Lawrenceville Ghost Tour: Take a Haunted Stroll Through the Night
* Additional fees apply.
The last date listed for Lawrenceville Ghost Tour was Friday October 31, 2014 / 9:00pm.
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The host was very much in character and this is a family friendly event. Great learning about the city and some of it's inhabitants as we did not realize it was a 200 hundred year old city. Very informative and made us aware of what establishments had to offer.
While Lawrenceville is the oldest city in the Atlanta metro area, for many years it was a sleepy suburban Southern town. With the growth and development of the metro area, at the turn of the century much of historic downtown was renovated. These renovations awakened the sleeping ghosts and sparked increased reports of paranormal activity.
This is a scary stroll like none you’ve ever experienced — one of history, hauntings and horror. Learn the area’s macabre history, the kind of history they don’t tell about in school during Gwinnett’s longest-running and most popular ghost tour.
The Lawrenceville Ghost Tour highlights the most vivid stories of the strange and supernatural as a costumed guide leads guests on a 90-minute adventure through beautiful downtown Lawrenceville. You’ll visit the old jail, see where the corpses flew down Honest Alley and hear other chilling tales will send a shiver down your spine. This tour does not rely on bloody effects or startling patrons like a haunted house, just great stories told by the best storytellers in the region. It’s a popular tour with both children and adults.
The tour distance is approximately a mile.
This is an outdoor walking tour. Please wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather.
About the Ticket Supplier: Aurora Theatre
Aurora Theatre is committed to producing quality, professional theatre for the Southeast, North Georgia, and their most ardent supporters, the residents of Gwinnett County by offering entertainment that nurtures a love of theatre and develops a new generation of theatergoers.