Mature-audience ghost tour through Philly’s dark underbelly
Night-time sightseeing with a history teacher
Real facts & stories researched by a university professor
Alexander Hamilton, George Washington; Founding Father homes
Every guide has a history degree
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided walking tour of Philadelphia
Service charges for your guide
What you can expect
See all the major sights of revolutionary Philadelphia with a ghostly twist. College professors and history teachers bring you to The Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, and to the homes of Alexander Hamilton, George Washington, Dolly Madison, (and others)- while visiting also a current 5,000 person mass burial site, a prison, a site famous for grave robbers and ghouls, the first bank robbery in American history; and finally, a famous brothel dating to the early 1700's, and frequented by members of the Continental Congress.
Glimpse into Philly’s spooky, seedy underbelly on this R-rated, adults-only exploration of the city’s darkest secrets. Hear tales of hauntings as you pass by historic sites, delve into the gritty past of a former red light district and keep your eyes peeled for ghost ships sailing on the Delaware.
Meet your guide and set off on foot through the historic heart of Philadelphia and listen to stories about strange happenings during the times of the Founding Fathers. With this tour thoroughly researched and developed by a university professor, all the facts and stories you hear are true. Even if you don’t believe in ghost stories, these real-life tales are sure to send shivers up your spine.