Capitol Square Ghost Walks

Click here to purchase tickets for our next Public Ghost Walk.

Madison Ghost Walks runs regular public tours through the Halloween season (September and October.)

We can run a tour for you anytime, please contact us to schedule a private tour for a group of you and your friends, co-workers, paranormal group, or anyone interested in the darker side of Madison’s history!

Check out the Isthmus article featuring Madison Ghost Walks on the cover of the magazine!

Our original walking tour introduces you to the unique heritage of the Capitol Square in Madison, Wisconsin. You’ll hear tales of haunted history, ghost stories, local folklore, and recent reports of paranormal activity . This tour is frequently updated with new information from ongoing paranormal investigations as well!

channel 3000 WISC-TV ghost tour preview

Click here to see an interview with our guide Lisa Van Buskirk and a preview of a story you’ll hear on the tour!

“Mike provided a fun and entertaining walk through downtown Madison for our late-afternoon Ghost Tour.  Mike’s knowledge on the origins of the buildings and the spooky history involved was a great way for me and my group of four to spend their fall team-building.  Highly recommended!” – Matt Apps, TDS

Please join us for a walk around some of downtown Madison’s spookiest (as well as most beautiful and historic) locations.

The cost is $15 per person. Please call (608)448-6453 to make reservations.

What to expect? Haunted history tours are not like Halloween haunted houses. No rent-a-ghouls have been hired to jump out and startle you. However, if you’re captivated by local folklore, into Wisconsin legend tripping, a student of Madison history, or just interested in sparking your imagination with strange tales about Madison, this tour is for you.

“A co-worker and myself were asked to come up with an idea for a team building exercise for our annual department outing. I had recently heard someone talking about a ghost tour of downtown Madison and we decided that would be something that everyone might enjoy. We didn’t tell our group what our outing was going to be or where, so for a week we sent out daily email clues based on the places we would visit on the Ghost Tour. Everyone had a great time on the tour!  Our group spent time after the tour discussing our fun new haunted history of Madison!  A lot time has been spent getting facts and historical data about Madison, and it was presented in an organized and very witty fashion. Thanks for a great time Madison Ghost Tour!”  – Linda L., Dean Health Care

Madison Ghost Walks on NBC 15!