Admission for Two to Haunted Graham Mansion (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Major Graham Mansion

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In a Nutshell

A favorite site of paranormal investigators, a 18-room antebellum mansion with sinister past serves as sprawling, macabre haunted house

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 3rd, 2013. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 8 or older; children 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Not handicap accessible. Extra $3 fee for parking. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Hauntings are frequently attributed to a community’s overactive imagination, much like the existence of Wyoming. You be the judge with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $15 for admission for two to the Haunted Graham Mansion on September 27–28, October 4–5, or November 1–2 (a $30 value)
  • $20 for admission for two to the Haunted Graham Mansion on October 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, or 26 (a $40 value)

The one-hour tour features trips through the Haunted Mansion, Slaves’ Quarters, Graveyard, Moonshine Cabin, Trail of Terror, Corn Maze, Nuclear Warhead, Psycho Ward, and Bloody Barn. Click here to see tour start times for specific dates.

Haunted Graham Mansion

Haunted Graham Mansion’s history is one of spiritual torment. Named after Major David Graham—an officer in the Confederate army during the Civil War—the 25-room mansion bespeaks the opulence of the antebellum South with its grandiose scope, elegant woodwork, lavish mahogany mantle, and floor-to-ceiling oak doors—all of which are authentic relics of the original 1838 mansion or subsequent 19th-century additions and renovations. In those rooms exists a menagerie of spectral orphans, musicians, and Civil War–enlisted men—at least according to multiple paranormal investigators

Behind the mansion's genteel façade lurks a sinister past that began before the first brick was laid. Montgomery Courthouse documents show that, prior to the mansion's construction, slaveholder Joseph Baker—whose cabin originally occupied the grounds—met his comeuppance at the hands of two men he had enslaved, murdered in the precise spot where the mansion would eventually sit. The men were subsequently hanged from a hickory tree not far away. According to legend, their spirits haunt the mansion and the herringbone trails that run through its grounds. There, they commingle with the restless souls of Confederate officers who held secret meetings on the mansion's third floor and a mysterious ghost named Clara. Rumor has it that the 9-year-old girl was hidden in the Graham children’s bedroom during the war. In Clara's room, guests have seen a disquieting toy ball rolling along the floor past her favorite dollhouse, as if guided by a childish poltergeist. Witnesses have felt the presence of other spirits, including the mansion’s ominous patriarch, Squire David Graham, along with his wife Martha.

Every fall, the caretakers of the mansion transform its authentically eerie backdrop into the Haunted Graham Mansion, a spine-tingling pastiche that draws equally from both the mansion's haunted past and modern horrors such as flesh-eating zombies and mangled mutants. Visitors endure the mansion's spectral haunts while being accosted by sights and sounds ranging from the cries of shackled servants to Joseph Baker's axe-sliced head.


95% of 262 customers recommend

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  • “The haunted mansion during Halloween is awesome and Well worth the money. Best haunted attraction this side of Virginia.”

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    Major Graham Mansion

    2115 Major Graham Rd.

    Max Meadows, VA 24360


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