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Shadows and Stones Cemetery Tour

Date/Time

Oct 17, 2014 to Oct 31, 2014
08:30 PM

This event occurs weekly, on Friday.

Description

New England Curiosities offers several haunted Portsmouth tours including the Legends, Ghosts and Graves Tour, the Haunted Pubs of Portsmouth Tour, the Historic Portsmouth Legends and Ghosts Tour and the Shadows and Stones Cemetery Tour.

Explore New Hampshire's oldest Colonial burial ground, the Point of Graves, dating from the late 1600s, with Roxie J. Zwicker, author of the "Haunted Cemeteries of New England" and the "New Hampshire Book of the Dead."

Tours meet at the Point of Graves burial ground on Mechanic Street, next to Prescott Park, off of Marcy Street along the scenic Portsmouth Waterfront.

Cost

$10 for adults and $8 for children

Location

View map Point of Graves
Mechanic St.
Portsmouth, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

New England Curiosities

Phone

(603) 343-7977

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