Tickets can be
purchased from your guide at the start of the tour or online below.You do not need
reservations for tours and you will be able to see and hear during the
tour. Group rates available also. Group tours available, inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Please plan to arrive 10 minutes before the start time of the
tour to meet your guide. Your guide will be in costume and
character. Exact change welcomed with a curtsey. For Weather
Updates, email Natalie at historicstrolls.com when snow/hurricaine is predicted,
call the tourline at 301-588-9255 for a tour update. Or check our Facebook page for updates
Please call the tour line at 301-588-9255 day of
tour for weather updates
Haunted Lafayette Park in DC
on our Ghost Tour. From its debut in 2001, this is Washington DC's longest running costumed Ghost Tour. Researched by Natalie while she was working with The Historical Society of Washington and consisting of over 200 years of local haunted lore and eyewitness accounts. The Tour begins at 16th and H Streets NW, outside St.John's Church, and takes you to the most haunted Square in the City: Lafayette Park. Patrolled by Park Police and monitored by The Secret Service and of course.. Ghosts!
Ghost Note: your ghostly guide will be in costume
and have a lantern
Natalie was a ghost expert "ghostpert" for the History Channel's "Haunted History" show for the Washington DC edition
Children under 16: $6 (-this tour is recommended for 8 years and up) No
Reservations needed, just come on down or purchase tickets on ghost story tour page
Dates & Times: Fridays and Saturdays in October at 8:00pm. Meet your ghost guide (in
costume) at 16th and H Streets NW
If the guide isnít in costume,
with the Ghost Tour sign and solar lantern, itís not us!
Metro:McPherson Square/Metro Center/Farragut North
Street address for the meeting spot
is: 16th and H streets NW
Online Tickets holders: please bring your voucher with you and the guide will curtsey! Tickets are non-refundable if the tour goes on as scheduled. Tours are rain or shine. If by some shocking event, tour has to be rescheduled due to hurricane, lightning storms or marauding bears, ticket holders will be allowed to reschedule. And yes, this is the most frugally priced DC ghost tour you'll find. We say; If you want to see a ghost tour of DC, you shouldn't have to pay ghoulish prices.
And of course, you may purchase from the ghost tour guide also. We're flexible (and so are the ghosts!).
Military id (active or retired) is always half price on our tours and with your id, your kids get in free!
(Military spouse are half price also)
This tour is also avaible as a private tour from March 1st to November 4th
this is the meeting spot for Ghost Story Tour (outside St. John's Church
This is Washington's original (and only) tour about Charles Dickens visits to the City. Performed in costume with a special adaptation of " A Christmas Carol" as part of the stroll. Debuted in 2001.
Tour Dates: Saturday December 20th and Sunday December 21st
Reservations are not required. You may purchase
tickets from Mrs.Cratchit at
on day of tour or by 10:00 am online on the day of the tour you wish to attend. If you purchase online, please bring your voucher with you and Mrs. C will curtsey.
Adults: $12.00 Children under 16: $6.00 (kids in strollers or carriers are
Thoroughly researched, carefully written and performed in character. This is Washington DC's longest running costumed Civil War tour (debuted in 2003)
your guide at:Cosi Coffee
Tenth & E, NW -- across from FBI on E St and across E from E Street Cinema
Metro: Metro Center, 11th St. Exit, Archives, 7th St Exit, Gallery Place, Arena exit at
7th and F St.
Dates: March through November
Tickets in Advance (not required) or from your guide at the tour. for Military discount, please purchase from guide
Courage is also available as a private tour with actors or with one character guide..
The Expedition: January 2014
meets at 637 Indiana Ave NW Potbellys restaurant
F. Loyd Wrong is Right:
A Stroll through Architecture in DC
ĒAmerica's worst architect shows you the best
architecture in Washington.
group tours available
World War 2 in Washington: Gussieís
Rationing! Lines, Gobbledegook, Hollywood
Stars!Endangered Cherry Trees and more on this interactive tour.
Learn what World War Two was
like for Washingtonians as you meet characters
from the era.
group tours available
Masons, Mysteries and an Odd Fellow: Secrets of the Streets! Why is
there a statue of a Confederate General in Downtown Washington? Did a
future crowned head of Europe dance in a Masonic Hall? Find out the
answers to these questions as you learn about some of the City’s most
beautiful Masonic Structures. Meets outside Caribou Coffee 601 13th St NW (Right next to Metro Center)
group tours available for this tour
Bad Olde Days
tours available upon request. Please contact Natalie Zanin for more information.