Explore the paranormal with DC ghost tours
You might identify DC as the nation's capital, but you may start to see things differently after checking out one of the area's ghost tours. These spooky adventures could send chills down your spine, as they blend history and the supernatural and are located near many of the homes for sale in Washington, DC.
DC Ghost Tours
Check out DC Ghost Tours to learn about assassinations, conspiracies and duels that took place in the nation's capital. Professional guides will show you why DC's Lafayette Park is often called Tragedy Square. Tours start in front of the Dolley Madison House at 1520 H Street Northwest, and are held from March to November.
National Building Museum
You might not know it, but legend has it that the National Building Museum is haunted. There have been several reports of strange incidents over the past century, and you'll have a chance to see a new side to this historic building. The National Building Museum hosts tours of 5 to 25 people.
Step into the paranormal realm by exploring the district on a Washington Walks ghost tour. You'll be able to explore the district's history at night, and can learn about the story of navy hero Stephen Decatur. Each trip is approximately two hours, and begin at the Octagon sign at 1799 New York Avenue, Northwest.