Washington D.C. is one of the most haunted cities in the United States. Our Nation's capital, Washington D.C. has a very interesting history. From former presidents and government officials, find out who (or what) haunts the streets of Washington D.C.
We encourage you to read through our list of the most haunted places in Washington D.C. However -nothing will replace a great ghost tour. So while we hope you enjoy our pages about the most haunted places in Washington D.C., we also hope you'll join us for a ghost tour in Washington D.C. - so we can show you these locations and tell you even more ghost stories about them!
As one of the oldest stage theatres in the nation, Ford’s Theatre is as illustrious as it is iconic. It's hosted politicians, presidents, and public officials.Learn more about the Ford’s Theatre
Don’t let the arcadian atmosphere fool you, there’s something wicked in President’s Park.Learn more about the Haunted Lafayette Square Park
Haunted by war criminals, Confederate spies, and Lincoln co-conspirators, the Old Brick Capitol is America’s spookiest location.Learn more about the Haunted Old Brick Capitol
Locked doors unlock on their own; radios turn on and off again. Objects are moved by unseen hands. Visitors encounter mysterious orbs, full-bodied apparitions, and cold spots.Learn more about the Haunted Hay-Adams Hotel
Designed by a failed necromancer, the U.S. Capitol Building is overrun with poltergeists. From demonic cats to phantom presidents, this is the Most Haunted Building in the World.Learn more about the haunted U.S. Capitol Building