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Fort Monroe Ghost Walk Evening Tour
October 19, 2020 @ 5:15 pm - 9:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 5:15 pm, repeating until October 25, 2020
Join the Fort Monroe Ghost Walk; Where History Meets Mystery. With public and safety and consideration for all, we have adjusted this year’s tour format to accommodate smaller groups and comply with current COVID Tour Standards. This year a new format will lead you on a semi self-guided journey to solve your own mystery as well share the traditional History and Mystery you are accustomed to getting from the Fort Monroe Ghost Walk.
PLEASE NOTE: The $75.00 ticket is a group ticket for up to three (3) people. Additional group options are available to accommodate groups up to six (6) people. Due to restrictions and in consideration of health and safety, we are not combining groups or selling individual tickets this year.
Join us in the evenings, Monday, October 19th through Sunday October 25th from 5:15 PM to 10:35 PM with time-slots starting every 45 minutes. The final time slot for this path with start at 9:00 PM. Groups can range from 3 to 6 people depending on your comfort level. When purchasing tickets, guests will choose from two paths.
On the Grant Path, you will be collecting clues to bring to General Grant on Fort Monroe so that he can lay the groundwork for his famous Overland Campaign which he is said to have worked on during his time on Fort Monroe in Old Quarters 1. Once you collect the clues from within the Commanding Generals Residence you will make your way to each location where you will learn the stories and history of Fort Monroe via scannable QR codes as you collect information to retrieve for General Grant.
By choosing Poe’s Path you will be helping the Master at Arms solve his cold case. Once you collect the clues from within the Commanding Generals Residence you will make your way to each location where you will learn the stories and history of Fort Monroe by scanning QR codes as you collect information to solve the case as one of Edgar Allan Poe’s most famous tales unfolds around you.
Tickets are for groups of three (3) to six (6) individuals and priced accordingly.