Nashville, Tennessee. This name brings many thoughts to mind. If one of them isn't ghosts and hauntings, you don't know the real Nashville! Nashville is almost certainly the most haunted city in Tennessee and one of the most haunted cities in America. This is why Ghost City Tours offers guided Ghost Tours in Nashville.
In researching our tours, we came across many interesting haunted locations - our list of the most haunted places in Nashville. However, not all of them are featured on our ghost tours. So, we figured we'd put some of our research onto the website for anyone looking for information about ghosts and hauntings in Nashville.
Below, you'll find Ghost City Tours' list of the 10 most haunted places in Nashville. While some of these locations are open to the public, or simply in a public setting, some of them are not. Do NOT trespass for a chance of seeing a ghost. You're more likely to be arrested.
The most impressive building in Nashville, the Tennessee State Capitol, is also one of the most haunted. For many years, tales of ghosts and apparitions have been told about the Capitol. Does the Tennessee State Capitol deserve the title of 'The Most Haunted Place in Nashville'? Or maybe that title goes to one of the other haunted places on our list.Read more about the Haunted State Capitol
The former home of President Andrew Jackson, The Hermitage has been regarded as one of Nashville's most haunted locations since the days of Andrew Jackson, himself. The reality is that enslaved people were held captive as this historic location - and anytime humans suffer hauntings happen. Therefore it should surprise nobody that the Hermitage has been the site of many ghost sightings and paranormal happenings.Read more about the Haunted Hermitage
If you're interested in the most haunted places in Nashville you'll certainly want to know more about Printer's Alley. For over a century, the ghosts of Priner's Alley have been well known to the locals of Nashville. This once rough and tumble area of the city is home to numerous haunted buildings and ghosts. Our Nashville Ghost Tours even visit this haunted hotspot.Read more about the ghosts of Printer's Alley
Perhaps the most famous haunted hotel in Nashville, the Gaylord Opryland Resort is always a popular place for Ghost hunters. Throughout the years, many guests have reporting having paranormal encounters with the ghosts of the Opryland Resort. If you decide to stay at the Opryland Resort, know you're staying in one of Nashville's haunted hotels.Read more about the haunted Opryland Resort
Many of our fans tend to be the kind of people who are looking for a haunted place to stay. If you fit into that group, and you're coming to Nashville, you'll probably want to book a room at the Haunted Union Station Hotel. Known as the most haunted hotel in Nashville, the Union Station is the realm of ghosts from Nashville's past. Many guests at this haunted hotel have had paranormal events happen during their stay.Read more about haunted Union Station Hotel
Nashville has a haunted cemetery - not a big surprise, right? What might surprise you is why the Nashville City Cemetery is so haunted. For well over a century ghost stories have been told in Nashville about phantoms and apparitions wondering the grounds of this historic Nashville Cemetery.Read more about the ghosts of the Nashville City Cemetery
With names like Patsy Cline and Hank Williams, the ghosts of the Ryman Auditorium may be the most famous ghosts in all of Nashville. The Ryman Auditorium has been haunted by the ghosts of country music's past for many years.
The Ryman Auditorium is also the highlight for many people who join us for a ghost tour while visiting Nashville. Will you be the next person to experience the ghostly happenings at the Ryman Auditorium?Read more about the Haunted Ryman Auditorium
Like many Plantations in the South, the Isaac Franklin Plantation is haunted - the real mystery is who is haunting this historic building? Could it be the Slaves who are haunting it, or perhaps the ghosts belong to the family? Whoever is haunting the Isaac Franklin Plantation isn't shy.Read more about the ghosts of the Isaac Franklin Plantation
What is it about historic mansions being haunted?! The Two Rivers Mansion is not an exception to the rule, being haunted by the family who called this home, well, home.
The Two Rivers Mansion has an interesting history, a history which when known explains the hauntings which are said to take place here. It is no mystery as to why we've included it in our list of Nashville's most haunted places.Read more about the haunted Two Rivers Mansion
The tomb of President Polk, located on the Capitol grounds, is said to be haunted by the ghost of the former President himself! Here at Ghost City Tours we often make a stop at the haunted tomb of President Polk on our ghost tours.Read more about the ghosts of Polk's Tomb
One of the most haunted buildings in Nashville, the Hermitage Hotel houses the specters of a bygone era.Read more about the Haunted Hermitage Hotel
What happens when you mix moonshine and murder? A slew of haunted hotels. That’s why Nashville is one of America’s top spots for paranormal getaways. From mysterious orbs to partial apparitions, those sensitive to paranormal energies will savor their stay at this luxury establishment.Read more about the Haunted Drury Plaza
Burlesque, speakeasies, honky-tonk, strip clubs, moonshine, murder – What more could you expect from a bar in the Bible Belt? Once frequented by living legends, this lounge is now popularized by poltergeists.Read more about Skull’s Rainbow Room
In the heart of downtown Nashville, Tootsie's Orchid Lounge stands in all its vibrantly- colored glory. This famous honkey-tonk was established by Tootsie Bess in the '60s and quickly became a haven for struggling country music artists. With customers like Patsy Cline and Willie Nelson, it's no surprise this quirky bar turned into a Music City favorite.Read more about The Haunted Tootsie's Orchid Lounge