What You'll Get
Fear is the secret to happy marriages, lasting friendships, and the final ingredient in numerous madman-created serums. Get a healthy dose of fright with thisGroupon: for $26, you get two tickets to a ghost tour from Ghost Tours Miami in Coconut Grove (up to a $52 value).
The scare-conjuring guides of Ghost Tours Miami regale guests with teeth-chattering tours of area sites rumored to harbor supernatural presences. During nightly two-hour walking tours, groups of 20–25 depart from the historical Coconut Grove Playhouse, a vintage structure built in 1926 and renovated into a theater in the 1950s. A guide sporting a black Victorian hat and a spray can of ghost repellent leads groups through 9–12 history-rich destinations, such as the oldest marked grave in Miami-Dade County and a sacred spring where ghosts wash their century-old laundry. Tours take place on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights. Guests should check Ghost Tours Miami’s website for availability and wear comfortable walking shoes. Video recording is prohibited.
Though Ghost Tours Miami sometimes features a discounted price online, this deal still offers the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. Subject to weather. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ghost Tours Miami
It's easy to forget amid all of the concrete and neon, but Miami is an ancient place. Eons before the first modern residents began to move into the Coconut Grove cemetery, indigenous people were shielding themselves from the elements using the region's natural rock ridge and sunless tanning salons. Today, Ghost Tours Miami visits the restless spirits that have gathered here over the centuries, including the specters in the windows of the Coconut Grove Playhouse. Pirates, pilots, gangsters, and those too close to gangsters have all met their ultimate fate in this tropical cove, and the photographs and stories of spooked tour guests testify to their continued presence.