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Toast with a Ghost! New Year's Eve Ghost Tour of Philadelphia
Toast with a Ghost! New Year's Eve Ghost Tour
Valentine's Ghost Tour of Philadelphia
Ring in the New Year in a most unusual way with a candlelight
Ghost Tour of a Society Hill mansion and a champagne "Toast with
a Ghost." Discover the enchantment of a bygone era with ghostly
tales of merriment, mystery and resolutions gone awry! Tickets on
sale in November.
Witches Night Out! Ghost Tour of Philadelphia
December
February
April
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Love is one of the classic ingredients of a good ghost story, so
celebrate Valentine's Day with a Candlelight Ghost Tour through
Philly's lovelorn past, and experience haunting love stories and
the ghosts they leave behind. Tickets on sale in January.
As the earth comes back to life in the spring, spirits of the dead
begin to stir in anticipation of Walpurgisnacht, a halfway- to-
Halloween celebration of old tradition. Join us this "Witches'
Night Out" for a Ghost Tour of Grumblethorpe. Tickets on sale
in the spring.
Coming Soon
A candlelight walking tour of Philly's oldest historic haunts,
including Christ Church Cemetery, Ben Franklin's Grave, Betsy
Ross House, and more. Tickets on sale soon!
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New Year's Eve Ghost Tour of Philadelphia - Toast with a Ghost!
Ring in the New Year in a most unusual way with a candlelight Ghost Tour of a Society Hill
mansion and a champagne "Toast with a Ghost." Discover the enchantment of a bygone era
with ghostly tales of merriment, mystery, and resolutions gone awry!

The fifth annual New Year's Eve Ghost Tour takes place Wednesday, December 31st, at the
magnificent Powel House, the site of many of high society's holiday parties from yesteryear.
Here you'll find haunting tales of the wealthy and famous, of debutantes and dignitaries,
whose ghosts return to dance and party the night away. Mark the passing of 2014 in a
unique and memorable fashion, and celebrate the arrival of 2015 with a Philadelphia
"Toast with a Ghost"!

A portion of proceeds benefits the Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks.
Location
Tickets and Schedule
$25 per person
Tickets are limited and advanced purchase is required

Tours last approximately one hour, and tickets are sold by the following tour times:
7:00 pm  |  8:00 pm |  9:00 pm |  10:00 pm  |  11:00 pm

Call 215-413-1997 to purchase tickets by phone, or select a time to purchase online
Additional tour times will be added as needed. Please call 215-413-1997 if you are interested
in a time not on the schedule.

A portion of proceeds benefits
Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks
New Year's Eve
Fireworks
6 pm & Midnight
Penn's Landing
A unique &
nontraditional NYE
event! - NBC10
Recommended as one
of the top NYE parties in
Philly! - CBS Philly
A top pick for alternative
New Year's Eve
celebrations! "The
entertaining evening
comes complete with a
mysterious tour, spooky
ghost stories, and a
cheerful toast!" -
uwishunu
In addition to street
parking and
Septa,
there are several
parking garages nearby:
125 S. 2nd St.
36 S. 2nd St.
21 S. 3rd St.
400 Ranstead St.
One of the most
famous ghost stories of
Philadelphia stems
from history's greatest
betrayal. Why does the
ghost of the beautiful
and flawed Peggy
Shippen appear here?
Samuel and Elizabeth
Powel hosted many lavish
and elegant holiday parties
for the Philadelphia's rich
and famous in their Society
Hill mansion.
Although Samuel Powel is
memorialized as the first
mayor of Philly, it was his wife,
Eliza, whose beauty and
intellect won hearts. Does her
ghost still linger here?
The Marquis de
Lafayette was a
frequent visitor
in life, and his
spirit is believed
to still haunt the
house of his
dear friends!
New Year's Eve
Toast with a
Ghost!