Opening a portal to the netherworld usually requires a combination of candles, incense, and an interpretive dance based on Goodnight Moon. Skip the complex rituals with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for the Original Haunted Ghost Tour and absinthe cocktails for two (a $60 value)
- $35 for a Haunted Tour 2.0 and absinthe cocktails for two (a $70 value) The Original Haunted Ghost Tour, which departs at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Tuesday–Saturday, leads groups of up to 13 guests through the Victorian-era structure that once served as a speakeasy and brothel. The Haunted 2.0 Tour—which gathers Friday and Saturday night at 10 p.m.—digs deeper into the seedy underbelly of Shaker’s history as a former bordello. Each option includes a Death in the Afternoon absinthe cocktail, which guests can clutch as they navigate through the basement and haunted penthouse.
Hangman Tours' knowledgeable guides lead guests on spooky jaunts through Milwaukee's haunted past. These quirky tours offer a series of historically accurate tours to suit anyone's proclivities. The flagship tour takes place inside Shaker's Cigar Bar, which since 1894 has been home to a cemetery, a speakeasy, and a brothel, and seen its share of murders. When the weather warms up in March, Hangman Tours' head outdoors with their Milwauking Dead, Whoring 20s, and Cream City Cannibal tours to retrace the steps of crooked politicians, gangsters, prostitutes, and more, that checkered the city's past.
“The drinks with the groupon were just okay, but the places is amazing and the radio show was really neat. If there is room sit at the second bar, you get to admire...”
“The drinks with the groupon were just okay, but the places is amazing and the radio show was really neat. If there is room sit at the second bar, you get to admire the building more.”
“It was a great time but prepare your eyes for the cigar and cigarette smoke! If you can get past that you will really have a wonderful time! ”
“Amazing drinks and cigars, grab a seat at the bar and enjoy the night away.”