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Ghost Tours of Historic Frederick

Frederick, MD, USA
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About Ghost Tours of Historic Frederick
Discover Frederick’s past as we navigate through the labyrinth of Graves, Crypts and Monuments of Historic Mount Olivet Cemetery. A 90-minute excursion through Mount Olivet’s hallowed grounds to pay respect to some of Maryland’s most famous and noteworthy figures. Final resting place of Francis Scott Key; Maryland's first governor; Civil War heroine, Barbara Fritchie; and 700 Confederate soldiers.
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SamAnnex3 wrote a review Aug 3
50 contributions13 helpful votes
We did a tour on Friday night. The tour meets in front of Brewer’s Alley, which is really convenient because it was right by the parking garage. Our tour was supposed to start at 8:30, we arrived at about 8:15 and beat the tour guide there. I think the guide should arrive a
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Serenity wrote a review Nov 2019
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So I went to this tour with a friend and there were about 15 other people. Our tour guide was lady (sorry I forgot her name) and she was dressed in old fashioned clot muss and led us around by lantern. We could hear clearly with the mic attached and we were given the chance to
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Headedwestboy wrote a review May 2019
Frederick, Maryland98 contributions39 helpful votes
What a great way to spend a few hours in the evening in Frederick. Not only is it a lovely city, it really “comes alive” with the fascinating stories told by its resident ghosts. The guide was part entertainer, part historian. Don’t miss it!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Mario C wrote a review Oct 2018
West Chester, Pennsylvania29 contributions10 helpful votes
We were on the tour this past Saturday. The tour is well worth the eleven dollars per person, theres even a coupon on the ticket for 10% off at Brewer's alley. Per the website's recommendation we made a reservation online.The tour had 5 stops and there was a story told at each
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Date of experience: October 2018
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910alexis wrote a review Jul 2018
Wilmington, North Carolina20 contributions9 helpful votes
This tour was great. Our tour guide was dressed in Civil War period clothes and made the tour so interesting with his amazing story telling skills. Our tour went through some rainy patches and he found us the driest places we could stand to stay dry but continue the tour. The
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Date of experience: June 2018
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