This is a Chicago ghost tour original and the city’s only public ghost hunt tour!
Join our guide for a chilling walk through the legendary Lincoln Park, site of the original City Cemetery and the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre.
Out of all the Lincoln Park activities, this ghost tour is ideal for those who want to go out at night and investigate. On this tour, You are the ghost hunter! Join us on an eerie, on-foot investigation through one of the city’s most haunted places: Lincoln Park, site of the original City Cemetery.
On this haunted Chicago tour and ghost hunt combination excursion, you’ll learn about the Park’s connection to the Great Fire of 1871, the shocking truth about the lost graves of the cemetery, the ghosts of Lincoln Park Zoo, and the secret of the scandalous “Suicide Bridge” over the Lagoon.
Then, travel through the neighborhood to the site of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre.
Chicago History Museum: The Chicago History Museum is home to Abraham Lincoln’s deathbed. He is known to wander the halls.
Couch Tomb: This is the home of the last remaining marked grave from the Chicago cemetery. The cemetery was destroyed in the great Chicago fire.
Lincoln Park Zoo: Also built on the ashes of the Great Chicago Fire, the Lincoln Park Zoo is home to apparitions from the Victorian Era who are unaware that they are no longer among the living.
Café Brauer: Originally opened for fine dining, it was converted to a speakeasy during Prohibition and is currently inhabited and visited by the mobsters from that era.
St. Valentine's Day Massacre: Home to the most infamous mob killing in American history, this site is still home to echoes of machine gun fire, screams, and the barking dogs of yesteryear.
2 hrs 30 mins
February 1st, 2024
2 hrs 30 mins
Chicago History Museum.
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