Philadelphia's Best Haunted Attractions and Ghost Tours

Philadelphia's Best Haunted Attractions and Ghost Tours

Philadelphia's Best Haunted Attractions and Ghost Tours

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Philly HauntedPhiladelphia, PA - If you're looking for a thrill, consider Philadelphia's Best haunted attractions and Ghost tours.  A candlelit walking tour takes you through many haunted locations in the city. You'll experience the creepiest sights, including the haunted Eastern State Penitentiary. You can also take the Spirits of '76 Ghost Tours of Philadelphia.


Halloween Nights at Eastern State Penitentiary

Halloween Nights at Eastern State Penitentiary is a unique Halloween event in the abandoned prison on ten acres. It features a variety of interactive activities, including haunted houses, immersive walkthroughs, themed bars, and live performances. The haunts are full of fascinating characters and create an eerie atmosphere.



Terror Behind the Walls has been hosted at Eastern State Penitentiary since 1997, and it was the scariest haunted house in the country. Sadly, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the prison to close the event, but in 2021, the prison reopened with Halloween Nights. Now, guests can experience five haunted houses, live entertainment, and themed bars in the historic prison. You can even choose from five haunted houses to create your own experience. For example, you can choose to go through the haunted house Nightmares, which features creepy creatures and a bloody X on your forehead.

The event is open during the day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays and Sundays. The haunted house is reminiscent of a parallel universe where bizarre creatures appear from nowhere. The world seems to shrink in this place, and depravity pervades.



Lincoln Mill Haunted House

If you're a fan of the horror film genre, you'll want to check out the Lincoln Mill Haunted House, which opens tonight in Manayunk. This haunted house uses production-quality sets, animatronics, and special effects to create an intense, terrifying experience. It's a great place to spend a spooky evening or go with the whole family. The new haunted attraction features over 40 "scare-actors," including animatronics, strobes, flashing lights, and even a hurricane! The terrifying attraction is based on the real-life events of the 19th-century mill. It's not for young children, pregnant women, or those with a heart condition.

Spirits of ‘76 Ghost Tours of Philadelphia

You can enjoy a candlelit walking tour through Philadelphia's haunted districts while exploring some of the city's most haunted spots. During the tour, you'll be able to discover the secrets of these haunted locations and learn about their fascinating pasts. The Spirits of '76 Ghost Tour is a fun, unique way to see Philadelphia's Old City in a new way. On this tour, you'll visit more than 20 haunted hot spots, from historic houses to graveyards and monuments by moonlight. You might even catch sight of Ben Franklin, Betsy Ross, or the Witch of Pine Street.



Grim Philly Tours

If you want to experience the haunted history of Philadelphia, then the Grim Philly Tours is for you. These tours are led by professors who uncover the city's lesser-known stories and make them a part of your experience. Their tours are available in various themes, including holiday, singles, and date-night options. You can also take the Grim Philly Haunted Pub Crawl, which features two tours in one. One tour explores haunted taverns, while the other explores witch trials and the graveyards of the Founding Fathers. The tour is also unique because it focuses on the paranormal side of Philadelphia, which has a history that dates back to the city's founding fathers.


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