Pendleton Ghost Walk

100 E Queen Street

Pendleton, SC 29670

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Phone: (864) 646-7249

City: Pendleton

Region: Mountains

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Pendleton Ghost Walk

Join the Pendleton Historic Foundation [PHF] for its annual Ghost Walk through Pendleton on Friday & Saturday evening, October 18th & 19th. For one night only, meet prominent Pendletonians who have gone into the beyond. Rain or shine, participants will visit buildings, grave sites, and more on this eerie tour. Tickets are $15 per person and refreshments are included before and after the walk. This special event is designed to be fun for the whole family and space is limited, so book tickets today! Tours run every 20 minutes between 7pm and 9:40pm, with a maximum of 25 people per tour. Participants must pay in advance via cash, check or PayPal. Registration is not complete without the assignment of a tour time and finalized payment. It is suggested that groups arrive at the 145 Town Street to sign in at the Pendleton Community Center at least 30 minutes before their tour begins. The Ghost Walk will be around one mile long and take between 60 and 90 minutes to complete. Comfortable shoes are strongly suggested and a small flashlight is a bright idea to bring along but not required! Golf cart usage will be limited to the first two tours and reserved for individuals who have trouble walking or standing for the duration of their tour time. Carts must be booked in advance and may not be reserved for whole groups or families. Visit www.pendletonhistoricfoundation.org/event-calendar/ to buy your tickets and reserve your spot today! Call (864) 646-7249 for more information.

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