground Railroad, aiming to get to relatives in a free city before she gave birth. Eyewitness accounts described the journey as stressful and this brought on early labor for this poor woman, who struggled and screamed in the tunnels right under Printers Alley. Unfortunately, there were complications, and mother and child were both lost that night. The tunnels were the last place to hear their desperate pleas for freedom. Their screams have long been heard in the tunnels that you can peek into from the basement of this French restaurant.


Nashville is a well-connected destination, and you might only have a night or two in town. Our tour will show you the sights and give you a deep dive into a carefully curated set of historical facts and entertaining ghost stories.

On the standard tour, we’ll cover the highlights of the Country Music the town is famous for as well as the buzzing nightspots on Printers Alley. On the extended tour, we’ll visit 4 extra destinations, including the state capitol and the grave of President James K. Polk, a minor league but some say, underrated president, who to this day is still on the move!