We were looking for something fun to do for Halloween and decided on a Ghost Tour since we had never been on one before. After doing quite a bit of research, we found one close to home which had been in business long enough to actually be a real part of a community. Frederick has a lovely restored downtown area so we expected the walk to be interesting if nothing else. Before the tour we ate at Brewer's Alley (see review). We were met on the sidewalk outside Brewers Alley by a guide, with very interesting eyes, dressed in period clothing, lantern in hand, and qued up for tickets. It was the evening of our first snow here in MD and the drizzle was trying hard to turn to ice. He was fairly quick in sorting out the groups (there were at least 40 ppl in line) and we were off on our walking candlelight tour of ghostly Frederick. The stories were really cute and historically relevant. The walk was about 1.5 miles, but not a forced march by any means. We had enough stops that we got to really look at the architecture and surroundings. Our guide was very very well versed in local history and had answers for everyone's questions. He was pleasant and seemed to really have a joy for what he was doing which translated into a fun evening for us.
Even after the 'ghostly' holiday they run tours - it's a cheap and fun evening with exercise and the food was good before the tour - great evening with friends. I'd go again and take guests - definitely recommend this one.
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