West Hartford Hauntings 2023
North Cemetery - 80 North Main Street, West Hartford, CT, United States
Join us for history as you’ve never heard it before. West Hartford Hauntings, the Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society’s spooky, theatrical cemetery tour! Don't wait to get your tickets, this event sells out every year!
THE 6:00 P.M. TOUR ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 WILL BE ASL INTERPRETED. PLEASE ONLY RESERVE THIS SPOT IF YOU OR SOMEONE IN YOUR PARTY IS DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING.
Your ghostly guide leads you on a lantern-lit tour of Old North Cemetery where you experience tales of death, disease, and real history. Due to some scary content, it is suggested that participants be age 10 or over. We hope to see you among the graves.
The lantern-lit tours take place on October 19, 20, 21, 26, 27 & 28.
Old North Cemetery, 80 North Main Street, West Hartford, Connecticut.
Tours leave every 15 minutes starting at 6 p.m and run for 45 minutes.
Members Save: Members save 10% with the exclusive discount code. Don't have your code? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Groups Save: Save 10% with groups of 10 or more during the first weekend only (October 19, 20 & 21).
Parking: You can park on Loomis Drive. From there walk to the welcome table at the cemetery entrance.
Chaperone: Children under the age of 16 must be chaperoned by an adult.
Please be timely: Arrive 15 minutes before your tour time. If you miss your tour time we cannot guarantee that we can fit you on a later tour.
Weather: The event takes place rain, snow, or shine. Please dress for the weather. In the event that an extreme weather event requires schedule changes you will be notified at the email address you use when purchasing tickets.
No refunds: Tickets are non-refundable.
Sign Language Interpreted Tour: Saturday, October 21 at 6:00 p.m.
Conditions: The tour takes place on the paved cemetery path, but there are areas of uneven ground. Attend one of the first two tours of the evening there will still be ambient light. Later tours take place in very dark conditions.
The museum would like to thank sponsor Reid & Riege, P.C. for their support.