Departs from the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Penn Square in Lancaster city (GPS address: 25 S. Queen St. Lancaster, PA 17603)
Join us for a Candlelight Walking Tour in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch and Amish Country!
In downtown Lancaster city, explore the long-forgotten mysteries of one of America's oldest cities, with haunting tales of otherworldly vigils, fatal curses, and star-crossed lovers. Experience 300 years of haunted history from the Red Rose City's thorny past!
Note the location (Lancaster or Strasburg) for which you purchase tickets. Due to tour size limitations, tickets are not interchangeable between locations!
Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Looking for a unique gift? Give a Ghost Tour gift certificate in any ticket denomination. You can also add the book, Ghost Stories of Lancaster! Call 717-687-6687 to purchase.
Open year-round! Schedule varies by season.
Winter: Weekends, weather permitting, at 8:00 pm
Spring: Weekends and some weeknights at 8:00 pm
Summer: Nightly at 8:00 pm
Fall: Weekends and some weeknights at 8:00 pm; *October*: Nightly at 8:00 pm
If you are interested in a date not on the schedule, call 717-687-6687.
"My mom and I went on the ghost tour in July and we loved it! What a great way to end our vacation. Our tour guide was so nice and informative." - Jamie D.
"Very interesting. My husband and I went for the history aspect and were very satisfied. Highly recommended." - Meaghan D.
"This is a side of Lancaster that I never would have known. The tour guide is an amazing story teller! So much fun!" - Angie W.
+ "Haunting for a Good Ghost Story?" - lancasteronline.com
+ Featured in USA Today's nationwide coverage of ghost tours
+ "Expect an intriguing, possibly provocative and certainly festive time" - Central Source
+ Featured in "101 Fun Things to do from summer to fall" - The Kennett Paper
+ "Spirited tour draws ghost fans to Strasburg" - Sunday News
+ "Popular nighttime tours attract people to search for spirits" - New Era
+ "Scared out of your wits on the Strasburg Ghost Tour" - examiner.com