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Spirits of ’76 Ghost Tour – Evening Experience in Historic Philadelphia

Posted on Tuesday, August 21, 2018

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If you are looking for a great evening activity in Historic Philadelphia, look no further than the Spirits of ’76 Ghost Tour, which we say is 1 Part History, 2 Parts Haunt. The Philadelphia Inquirer called the Spirits of ’76 “Frightfully Fun!”

Spirits of '76 Ghost Tour

The Spirits of ’76 Ghost Tour travels the cobblestone streets of Old City and visits more than 20 sites including the historic homes and grave yards which are allegedly haunted. Plus you’ll see Philly’s monuments by moonlight. Some of our stops that have been the most active for ghost sightings include Old St. Mary’s Church & Cemetery, Old Pine Street Church & Cemetery, Washington Square Park and Independence Hall.

The Spirits of ’76 is great for families, friends, groups of all sizes, birthday parties and date night out.

The Spirits of ’76 Ghost Tour is not like a haunted house where people are jumping out at you. Rather, your guide will tell scary ghost stories with historical context – theater of the mind.  If someone does jump out at you on the tour, run for your life (just kidding).

The Spirits of ’76 is an outdoor walking adventure through the Old City and Society Hill sections of Philly, including on Paranormal Pine Street. The Spirits of ’76 Ghost Tour offers tours on a varying schedule so check online at www.Spiritsof76.com for more details.

While the Spirits of ’76 operates April to November for public tours, private tours can be arranged year round.  Additionally, group tours for school field trips, corporate events, fraternity and sorority events and other group outings are offered year round. The Fall is an excellent time to take the Spirits of ’76 before Halloween, but you can do it anytime of year


Insider Info

After you have toured the museums or are looking for a fun evening adventure to walk-off dinner, take the Spirits of ’76 Ghost Tour.  .   

For those also interested a combination nightseeing and sighteeing tour experience, you can book a combo tour with The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia to save money. The Constitutional is a daytime tour that provides a primary overview of Independence National Historical Park area and visits more than 20 of the must-see sites such as the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and Betsy Ross House.

St. Peter's Cemetery

How to Get There

The Spirits of ’76 Ghost Tour conveniently meets and departs from right outside of the Cosi Restaurant located at 325 Chestnut Street. For guests of The Constitutional Walking Tour, the Spirits of ’76 is just a short 3 block (0.4) mile walk from the National Constitution Center. From the Constitution Center, walk up 5th Street heading South and make a left onto Chestnut Street.  The Cosi Restaurant will be on your left at the corner of 4th & Chestnut Streets

Merchants' Exchange Building.

Additional Information

Spirits of ’76 Ghost Tour
Cosi Restaurant (meeting location for the tours, but not the mailing address)
325 Chestnut Street (4th & Chestnut Streets)
Philadelphia, PA 19106

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