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Ghost Trek 2023
Tour Season: June through October

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Front Street Ghost Trek

Learn fascinating history of the disasters that ravaged the town, from natural, to medical and uncover evidence of a mysterious past. Hear of eerie experiences with entities that continue to walk the streets and haunt the buildings. 
 
This walking tour starts at the fountain on the corner of Front and Greene Streets. This tour briefly goes into the Lafayette Hotel.

Use the address 101 Front Street to find the starting point for the tour.
 
Every Saturday at 8pm
June - October


Tour will not run during Riverfront Roar or during the Sternwheel Festival

Private Ghost Trek tours

 

$25 adults, $20 kids 12 and under. You must have at least 4 people in your group to book a private tour, and requests must be made at least 48 hours in advance. Groups of over 15 people will receive a 15% discount. Choose from Front Street, Putnam Street or Harmar Ghost Trek.

Email info@hiddenmarietta.com to book a private tour.

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On our Putnam Street Ghost Trek learn about the creepy old buildings that loom over you in shadow; from grand courthouses and aging theatres to historic homes and places of worship. Hear true tales of a dark past filled with murder, suicide and executions. 
 
This walking tour starts at the Courthouse on the corner of Second and Putnam Streets. This tour takes place outside at all times. 

Use the address 205 Putnam Street to find the starting point for the tour.
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On our Harmar Ghost Trek discover the oldest part of town, hear tales of both upstanding leaders as well as unsavory characters, and pass by grand homes in what was once the heart of the redlight district. Harmar has seen the best and worst of history, and see where past residents continue to make their presence known today. 
 
This walking tour starts at the rail road bridge on the corner of Fort and Maple Streets. This tour takes place outside at all times. 

Use the address 113 Maple Street to get near the railroad bridge.
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