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Guided Evening Plymouth Ghost Tour

by Plymouth Night Tour
per adult Price is $12
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Duration: {0} Duration: 2h Free Cancellation Free Cancellation No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

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Peer into the past during a ghost tour in the historic town of Plymouth, which dates back to 1620. Learn the history of the rope-making, fishing, and shipping metropolis, and get your socks knocked off during a titillating ghost tour that leads you past some of the city's most talked-about sites.

Learn why locals and visitors refer to Plymouth as America's Hometown, as well as some darker details from the city's Puritan past, during a suspenseful evening walking tour. Embark on an interactive investigation with a professional historian and storyteller as evening blankets the city in blackness.

From the waterfront, meander past a charming blend of Cape and Victorian buildings flanked by waving American flags. Land at the Spooner House, where the childhood ghost of Abigail Townsend is thought to roam. Feel your pulse quicken while you listen to the story of the workmen who came to do repairs on the museum, only to find a tiny child in full colonial dress standing at the door.

Next, steel yourself against the baleful wind as you creep down New England lanes toward Cordage Park. At the old Plymouth Cordage Company, snap a couple of photos in an attempt to capture the lights flickering in the loft above. Hear ghastly stories about the factory that leave your heart racing long after the tour is through.

Peer into the past during a ghost tour in the historic town of Plymouth, which dates back to 1620. Learn the history of the rope-making, fishing, and shipping metropolis, and get your socks knocked off during a titillating ghost tour that leads you past some of the city's most talked-about sites.

Learn why locals and visitors refer to Plymouth as America's Hometown, as well as some darker details from the city's Puritan past, during a suspenseful evening walking tour. Embark on an interactive investigation with a professional historian and storyteller as evening blankets the city in blackness.

From the waterfront, meander past a charming blend of Cape and Victorian buildings flanked by waving American flags. Land at the Spooner House, where the childhood ghost of Abigail Townsend is thought to roam. Feel your pulse quicken while you listen to the story of the workmen who came to do repairs on the museum, only to find a tiny child in full colonial dress standing at the door.

Next, steel yourself against the baleful wind as you creep down New England lanes toward Cordage Park. At the old Plymouth Cordage Company, snap a couple of photos in an attempt to capture the lights flickering in the loft above. Hear ghastly stories about the factory that leave your heart racing long after the tour is through.

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7:00 PM, Tour in English

Duration 2h

Live Commentary in English.

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Guided Evening Plymouth Ghost Tour

Activity Location

Plymouth

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Guilty Bakery

    65 Main Street

    Plymouth 02360


Highlights

  • Suspenseful tour through the United States' oldest town

  • Spine-tingling tales & spooky stories leave you entertained

  • Precise history & engaging storytelling with ghastly details

  • Photo opportunities of paranormal events around every turn

  • Guide shares personal experience with haunted destinations


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Plymouth

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Exclusions

  • Admission to attractions along the tour route


Know Before You Book

  • Children 5 and younger are complimentary.

  • Tour stops vary.

  • This activity takes place in Plymouth, which is approximately 40 miles (65 km) from central Boston. You must make your own way to the meeting point.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes before your tour departure time.

  • The cemetery on this tour is only handicapped accessible through a separate entrance. Guests who cannot climb stairs must momentarily depart from the group at the entrance to the cemetery.

  • Guests must be able to keep pace with the group, sometimes over uneven and grass surfaces, for the duration of the tour in order to attend.