A walking tour that concludes inside a haunted house. Weekly special events include Midnight House Tours
Jennie Wade Walking Tour--Friday Night, April 14, 21, & 28 at 9:30 PM. Saturday Nights in April at 10 PM and Monday & Wednesday's in , April at 8 PM. Tour begins at Ghostly Images, 777 Baltimore Street. $10 per person.
Orphanage Walking Tour--Friday Nights in April at 10 PM and Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in April at 8 PM. Saturday Night, April 22 & 29 at 9:30 PM. Tour begins at Ghostly Images, 777 Baltimore Street. $10 per person.
Ghostly Encounter Jennie Wade Tour--Friday Nights in April at 8 PM and Saturday Night, April 22, & 29 at 8:30 PM. Ghostly Encounter Orphanage Tour--Friday, April 21 at 8:30 PM and Friday, April 28 at 7 PM. Saturday Night, April 22 & 29 at 8 PM. Tour begins at Ghostly Images, 777 Baltimore Street. $12 per person (not suitable for children under 10).
Ticket arrangements, Information and reservations can be made by calling (717) 334-1156 after 1 PM (Monday-Friday) or after 11 AM (Saturday-Sunday). No Tours Easter Sunday.
Payment is required at time of reservation and tickets are non refundable.
Children (ages 7 & under): Free
Reservations highly recommended!
To book your Walking Tour Reservations, call:
Daytime (717) 334-6296
Evenings (717) 334-1156
Midnight in a Haunted House
$15.00 per person
(May not be suitable for children under 10)
$12.00 per person
(NOT suitable for children under 10)
Special Events Include Midnight in a Haunted House, Ghostly Encounter and Ghost Bus Tour (All Special Events require payment at time of reservation).
Nightly walking tours are just the beginning. Gettysburg is a hotbed of ghostly activity and the spirits are mighty restless.
Step inside the Haunted Orphanage, where innocent children were tortured by a cruel and abusive matron. Venture into the Jennie Wade House, site of the Battle's only civilian death, and where something lingers still... Ride the Ghost Bus to some of Gettysburg's most haunted landmarks or even host your own paranormal investigation.
This is Ghostly Images of Gettysburg...where we step back and let the Spirits guide your experience. What will you see?