While Lawrenceville is the oldest city in the Atlanta metro area, for many years it was a sleepy suburban Southern town. With the growth and development of the metro area, at the turn of the century much of historic downtown was renovated. These renovations awakened the sleeping ghosts, and sparked increased reports of paranormal activity, thus setting the stage for Lawrenceville, GA Ghost Tours.
Whether it is tales based on local legends handed down over the decades or recent paranormal investigations, our professional storytellers will regale you with stories that will send a chill down your spine. Come find out (if you dare) why the Lawrenceville has the most popular ghost tour in the metro Atlanta area.
11 Alive highlighted the haunted history of Lawrenceville during a recent visit.
Lawrenceville Ghost Tour (Walking Tour): Come take a 90-minute scary stroll around the beautiful historic courthouse square and by storefronts restored to their turn-of-the-century charm.
On our scary stroll you will:
- Learn about the night that the dead walked down the main street of Lawrenceville
- Hear about bizarre paranormal events that have happened recently in the businesses that line the square
- Step inside the Old Jail and perhaps experience paranormal activity for yourself.
Lawrenceville Ghost Trolley: Hungry for even more stories? Wanting to see more of haunted Lawrenceville? The Lawrenceville Ghost Trolley (which does include a little walking) travels beyond the square to explore more of this city’s darker past.
Places you will visit on the trolley tour include:
- The Female Seminary where you will hear why the ghosts of little girls still run up and down the stairs.
- The historic railroad depot, where you will be told the horrible story of Lawrenceville’s forgotten murders.
- The Historic Lawrenceville Cemetery, long considered a haunted hot spot by nationally known paranormal investigators.
Join us (if you dare) for one of our 90-minute tours of some of Lawrenceville’s most interesting places and the stories behind its most bizarre events, hauntingly told with the charm and personality of a real Southern storyteller.