‘Tis the season for ghosts…and more! Check out our haunted happenings as we celebrate Halloween the entire month of October!
DAILY GHOST & GRAVEYARD TOUR
As always, our flagship tour, Alexandria’s Original Ghost & Graveyard Tour, will be offered every night this October and twice on Fridays and Saturdays! On weekend evenings, join us at 7:30pm (or 9:00pm) at the corner of King and Fairfax Streets (at the Burke & Herbert Bank) to check in or purchase last minute tickets. Every other night, we’ll be outside of the Visitor Center. You can Purchase tickets online in advance to guarantee a spot!
GADSBY’S HALLOWEEN TOUR
On Friday, October 27th, join us for a one night only Halloween experience! Visit Gadsby’s Tavern and hear the story of the Mysterious Female Stranger, whose identity is still unknown to this day. Visit the bedroom where she spent her last hours on earth. Walk the floors she walked and the floors she may be walking to this very day. Explore the historic building while you hear the tragic story that transformed this woman of mystery into a ghost! Tours given every 30 minutes from 7:00-9:00pm. Make sure to purchase tickets online! This tour sells out!
TOUR ALEXANDRIA 360
Continue the touring fun from the comfort of your own home, your tablet or virtual reality glasses! We have just launched a new video tour channel on YouTube. The more subscribers we gain, the more content we’ll be able to offer in the future. Check us out, subscribe and enjoy the virtual tours, including a FREE mini ghost tour!
OCTOBER CHARITY: WOUNDED WARRIOR WEDNESDAYS
We’ve started a bit of a tradition in Octobers that we’re proud to continue this year. For every ticket purchased for Wednesday ghost tours in October, we’ll donate $1 per ticket to the Wounded Warrior Project. This year, we’re also hoping you’ll help us donate even more by subscribing to our new YouTube channel, Tour Alexandria 360: subscribe here. If we reach 1,000 subscribers, we will donate $1,000 dollars — please help us reach our goal for this very worthy cause!
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