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This tour takes you up and down the Main Street in historic Waynesville. A very knowledgeable guide tells the story of different buildings and homes, along with tales of spirit sightings and experiences by current and past residents
The guide (her name escapes me )...More
The proprietor and a local museum docent tell stories during dinner, then the docent leads a Main Street tour where guests learn about local history and the paranormal experiences of residents, storekeepers, and visitors. VERY believeable!
A group of 12 of us took this tour when we were in Waynesville recently to kayak. The museum staff made a special effort to provide us with a private tour on a weeknight in June. It was so interesting to learn about the historic...More
We took this hour long ghost walk and found it fun and interesting and was glad to see if family friendly and not scary. The stories are fact based and the added historical information makes this ghost tour different from others. We understand the museum...More
These walking tours are fun and interesting and family friendly. Stories of experiences by current residents and lots of history. Tour of the Museum at the Friends Home included. Great place to visit. Quaker museum was awesome.
My significant other and I really enjoyed the Waynesville Walking Ghost Tour yesterday. We did the summer tour for $12 each (but not the dinner at the Hammel House). The tour lasts for about an hour as you walk around downtown Waynesville. I didn't know...More
Love these fall tours given by the volunteers of the Friends Museum. Lots of history mixed in with a little ghost stuff that's not too scary for little kids. I went with my 9 year old step-daughter in 2011 and I think she was too...More
My husband and I have attended the Waynesville Walking Ghost Tour for six years in a row. We start the evening with the Ghost and Goblin dinner at The Hammel House (our favorite Waynesville attraction) and hear ghost tales between courses. We then meet a...More
Cheaper if you don't stay at the Inn. Reservations are required. We made ours a month in advance. Event includes dinner at the Hammel House Inn. We arrived early, (6 p.m.) and sat on the front porch of the Hammel House Inn overlooking Main St....More