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BOOK NOW: Haunted Holiday Ghost Tours in Old Town Alexandria, Space Limited

"On this one-of-a-kind tour, you will explore some of the most haunted spots in Alexandria, Virginia"

Woman in colonial dress stands at top of outside staired entryway of white building with blue arched door.
Alexandria Colonial Tours, at Carlyle House. (Photo: JAMES)

ALEXANDRIA, VA – As the chilly winter air fills the air, what better way to celebrate the holiday season than by joining Alexandria Colonial Tours on its Original Alexandria Ghost & Graveyard TourHaunted Holiday Edition?

“On this one-of-a-kind tour, you will explore some of the most haunted spots in Alexandria, Virginia.” says Colonial Tours owner Wellington Watts. “You’ll also discover holiday traditions of the past.”

Watts adds, “Don’t forget to bring a camera, as there might be some spooky surprises along the way!”

Small group of people listen to a colonial-dressed tour guide standing on steps of an old building holding a lantern to light the scene.
Alexandria Colonial Tours. (Photo by Brianna Ondris)

During the experience, you will follow a colonial-costumed guide by lantern light through the charming streets of Alexandria’s Old Town historic district. On one of the two historical ghost tour routes (the North Route and the South Route), you’ll hear ghost stories, legends, folklore, unsolved mysteries, tales of romance and angry ghosts looking for revenge.

Don’t Miss: The Ghosts of Alexandria

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Alexandria Colonial Tours. )Photo by Kristy Munsie)

“After you take the first tour, you won’t be able to wait to book tickets for the second route,” says Beth Morrison, a frequent guest on the tours. “I bring all my out of town guests on the Old Town tours, and when we are done with the South one, they all want me to book the North one, and vice versa.”

This one hour walking tour covers approximately 6 blocks. Tickets are only $15.00 and there are discounted tickets for children, seniors, and military and law enforcement. Book your spot now using this link.

Mary Wadland

Mary Wadland is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Zebra Press, founded by her in 2010. Originally from Delray Beach, Florida, Mary is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, VA and has lived and worked in the Alexandria publishing community since 1987.

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