Haunted Huguenot Street
Discover new tours inspired by the legends and history of Huguenot Street. Haunted Huguenot Street programming will run for three weekends, October 16 – 17, 23 – 24, and 30 – 31.
Interpretations and special night-time tours will span across the National Historic Landmark District. Guests will first be taken to the Jean Hasbrouck House where they will learn about the nightmares of a guilty young boy, based on true events as recorded in the 18th century diary of Abraham Hasbrouck. They will then proceed to the historic burial ground for an interpretation adapted from Edgar Lee Masters’ Spoon River Anthology during which the dead will speak for themselves. Finally, inspired by decades of reported paranormal experiences, guests will visit the Deyo House mansion where a house maid is haunted by the ghost of the tragically demised Gertrude Deyo.
Haunted Huguenot Street PG-rated tours will depart from the DuBois Fort Visitor Center (81 Huguenot Street) hourly beginning at 5 pm, with the final tour leaving at 9 pm, on October 16, 17, 23, 24, and 30. On October 31, tours will depart from the DuBois Fort hourly beginning at 7 pm, with the final tour leaving at 10 pm. The entire street will be decorated, including a campfire, for an immersive Halloween experience.
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged as tours sell out quickly. Register at http://www.huguenotstreet.org/hauntedhuguenotstreet. Members, seniors, military, and students $20 with online discount code HAUNTED (proof of eligibility required at the door). Non-members $25. Without pre-registration, $30 at the door.