DC Ghosts walking tours take in some of the pivotal historic locations in this great city. See the places where our great nation was formed. Soak up the spirit of the place while we tell you about the fascinating history and gruesome hauntings that infest this city.

Stand outside the Cutts Madison House on Lafayette Square and hear the tragic story of Dolly Madison, who showed a nation how to be gracious and what a good hostess looks like.

Hear truly horrifying stories about the Presidents, assassins, and poltergeists that haunt Washington D.C. today.  This is a perfect after-dinner experience that will help digestion, give you stories to tell for years, and provide an entertaining and educational tour around 8 or 12 locations in a truly fascinating city.

Below are just a few of the locations we will visit on your tour. Some of the further afield locations that we researched, but were too far away to include on this ghostly walking tour, made it onto our Washington DC ghosts blog, where we share more of the fascinating stories that prove Washington is a most haunted city.


Blair House

The Blair House

The site of Harry Truman’s failed assassination, Blair house is teeming with the spirits of his would-be killers. Several prominent figures, including even Vladimir Putin, described their short stays as hazy, draining, and confusing.

Hay Adams Hotel

The Hay Adams Hotel

The Hay Adams Hotel was the site of tragedy for the author Henry Adams’ wife, Clover. Her cries can still be heard today, and she continues to cause disturbances for guests. Learn more about the mystery behind her sudden death.

St John's Episcopal Church, Washington DC, haunted by the Washingtonians, and a stop on our DC Ghosts walking tour.

St. John's Episcopal Church

The 2nd oldest structure in President’s Park, St John’s Episcopal Church is referred to as the “Presidents’ Church. The bells toll for the deaths of persons who’ve held the highest office, as well as those held in high esteem for this country. Who are the men who show up in white robes, referred to as “The Washingtonians,” who quickly vanish as if into thin air?