Date(s) - 10/22/2022
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Bernie Milton Pavilion
UPCOMING TOUR DATES: 10/14, 10/15, 10/20, 10/21, 10/22, 10/27, 10/28, and 10/29
Tours begin at 6pm and 7:30pm on each date. All tours meet on the Ithaca Commons.
Tickets are $15/person. Pre-registration required.
Although Ithaca might be better known for its gorges, vibrant community, and colleges, it also holds a macabre past. Find yourself face to face with the most haunted archival items in our collections (original murder masks, and items from unsolved crimes!) and explore the Haunted History of Downtown Ithaca with Heritage Ambassadors Sherri La Torre and Ben Sandberg. Dive into true stories of murder, jealousy, and insanity drawn directly from our archival collections. This program is for ages 16 to 116.
The tour will take about 1 hour of walking in Downtown Ithaca. Group size is limited, and distancing and mask wearing among participants will be strictly enforced.
Explore more of our Haunted October events at The History Center at thehistorycenter.net/october
All tours will begin in the atrium of the Tompkins Center for History & Culture on the Ithaca Commons.
PHYSICAL ACCESSIBILITY – Our Haunted History tours cover about 1 mile of paved road, and sidewalks. Recommended for those who can walk or stand for long periods with a support device. Certain sidewalks are uneven – this tour is not recommended for wheelchair users.
CANCELLATION POLICY – This program supports educational programming from The History Center. We are unable to accommodate cancellations or refund ticket prices as we depend on these funds, however if you contact us 24 hours in advance we are happy to re-schedule to any of our other upcoming guided tours or programs (thehistorycenter.net/tours).
WEATHER POLICY – If there is inclement weather predicted for the day of the tour, we will decide by 9am the morning of the tour whether to cancel or go ahead. If the tour is cancelled we will offer a later rain date to all registrants or refund your ticket price in full.
This event will take place in the traditional and contemporary lands of the Gayogo̱hó:nǫ’ Nation (often known by the mispronunciation Cayuga), one of the Six Nations of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. Learn more at thehistorycenter.net/land-acknowledgement.