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- $12 for two tickets to Tales of Terror ($24 value)
- $19 for four tickets to Tales of Terror ($48 value)
On Thursday, October 23, at 6 p.m., families gather around a fire at Travellers Rest Plantation to listen tales that are spooky and suspenseful. Once attendees are covered with goosebumps, they’ll embark upon a lantern-lit scavenger hunt. In addition, a historic house tour will be offered every half-hour beginning at 6:30 p.m., with a maximum of 25 people per tour.
Historic Travellers Rest Plantation & Museum
The oldest house in Nashville was built in 1799 as a home for Judge John Overton—a founder of Memphis and close friend of Andrew Jackson. Today, that house is the historic Travellers Rest Plantation, and it chronicles both Judge Overton's life and the history of the city. Storytellers dressed in period garb are often on hand to educate kids on field trips. The grounds are also popular for weddings. See their FAQ page for additional information.