$17 for a 75-Minute Walking Ghost Tour for Two from Spirits of '76 Ghost Tour (Up to $35 Value) 

Center City East, Philadelphia

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Guides light the way through Old City, stopping at more than 20 sites tied to ghost stories, folklore, and the city's dark history

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Expires Sep 15th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required at least 48 hours in advance via Groupon Scheduler. $5 fee per ticket applies for any schedule changes and for reservations made within 48 hours of tours. Subject to availability. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. This is an outdoor walking tour and does not go into any of the sites along the tour. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A haunted tour offers surprises around every turn, much like doing literally anything blindfolded. Delve into the darkness with this Groupon.

$17 for a 75-Minute Walking Ghost Tour for Two (Up to $35 Value)

Guides lead you down Old City's cobblestone streets while narrating ghost stories and sharing folklore detailing the darker side of Philadelphia's past. The tour includes stops at more than 20 sites, from Carpenters' Hall, a place beset with mysterious footprints, to the McCall School, a place with an eerie connection to Edgar Allan Poe's “The Tell-Tale Heart.” View the schedule for tour times.

Spirits of '76 Ghost Tour

Philadelphia’s historic cobblestone streets, landmarks, and old buildings can take on an eerie aura in the moonlight, the perfect backdrop for the guides of Spirits of ’76 Ghost Tour to tell tales of the city’s dark past. Developed by historical experts at The Constitutional Walking Tour, the Spirits of ’76 Ghost Tour traverses Old City, stopping at more than 20 sites, such as the Physick House, Library Hall, and City Tavern. At these destinations, guides share stories that weave together a narrative of both reported hauntings and folklore. They tell tales of ghostly visitors that range from soldiers to historical figures such as John Barry, who constantly tries to explain to people who he was. Strolling past some of the city’s oldest cemeteries and graveyards, tourists may spot out-of-the-ordinary shapes, such as free-floating orbs.

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All Locations

  • Center City East

    325 Chestnut St.

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106

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