of Boston's Past
Charles Dickens guides you on a ghost hunt through haunted Boston visiting the most haunted hotel in New England, the Red Coat ghosts, mass graves, ghosts of the revolution and his own haunting grounds. Beware, this tour is not for the faint of heart.
Best time to go?
It's the spookiest at night. If you plan to visit the Granary Burial ground go between 9am and 5pm.
How to take the smart immersive audio experience?
Go to: The Boston Common visitors center, 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111
Download the Walkntours app. Select your tour. Choose your language (available in 20 languages). Listen on headphones, bluetooth speaker or bluetooth headphones. Press play.
Historic stays, places to visit and eat while in town
Places to Visit
The Granary Burial Ground
The third oldest burial ground in Boston and home to many of the revolutionary hero's you learned about. Paul Revere. Samuel Adams. John Hancock. Click here to learn more.
Places to Stay
The Omni Parker House
The oldest continually run hotel in the US. And one of the most haunted. Its doors have welcomed nearly every president, rock star and celebrity. JFK proposed here. Malcom X worked here. Ho Chi Minh was a pastry chef in its kitchen. Charles Dickens lived here. It is historic, central and a great value.
Boston Haunted Walk
Take a human guided tour to experience what goes bump in the night. Click here to learn more.
Dig Deeper into the story
With nearly 400 years of history ghosts are sure to haunt this historic city. Learn more about what goes bump in the night.