Historic Hauntings with Watermark

Oct 05 to Oct 27
Starting at 7:30 PM on Friday and 8:00 PM on Saturday
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Historic Hauntings with Watermark

Looking for ghost tours in Maryland? This year, come with Watermark on a special haunted ghost tour of Annapolis during the festive month of October. Special Historic Hauntings takes guests inside one of Annapolis’ most notoriously haunted houses! Step back into time and hear the tales of the spirits that linger inside the dimly lit house. Only our ghoulish guides have access to bring you inside this haunted structure after dark. No visit to Annapolis is complete without seeking out the spirits!

Special Historic Hauntings is offered during the month of October only, just in time for the Halloween season! A partnership between Annapolis Tours and Historic Annapolis, this unique tour offers guests an exclusive opportunity to step inside one of Annapolis’ most well-known haunts, the William Paca House, at night. Guides will lead by candlelight and reported stories will be shared inside the mansion. This must-see haunted tour which shows a completely different side of the historic William Paca House.

Cost: $23 Adults, $13 Children 3-11; Free for Children 2 and under
The tour departs at 7:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. from Historic Annapolis Museum and Store, 99 Main Street
Use the tickek link for reservations on-line, or call 410-268-7601 x 100

This Event is Brought to You By Historic Annapolis Museum

The Historic Annapolis Museum is located on the 2nd and 3rd floor of the three-story structure located at 99 Main St. This site was built in the 1790s, on the site of earlier buildings that had burned to the ground.

Archaeological excavations fleshed out the structural history while the building was restored and transformed into the Historic Annapolis's HistoryQuest at the St. Clair Wright Center (now the Historic Annapolis Museum). Learn More

The current exhibit in the Historic Annapolis Museum is Freedom Bound: Runaways of the Chesapeake. In this exhibit, you will meet people who were treated as property, and discover how they resisted that condition and asserted some degree of control over their lives and circumstances.

Video, historic artifacts, actual runaway advertisements dating from 1728-1864, hands-on activities, mannequins, and reproduction clothing will all help to tell the story of real people who struggled for freedom.

Hours of Operation
Mon-Sat: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sun: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.