In one of the nation’s ritziest neighborhoods, ghosts seem reluctant to leave their charmed lifestyles. Hosting some of Boston’s finest architecture, Copley Square already feels like the 1800s at night, and the host of spirits who built it are still walking its streets.
Walk through the Back Bay and uncover the legends of Trinity Church, The Copley Hotel, and the nation’s first public library. Wealthy intellectuals who died of natural causes linger to watch the shoppers on Newbury Street. Gruesome deaths by fire and ice have left the angry imprints of the victims behind. But for the most part, the curious spirits from Copley to the Public Gardens languish pleasantly, blending right in to the neighborhood’s charming night vibe.
Fairmont Copley Hotel
Boston Public Library
Phillips Brooks Statue
Original Site of MIT
Former Boston Museum of Natural History
Taj Hotel (formerly the Ritz Carlton)
Boston Public Garden
Private Tours begin at $270.00 (+tax), which covers a group of up to 10 guests for up to two hours.
Small group tours longer than two hours are $135.00 (+tax) per hour per guide.
For customized tours in groups larger than 10, please contact us for pricing.
This tour typically lasts 90-120 minutes. We can do it faster or slower, but tend to recommend at least 90 minutes.
This tour path is roughly 9/10ths of a mile, or 1.5 km.
This tour can be delivered in corporate attire, Colonial period dress, or Victorian-era dress, as requested.
We love doing Ghost Tour Pub Crawls. Please let us know if you’d like to customize your tour, adding a bit of time and some beer.
You will almost certainly NOT see a ghost on this tour. Sorry. They just don’t seem interested in working regular hours. However, in fairness, photographs taken around the Copley Hotel have contained very bizarre images.