Halloween Lantern Tours at Hope Lodge

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On Saturday, October 19, explore Hope Lodge by lantern light and hear ghost stories about some of the inhabitants of the mansion including Samuel Morris, Surgeon General Dr. John Cochran, and William Degn. Hope Lodge was built in 1748, served as a hospital during the Revolutionary War and was a home to families where people lived and died for over 200 years. Do their spirits continue to inhabit the historic mansion walls? Come and find out! Tours from 6:00-9:00 PM. Recommended for ages 7 & up and guests must be able to use stairs. Guests are encouraged to bring a flashlight.  Please reserve your ticket in advance. Tours will be limited to 10 guests and will run every half hour. When ordering your tickets, please be aware that you will need to stay with your selected group. Admissions charged (prices include PayPal fee): Adults $10.75 /person,  children (age 12 and under) are free.