FAQ’s – Tobacco Road Tours:
Q. How do we purchase tickets?
A. By calling 800.979.3370 or by ordering on-line below
Q. What happens if it rains or snows?
A. Our tours go on rain or shine. We suggest your bring an umbrella if rain is in the forecast.
Q. When does your tour shut down for the season?
A.We operate our tours year round.
Q. Are your tours appropriate for children?
A. Yes, our tours are appropriate for children 8 years old and up. The exception is our Pub Crawl & Haunted Adventure (Durham & Raleigh) which you must be at least 21 years of age.
Q. Are your routes accessible with wheelchairs or strollers?
A. All our routes are wheelchair and stroller friendly. Please keep in mind that our walking tours consist of at least one mile and some are 1.5 miles of walking.
Q.What makes your tour different from the other ghost/haunting/paranormal tours?
A. We are vastly different from all the other tours in many ways. Our guides are informative and enthusiastic! Each of our professional storytellers have their own distinct style, all of which take you away from all the noise and traffic.
During late September, all of October and part of November, TRT provides several tour date and time options. In addition, we are happy to provide you with a “private” tour. Private tours have a minimum of 10+ guests. Please contact us for additional information at (919) 371-2653 or TRTservice@tobaccoroadtours.com
Q. Can you guarantee that I will see a ghost?
A. While we cannot insure that you will see a ghost while on our tour make sure to take photos along the route – you may catch an orb or ghostly figure as other guests have in the past.
Q. Is there a lot of walking on your tour?
A.The Raleigh Haunted Footsteps Ghost Tour and Durham Dark & Mysterious Ghost Walk is 1.5 miles total. However, the tour lasts 90 minutes and there are five stops along the route. Some stops even have benches or seating along the way. Our Chapel Hill Horrifying History Ghost Tour is approximately 3 miles and takes 2 hours, so please be mindful for small children and elderly seniors. The Chapel Hill tour is not wheelchair friendly; please note.
Q. Are we permitted to take photos while on the tour?
A. Absolutely! In fact we highly encourage it as you may very well capture a ghostly image (Orb) or two!!