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Dead of Night Ghost Tours is a leisurely walk through the historic, haunted district. Hear the history, visit places the spirits haunt, and learn why they haunt Plymouth, MA. Walk through Burial Hill Cemetery, one of the oldest burying sites in America. Dead of Night Ghost Tours was awarded the Certificate of Excellence, by Tripadvisor. This prestigious award places us in the top performing businesses worldwide. In September, 2021 we were filmed by Travel Channel for a paranormal program called “Portals,” soon to air in 2022. Look for Season 3, Episode 3 on the Travel Channel. Our tours are led by Plymouth’s original paranormal investigators. Bring those cameras and capture spirits on film.
Tour #1: Twilight Lantern Ghost Tours (90 minutes) – Leisurely walk to Plymouth’s Most Haunted places. Walk down the oldest street in America, visit the Town Square and find out who haunts the 1749 courthouse. Stroll through Burial Hill Cemetery, site of the 1st Pilgrim Fort, with tombstones dating back to the 1600’s. Learn why spirits continue to linger, burial customs and burial traditions. See historic buildings where spirits continue to roam. Bring your camera to catch spirits on film!!
Tour #2 COMBO Tour (2 hours) – Twilight Lantern tour (above) plus admission into 2 Historic Haunted Houses, the 1725 Captain Taylor House and the 1849 Trask Museum. Both of these houses were filmed by the Travel Channel for the 2022 season for the TV show “Portals” Season 3, Episode 3. These houses have multiple spirits and collections of haunted items that have spirit connections. The haunted mirror, the haunted pram, the haunted doll and the haunted spinning wheel. These Collections are gathered from private investigations that haunted families.
Tour #3 Sunset Cemetery Tour (60 Minutes) – Walking historic paths of Plymouth History, which include Plymouth Rock, Coles Hill, Leyden Street, Town Square and Burial Hill Cemetery. Learn about burial customs and burial traditions, Plymouth’s 1st Fort, primitive tombstones and meanings.
Group rates available. For information or reservations call 508-277-2371. Tickets can be purchased Here and can be also purchased at our shop at 31 North Street, Plymouth, MA.