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From its Colonial heritage to the horror of being the focal point of four major Civil War battles, Fredericksburg has more history, more battles, and more ghosts than any other city in America. Combining history with mysterious tales of the still lurking dead, costumed guides conduct 90 minute, comfortably-paced, candlelight walking tours filling the evenings with folklore and stories spawned when 100,000 fell in the fighting in and around the town.

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Ticket Information

Check the tour reservations page on the website for our 2014 tour schedule! Tours run on select Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm!
The tour leaves at 8:00pm from the Fredericksburg Visitors Center parking lot at 706 Caroline Street.
Tours last approximately 90 minutes.
Tickets are $11.00/person. Children 7 and under are free.
Group rates are available to groups of 10 or more when one person pays for everyone. The group rate is $8.50/person and includes the tax and $1 tip/person for the tour guide. For group information contact the Ghosts of Fredericksburg 540-710-3002
They no longer have a store in downtown Fredericksburg, so if you contact us via phone to make your reservations or for information about the tours, please leave a message with your contact phone number and we will return your call as soon as possible!
Your tour....
WALK down darkened Caroline Street and hear tales of:
Long dead Fredericksburg residents who still inhabit the many historic buildings
Bizarre “renovations” that could only be done from beyond the grave
Ghostly footprints that suddenly appeared, then just as suddenly, disappeared
The 18th Century phantom harpist and singer
The frustrated lover who still strolls along the “Ghost Walk” once every seven years...
PASS by the historic tavern where:
The original owner still makes his presence known
A mysterious “floating glow” has been seen in the tavern room
Someone unseen pulls upon women’s skirts...
SEE the building where:
A woman allegedly hanged herself after being exposed as a Yankee collaborator
Candles extinguish themselves
Silverware rearranges itself
Diners are surprised by an unexpected guest...
PASS by the church where the “Woman in White” was first seen in 1858, and again, just a year ago...

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