Haunted Tours & Walks South of Buffalo


Updated September 2015

It’s time to see for yourself if the many, many legends of the spooky South Towns are true – and have fun while you’re at it. There’s no better way to get in the Halloween spirit then peeking into the world of ghosts, the supernatural and the paranormal.  There’s even a haunted pub crawl if you’re feeling extra fun!


The Haunted Pub Crawl in East Aurora

Tony Rome’s Globe Hotel – 711 Main St., East Aurora, NY

Tour Contact: (716) 655-6663 

Beginning September 19th and continuing every Saturday through October 31st meet in East Aurora at 6:30pm to register for a 7pm start time.  The focal point of the tour will be 4 haunted pubs, village tradition, and supernatural stories.  For $20 you will receive a glow-in-the-dark cup for the crawl, but drinks will not be included.  Reservations are necessary and the tour sells out at 50.  The tours are led by senior tour guide and author, Rob Lockhart or senior tour guide, Sarah Barber.  They are joined along the way for a nightcap by the founder of the Haunted History Ghost Walks.



East Aurora – Ghost Walks 2015

The Roycroft Inn – 40 S. Grove St., East Aurora

Tour Contact: (716) 655-6663 

On Saturday, September 5th and continuing every Saturday through October 31st starting at 7pm, this village classic Haunted History Ghost Walk will take place through East Aurora beginning at the Roycroft Inn.  This Haunted History Ghost Tour has been the showcase tour since 1997 and is led by the founder of the walks, Mason Winfield.  Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $10 for ages 7-11 and can be purchased at hauntedhistoryghostwalks.com.



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Ghost Walk: The Supernatural Roycroft!

The Roycroft Inn – 40 S. Grove Street, East Aurora, NY

Tour Contact: (716) 655-6663

On Friday, October 16th at 7pm, explore the ins-and-outs of the mysterious Roycroft Campus.  The Roycroft Inn has such a spiritual and historical background that a tour was created specifically for this building alone.  Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $10 for ages 7-11 and can be purchased at hauntedhistoryghostwalks.com.  Don’t forget to inquire about the world traveler, Elbert Hubbard, and the bone-chilling significance of his portrait behind the bar!



Hamburg Paranormal Walks, LLC

Meets at Main Street Ice Cream – 35 Main Street, Hamburg, NY  |  paranormalwalks.com

Email: paranormalwalks@gmail.com

Every Saturday from September 12th through October 31st at 7pm, enjoy this alluring village connected to two presidential assassination conspiracies and an array of haunted tales.  This interactive historical tour full of intensely researched material will cover mysteries of the past, strange deaths, demons, secret societies, and much more!   Admission is $10 per person with no reservation required and free parking in Hamburg Village parking lot.  Fun fact about this paranormal walk; when a year of walks draws to a close, a share of their profit will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House on West Ferry in Buffalo, the Wyndham Family Home for Children in Lockport, and the Hamburg Disabled Veterans.



Orchard Park – Ghost Walks 2015

Spot Coffee – 6519 East Quaker Rd, Orchard Park

Tour Contact: (716) 655-6663 

On Fridays from September 18th through October 30th starting at 7pm, this “lovely” village Haunted History Ghost Walk will take place through Orchard Park beginning at Spot Coffee.  Like any upstate village, expect the unexpected haunts: lost graveyards, holiday-season apparitions, after-death visitations and more. Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $10 for ages 7-11 and can be purchased at hauntedhistoryghostwalks.com.


Jessica Kelly
Author: Jessica Kelly

Jess is a freelance writer and photographer with a focus on food, travel, and entertainment living in Buffalo. Her work has appeared in over 10 different local publications in WNY, the Huffington Post, Dame Traveler, Insider, Wine Enthusiast, Kitchn, AAA World Magazine, and Thrillist. She's a self-proclaimed bloody mary connoisseur, obsessed with all things Buffalo, the Real Housewives of EVERYTHING, horror movies, vintage cookbooks, coffee, and food markets. Follow her crazy adventures and countless food pictures on Instagram @Adventures.Are.Waiting!

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