For an authentically Prescott Halloween experience, the annual Ghost Walk is a distinct event with a strong regional and historical flair. The fun and festive family activity includes a ghost walk full of local folklore, old-time radio show and other Halloween themed fun.
Organization: Prescott Valley Chamber
Date: 10/24/2015 update info
Time: 10:00:00 AM - 2:00:00 PM
Event Cost: $79
Venue: Prescott Fine Arts Theater in Prescott,AZ
Contact: Prescott Chamber of Commerce
Sat., Oct 24, 2015
Please reserve by Oct. 9.
Join expert paranormal investigator Terri Cafazzo for a pre-Halloween walking tour of the most haunted locations in downtown Prescott. Includes lunch at the historic Palace Saloon on Whiskey Row. Be prepared to visit a few mysterious locations on this walking tour! Activity Rating: 1 (can be modified).
$79 per person - Trip discounts do not apply. (includes paranormal investigator guide instruction, admissions, lunch) Departs 10AM from downtown meeting location.
- Halloween night - October 31st
- Downtown Prescott - The Sharlot Museum
- Ghostly stories and fun for all ages
Overview: The Ghost Walk is a perfect example of their living history events with costumed story-tellers and old-time radio show.
When: Halloween night - October 31st
Where: Downtown Prescott - The Sharlot Museum
Fees: a FREE event
Details: Beginning at the Gurley Street entrance to the Sharlot Hall Museum, ghost-walkers follow a lamp-lit path along the many historic buildings in Prescott. The 45-minute tour is full of ghostly stories and Halloween fun. Along with the spooky stroll, the Ghost Walk includes an old-time radio show performed by a local theater group with hot cider and cookies served. Tickets for the walk, show and both are reasonably priced and should be purchased in advance.
As one of the original counties formed in Arizona in 1864, Prescott's history is ripe with with stories. Every October the Sharlot Hall Museum in downtown Prescott transforms into an arena of spooky tales, theater and local fables and myths.
The Sharlot Hall Museum is the biggest museum in Central Arizona. Located downtown, it's a great way to see the historic buildings of Prescott, Arizona.
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