Yes, tickets must be purchased in advance. Our Bonaventure Cemetery tours often sell out so we suggest purchasing your tickets early to guarantee your desired tour day. Tickets may be booked online through FareHarbor with a Visa, MasterCard, or American Express, or by calling our office.
Is the tour suitable for children, and what type of ticket should I purchase for a very young child?
The 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. tours are appropriate for all ages. Adult tickets are $25 each, and we offer a reduced price for children ages 4-12 ($15). Children three and under are free of charge.
What if it rains?
Our tours go out rain or shine, so please dress accordingly!
What is the difference between all of the 6th Sense World tours and events?
The Bonaventure Cemetery tours focus on history and symbolism, rather than scary/ghost stories. The Sixth Sense Savannah Ghost Tours, and The Midnight Tours cover different sections of the south side of the Historic District. The America’s Most Haunted City Tour visits the north side of the Historic District. The south side is more residential than the north side, which is somewhat more industrial.
Ultimately, each residence or property has its own unique story, so each tour – which stops at different locations – has different ghost stories. None of the walking tours in town will take you inside the properties, except our Friday night paranormal investigation event, Inside the Harper Fowlkes House Museum. We are one of the original tour companies in Savannah, being in business for more than 20 years now. We are responsible for the research and investigations that put many of the now famous places on the map! Truly, not just a tour, a Savannah Experience.
How much walking is involved and what is the pace?
Bonaventure Cemetery is massive at over 150 acres. The two-hour duration of the tour takes you approximately a mile in distance. We walk at a leisurely pace and stop frequently to discuss interesting points along the way. We do recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes. We are the only tour company to offer lightweight, portable walking cane/seating upon request.
Where does the tour take place?
The tour takes place at Bonaventure Cemetery, located at 330 Bonaventure Road, Savannah, GA 31404.
Does the tour start and end at the same place?
Yes. The tour meets inside the Jewish Entrance near the concrete picnic tables with green umbrellas at the very front of the cemetery.
Is transportation provided for the tour?
Guests are responsible for self-transportation to and from all tours.
Are there bathrooms along the way?
Bathrooms are not available along the way. We heavily advise refreshing before your tour, however, an outdoor facility is on site and also available at our Welcome Center & Gift Shop at 415 Bonaventure Rd, just a half-block from the entrance of the Cemetery.
Will locals enjoy the tour as well or is it mostly for tourists?
Absolutely! This tour not only provides more historical context and information about the city you live in, it’s also great entertainment. Additionally, the tour is an excellent way to entertain out-of-town guests, celebrate a special occasion, or encourage professional team building.
Are the tours conducted in English only?
Yes, at the moment we can only offer tours in English, but you are welcome to arrange for an interpreter. Please note that if you are accompanied by an interpreter, they will need a full priced ticket.
Is there anywhere to buy food or drinks along the way, and can I bring my own?
Bottled water is recommended to bring. We do offer simple refreshments (drinks/snacks) at our Welcome Center & Gift Shop at 415 Bonaventure Road, just a half-block from the Cemetery entrance.
Can I bring alcohol on the tour?
Alcohol is not permitted on Cemetery property.
Are cameras allowed on the tour?
Yes, cameras are permitted and we encourage you to take photos. However, video filming is prohibited without express prior permission of Bonaventure Cemetery.
Does the tour guide accept gratuities?
Gratuities are not included in the ticket price, and are always appreciated for a job well done.
Is the tour wheelchair and stroller accessible?
The tour is available for those with wheelchairs or strollers, however, some areas are gravel and sandy.
Is there public parking available nearby?
Free parking is available at the Cemetery.
Are dogs/pets allowed on the tour?
All pets, with the exception of trained service dogs, are prohibited on the tour.