Octagon Hall historical marker


Built in 1847, Octagon Hall stands today as a monument to a by gone era. The hall has been residence, Masonic meeting lodge, a hospital, and even served as a safe house for soldiers during the Civil War.

a figure in a window


The Octagon Hall is widely regarded as one of the most haunted places in the South. It has been featured on A&E, The Travel Channel, Syfy, The History Channel, Discovery, and many others.

inside the Octagon Hall Museum


Tours for the general public are available for a $5 cash donation per person (12 & up) every Wednesday to Saturday from 9 am to 3:00 pm. *Please Note: (The last tour is given at 2;30 pm.) The Hall is closed on major holidays. For more information email us at: [email protected] or call (270) 266-1294