“If you’re gonna be scared to death in the South, Bulldog Tours leads the most frightening ghost tour in all of Charleston, the Old City Jail” – Samantha Brown, Travel Channel
“For kids who have a special spot in their hearts for graveyards and hauntings, a ghost tour is in order. There’s nothing like a spooky old graveyard at night, and this tour takes brave souls into one of Charleston’s oldest cemeteries on a 90-minute tour that covers about three-quarters of a mile.”
“Explore the Old City Jail (the most haunted building in the city), the spooky Provost Dungeon (which held prisoners as early as the 1780s), and the oldest cemetery in town (dating back to the 1600s) on a Charleston ghost tour.”
“If your child is a fan of ghost stories, take the Charleston Ghost and Dungeon Walking Tour.”
“If the overgrown cemeteries resting next to churches send chills down your back during the day, then the opportunity to traipse through them at night while listening to the tales of the people who are buried there may just do you in. But it’s worth it. The Charleston Ghost and Graveyard Walking Tour by Bulldog Tours is a graveyard jaunt offered nightly.”
“Bulldog Tours is one of the most prominent leaders of ghost tours, offering various treks through town, graveyards and even the Old City Jail.”
“Whether you’re interested in the Civil War, pirates and prostitutes, or ghost stories and voodoo, there’s a walking tour that covers it. Try Bulldog Tours, the only company that has access to the city’s dungeon, so you can see the gritty—though pleasantly polite—underbelly of this Southern town.”
Voted best tour company in Charleston by the Charleston City Paper for four years in a row, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012.
Charleston was voted “Top City in the United States” by Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards in 2011 and 2012.