Are you brave enough to take on these metro Atlanta ghost tours?

Experience a Ghost Tour of haunted, historic Little 5 Points! Tours meet once a week at L5P Community Center parking lot and last until November 5, 2022.
Courtesy of Little 5 Points Business Association

With fall decor in place and Halloween movies available on all the streaming platforms, it’s officially spooky season. If you’re looking for a real scare, consider booking a ghost tour.

Georgia’s historic cities are the perfect backdrop for those seeking an eerie experience. From cities you’ve frequented but never realized were haunted, to historic theatres, October is the perfect time to check in with the paranormal all around you.

If you dare, check out the list below:

Little 5 Points Ghost Tour

Experience the haunted history of Little Five Points with the third annual L5P Ghost Tour. The guided tour takes place several times each week through November 4, showcasing the spooky history of iconic Atlanta landmarks like 7 Stages Theater, and lesser-known haunts like House of Ravenwood. Tours meet in Findley Plaza, and tickets can be purchased at

The Roswell Ghost Tour knows just how haunted its historic town is and provides spooky strolls year-round. In October, tours occur almost every night. The tour is a lengthy one, at two and a half hours, and includes a visit to Founders Cemetery, where city founder Roswell King is buried.

Location: Roswell - 610 Atlanta St, Roswell, GA 30075; Website:

Capturing the Spirit of Oakland Halloween Tour

This Atlanta favorite returns and will take place over two weekends from Oct. 19 through Oct. 29 with a special VIP night that takes place on Halloween. Designed to “enlighten rather than frighten,” a knowledgeable guide takes guests through the historic cemetery to meet some of Oakland’s most notable and notorious residents after dark.

This tour often sells out, so book what you can while you can.

Location: East Atlanta - 248 Oakland Ave SE; Website:

Ghosts of Marietta

Guests are taken on a lantern-led walk through the streets of downtown Marietta while hearing stories about the spirits who never left the city’s historic district. Wear comfortable walking shoes and, if you tend to scare easily, feel free to bring a flashlight. Tours are held on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays year-round.

If walking isn’t for you, try the Scaryetta Haunted Trolley Tour.

Location: Marietta; Website:

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