Thursday, October 2, 2014

Ghost Walks

It's the time of year to be scared and what better way than to hear of ghostly tales from the region where you're vacationing? Thankfully there are a variety of haunted strolls to choose from!

The Kissimmee Ghost Tour begins at the Bryan Street House, a historical old building that is about a 30-minute drive from Remy's Refuge. The tour runs on most nights starting at 8pm. For 90 minutes, you will hear tales of "murder, mayhem and mystery" while you stroll through Kissimmee's historic downtown district.

The tour costs $19 for adults, $9 for children age 8-12 and is free for those 7 and under. Adult accompaniment is required for everyone 17 and under.

American Ghost Adventures hosts several different walks in the area - the Downtown, Monumental Hotel, Haunted Pub, Greenwood Cemetery and Winter Garden tours.

Downtown Orlando Tour:
This tour begins at Harry Buffalo downtown, also a 30-minute drive from Remy's Refuge. At $30 per person, this tour lasts a full two hours.

Monumental Hotel Tour:
Located on International Drive in the heart of the tourism sector of Orlando and just 20 minutes from Remy's Refuge, you'll break off into small groups and use paranormal tracking equipment to detect ghosts. Lasting up to 4 hours, you get great value for only $30 per person!

Haunted Pub Tour:
Starting at the Harp and Celt pub, this tour will find you in several pubs where you'll hear tales of ghosts and have the opportunity to try themed drinks brewed just for you! At only $20 per person, admission does not include beverages.

Greenwood Cemetery Tour:
Located in the downtown core, explore the Greenwood Cemetery to see what haunts you'll find!

Winter Garden Tour:
Winter Garden is a small community located to the northwest of Orlando and this place has tons of history. Learn all about how Winter Garden was established and which of its residents still haunt its streets! This tour costs $25 per person.

If you're going to do one of the tours, make sure to wear comfortable shoes and bring your camera!

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