Winchester Mystery House Fright Night Sneak Preview for Two or Four on Thursday, September 27 (Up to 59% Off)

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A house says a lot about its owner, as evidenced by Galileo's collection of telescopes and Lincoln's drawer full of t-shirts that say "I hope I don't get assassinated one day." Take a peek inside the mind of an eccentric figure with this Groupon.

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  • $54 for admission for two people, plus two photos (a $119.95 value)
  • $99 for admission for four people, plus four photos (a $239.90 value)

  • Valid for admission to Fright Night sneak preview on Thursday, September 27, and includes access to the Curse of Sarah Winchester: Resurrection haunt, the "Walk with the Spirits" flashlight tour, the Winchester Historic Firearms Museum, and the Winchester Antique Products Museum.

Since Sarah Winchester's death, many of the house's visitors have reported encounters with ghosts. The "Walk with the Spirits" tour takes guests through the mansion's darkened, maze-like corridors and stairways filled with haunted walk-through attractions, roaming scare performers, and nightmarish tales.

Winchester Mystery House

Winchester Mystery House is an imposing Victorian mansion built by Winchester Rifle heiress Sarah Winchester. The house's floor plan is a study in eccentricity, boasting details including twisting hallways, secret passages, and stairways that lead nowhere. Sarah Winchester built her profoundly odd home in an effort to drive away bad spirits, including that of her late husband, whom she believed cursed her upon his death. While Sarah compulsively remodeled the house until her death in 1922, historians estimate there must have been between 500 and 600 rooms built in total. Due to the extensive remodeling and the ravages of time, only 160 rooms remain—though, by any standard, the house remains a sprawling homage to Sarah Winchester's tormented mind.

Today, visitors make their pilgrimage to the house to witness in person all its peculiar glory. The home is lovingly restored and now plays host to a number of fun, bone-chilling excursions each day. Thrill seekers can stalk through the halls by flashlight during guided tours that divulge the sordid details of Sarah Winchester's nightly séances. History buffs can explore rooms dedicated to period furniture, antique trinkets, and vintage firearms found in the home. A gift shop and café onsite give guests the opportunity to purchase souvenirs, some more edible than others.

Winchester Mystery House

Winchester Mystery House is an imposing Victorian mansion built by Winchester Rifle heiress Sarah Winchester. The house's floor plan is a study in eccentricity, boasting details including twisting hallways, secret passages, and stairways that lead nowhere. Sarah Winchester built her profoundly odd home in an effort to drive away bad spirits, including that of her late husband, whom she believed cursed her upon his death. While Sarah compulsively remodeled the house until her death in 1922, historians estimate there must have been between 500 and 600 rooms built in total. Due to the extensive remodeling and the ravages of time, only 160 rooms remain—though, by any standard, the house remains a sprawling homage to Sarah Winchester's tormented mind.

Today, visitors make their pilgrimage to the house to witness in person all its peculiar glory. The home is lovingly restored and now plays host to a number of fun, bone-chilling excursions each day. Thrill seekers can stalk through the halls by flashlight during guided tours that divulge the sordid details of Sarah Winchester's nightly séances. History buffs can explore rooms dedicated to period furniture, antique trinkets, and vintage firearms found in the home. A gift shop and café onsite give guests the opportunity to purchase souvenirs, some more edible than others.

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    Winchester

    525 S Winchester Blvd.

    San Jose, California 95128

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In a Nutshell

Eccentric Victorian mansion built by a tortured heiress in an effort to elude ghosts houses antiques firearms, museums, and haunted tours

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 27th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. No re- entry after exiting. Costumes, Weapons and illegal drugs not permitted. Photo prints must be claimed on day of event. Flashlight tour is not wheel chair accessible. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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