Reservations & questions (704) 798-3102
The Salisbury Ghost Walk began in 2010 and covers a six block area in downtown Historic Salisbury, North Carolina. The stories are well researched and reveal findings from present day investigations. The narratives are published in a book entitled, The "Wettest & Wickedest" Town: An Illustrated Guide to The Legends & Ghosts of Salisbury, NC by Karen C. Lilly-Bowyer.
Join Boo for a fun-filled walk around downtown to hear the tales of haunts from days-gone-by that continue to reveal themself today. Salisbury's reputation as the "the wettest and wickedist town" still lingers in the spirits. Be sure to bring a camera, flash light, and a friend to share the night.
Reservations are suggested and can be made online via the "book it" app or by sending an email to:
or call (704) 798-3102
Ghost Walk Information:
Tours meet on the steps of the Old Salisbury Post Office (Rowan County Administration Building), corner of Church St. and Innes St. 130 West Innes Street.
Adults ....$10.00 Students ....$5.00
Children 5 and under are free
Private Tours for groups of 8 or more are available year round. Call to schedule.
Click the box below for reservations.
NOTE: You can not make reservations on line after 5:00 PM the night of your tour. This app is disabled at 5:00 pm so we can prepare for the tours. You may still join us by arriving 15 minutes early and pay cash for your tickets.
Friday, Nov. 25 - 7 PM
Saturday, Nov. 26 - 7 PM
Weeknight and private tours available year round for groups of 8 or more... call to schedule yours.
Be sure to bring a camera
We hope you will join as the weather permits. Walks will be cancelled ONLY when lightening is present. Rain delays may be enacted when lightening is not present!
Ghost Walk Schedule:
Walking tour reservations (704) 798-3102
Be sure to visit our photo gallery which includes many haunted photos from recent walking tours.
The online reservation button does not work after 5:00 PM. This allows time to prepare for the walks. You may still participate by arriving early and paying cash.
*Salisbury Friday Nights Out on the Town. Shops downtown are open later on these nights.