Old Sacramento Living History Presents Spirited “Ghost Tours”

Sacramento Region, CA (MPG)  |  By Traci Rockefeller Cusack, T-Rock Communications
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SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) – The Sacramento History Museum & Alliance are proud to present an all-new season of Old Sacramento Living History’s annual “Ghost Tours” on Friday and Saturday evenings, October 11 through October 26, 2019. For those who dare, the engaging tours depart from the Sacramento History Museum (101 I Street) every half-hour from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on the evenings the tours are available. Tickets for the new 2019 season of “Ghost Tours” are limited, so get yours now.

With a theme of “Murders, Mayhem and Tragedies” this year, the eerie and ever-popular one-hour “Ghost Tours” provide Old Sacramento guests with the opportunity to relive 19th century lore as guides (and ghosts) relate tantalizing narratives about the deaths of colorful citizens from Sacramento’s history. This year, the tours will take place at the riverfront, inside and relatively close to the Sacramento History Museum as daring and inquisitive guests revisit stories of pestilence, mayhem, quacks and fraud through the darker side of Sacramento’s fascinating history. Along the way, tour guests may encounter wayward miners, murder victims and other Gold Rush characters while listening to tantalizing tales of Sacramento’s colorful and lively past.

Advance reservations are recommended as tickets for the Old Sacramento Living History’s “Ghost Tours” are expected to sell out quickly. Tickets cost $18 per person and are not recommended for children ages 8 and under. For advance tickets or more information, call 916-808-7059 or visit www.sachistorymuseum.org. Proceeds from the Ghost Tours benefit the Sacramento History Alliance programs and the Sacramento History Museum.

The Sacramento History Alliance is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that manages the Sacramento History Museum, Sacramento Visitors Center, Old Sacramento Underground Tours, Gold Fever! Games, Anytime Tours, and Living History Programs, and works collaboratively with the City of Sacramento to support the Center for Sacramento History.