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Gettysburg: Ghosts of the Civil War Haunted Walking Tour

1. Gettysburg: Ghosts of the Civil War Haunted Walking Tour

Step into the shadows of this historic American town, and feel what it was like to be a soldier or citizen during the violent, three-day battle that scarred the land forever. Begin your tour at the iconic Brickhouse Inn/Welty House, where confederate sharpshooters took out union soldiers from the attic. Many believe their spirits are still trapped there. You'll then wind through seven other significant, haunted locations before circling back to the meeting point. Capture evidence of Jennie Wade, the only civilian casualty of the battle, as her spirit moves through her former home — seen through the fatal bullet hole in her door. Feel a chill scurry up your spine as ghostly soldiers surround you in the darkness. Learn little-known, behind-the-scenes information about the reality of war. Choose the 1.5-hour extended tour to visit three additional spooky sites, including Arbor House Publishing, which is famous for its 'floating orbs.

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Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 241 reviews

Great tour at the orphanage! I large group of Marines joined us, they were quite lively and entertaining.The tour host so knowledgeable and entertaining.

Excellent tour! Jim, our guide, went above and beyond. His knowledge of Gettysburg history and ghostly legends of the town was exceptional.

Tour guide Eric know how to keep the group engaged with the happenings that was going on during the civil war

It was amazing! I loved all of the stories and historical facts that the tour guide talked about.

Vincent was great! His stories were excellent and he told them well.