Now Open Fri through Sun

All Admission Tickets include a tour of The Bell Witch Cave and John Bell Cabin.

  • Open 10am-5pm on weekends (Sat/Sun) in May.  Last tour starts at 5pm.
  • Open 10am-5pm Wed-Sun in June, July, and August.
  • Open 10am-5pm Fri-Sun in September until the 27th.
  • Sept. 29th-Oct 31st-See “October at the BWC’ under ‘Plan Your Visit’ for hours.

Buy Tickets  Tickets can be purchased on site as well. 

*IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ* WE ARE CLOSED DURING AND AFTER HEAVY RAIN because of flooding. If there is/has been rain in the area, we will update our website banner on the HOME page by 8am. ALSO, we will have to close WITHOUT notice during a pop-up shower or thunderstorm as it is too dangerous for our guests. Please understand this, especially if you are traveling a long distance to visit. As you travel, continue to monitor our local radar/forecast, our website, and our FB page. You can also call (615) 696-3055 for up-to-date information.

Bell Witch Cave Admission Tickets

*All prices include tax

**Active/Retired Military must show valid ID

We accept Visa and Mastercard

Special group rates for school tours, birthday parties, or groups of 20 or more people.

All Admission Tickets include a tour of The Bell Witch Cave and John Bell Cabin.

In October, we have special events and times. See October at the HBWC

Cave Tours

The Historic Bell Witch Cave has been placed on the National Historic Registry since April of 2008.

The Historic Bell Witch Cave tour is approximately 40 minutes long. This guided tour takes guests through the cave owned by John Bell. Guests will see an ancient Native American burial site within the cave and many fascinating natural formations.

Your guide will take you back in time to hear the story of the Bell Family hauntings, and then bring you back to the present with chilling stories of more recent activity in the cave. You may experience a haunting of your own so be prepared!

Cabin Tours

Also included in the admission is a 30 minute guided tour into our hand-hewed log cabin which is a replica of the Bell Family home. The John Bell Cabin is furnished with time period pieces and gives guests a first-hand look at how the Bell Family lived in the 1800s. The John Bell Cabin houses our collection of pictures, books, documents, and genealogy.

Legend Of The Bell Witch

Contact Us

430 Keysburg Rd.
Adams TN 37010

(615) 696-3055

Tennessee Historic Site - Bell Witch Cave & Farm

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