what are the most haunted places in Austin?
If you're planning a trip to Austin Texas, there is a good chance that you're interested in the many haunted houses, cemeteries, and other locations in town. If that sounds like you, you're in luck!
Below, you'll find a list of some of our favorite haunted and spooky locations in and around Austin. Many people like visiting these haunted places during the daytime, then come back at night to take a Ghost Tour with us.
Between a friendly spirit, a cigar-smoking specter, and a full-bodied apparition, this property is crawling with poltergeists. What’s haunting The Driskill Hotel?Read more about The Haunted Driskill Hotel
This historical landmark has seen as many poltergeists as politicians. From former leaders to forbidden love, what’s haunting the Texas Governor’s Mansion?Learn more about the Haunted Texas Governor’s Mansion
As the Most Haunted Capitol in the country, this building is brimming with poltergeists. Commonly spotted in a suit and top hat, Robert Love is the Capitol Building’s most prominent specter. He’s stalked the haunt for the last one hundred years, frightening staff as well as passersby.Read more about The Texas State Capitol Building
As a prime property for paranormal enthusiasts, this supernatural hotspot is full of phantoms. Investigators have even spent the night inside the historic building, eager to find evidence of paranormal activity.Read more about The Confederate Women's Home
Reports of paranormal activity at the Littlefield House have run rampant for near-on a century.Read more about The Haunted Littlefield House
Covering four blocks of Austin’s former Red Light District, City Hall is riddled with poltergeists. From gamblers to working girls, get ready to meet the Ghosts of Guy Town.Read more about The Haunted Austin City Hall
Orbs appear eerily bright. Uneasy sensations snake down your back. Travelers claim they're being watched by unseen specters. What lurks beneath Oakwood Cemetery?Read more about The Haunted Oakwood Cemetery
Every Opera House must have their Phantom, and the Millett is no exception. As one of the most paranormally active sites in South Texas, this spine-chilling property will follow you long after you’ve left.Read more about The Ghosts of the Millett Opera House
As the site of the 1966 massacre, there’s no doubt that evil energies lurk the University of Texas Tower. Does the poltergeist of Charles Joseph Whitman still prowl the observation deck?Read more about The University of Texas Tower
True Crime was keeping Austin weird way before art students arrived. That’s why paranormal enthusiasts can’t get enough of Congress Avenue. From mysterious orbs to full-bodied apparitions, this historic hotspot isn’t for the faint of heart.Read more about The Royal Sonesta Hotel