Hear Chilling Tales of Newburgh’s Past with Historic Newburgh Ghost Walks
It's the most wonderful time of the year, the time when everything gets a little spooky!
Halloween Eve is Upon Us
Okay, so not really Halloween Eve, but that's what I like to consider the entire month of September. October is the most fun month of the year, the Halloween decorations come out, and there are so many fun and creepy events to enjoy, so I like to start planning early which events I absolutely must go to! With all of the fun and spooky things happening over the next two months, one event always stands out to me, the Newburgh Ghost Walks.
Historic Newburgh Ghost Walks
when I was in high school the Newburgh Ghost Walks were a staple for my friends and I. Walking around historic Newburgh at night when there's a chill in the air, and hearing some of the most infamous ghost stories from the area is just such a fun time. My favorite way to enjoy the Historic Newburgh Ghost Walks is with a mug of warm mulled cider. If you've never been to the Historic Newburgh Ghost Walks it's always such a fun time. They have actors dressed up around the town of Newburgh who portray real past residents of Newburgh and tell their stories. Although judging by the stories, it seems those residents are still lingering around Newburgh.
The ghost walks are back for 2022. Mark your calendars for October 14th- October 16th, 2022 as those are the dates for the ghost walks. Tickets for the upcoming ghost walks are on sale now, and don't forget to check out other spooky events going on in downtown Newburgh including their Halloween illuminations, and hayrides!
Here's what the event page on Facebook says about the upcoming ghost walks:
We're excited to announce the 2022 Newburgh Ghost Walks Ghostly Hayrides - October 14-16, 2022. Hayride tours will run every 20 minutes each night from 6pm to 9pm with the 9pm tour being the last tour of the night.Tickets for ghostly hayride tours are $15 per person, and every person, no matter age, must have a ticket to ride the hayride due to space limitations.All ticket sales will be online only this year, so make sure to purchase your tickets in advance!All tours start at the Historic Newburgh Visitor Center located at 10400 SR 662 West in Newburgh, IN.