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Gallatin Ghost Walk

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Join a historic and eerie guided walk through downtown Gallatin during this unique seasonal tour!

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Gallatin Ghost Walk*
Friday and Saturday evenings from October 10 – November 7, 2020
7pm – 9pm
Downtown Gallatin
122 W. Franklin Street, Gallatin, Tennessee 37066

Historic Sumner, Inc. presents a fall tradition in Middle Tennessee! The annual Gallatin Ghost Walk centers around the most haunted public square in America and includes ghost stories and legends from historically significant Sumner County. The history explains the mysteries: from haunted residences of the pioneer settlers of a new frontier to Civil War ghosts and mysterious caves; spectres of Rebel raiders that still ride across isolated bridges and country roads; and paranormal activity in modern-day apartments Sumner County is a hotspot for the Unexplained.

The two-hour walk is an entertaining way to learn about Sumner County’s diverse and significant history as well as enjoy a quite chilling and well-told ghost story. Carefully curated and always entertaining, costumed presenters are knowledgeable historians and long-time residents of the area.

Best suited for 10 and older.  Walking on flat surfaces, sidewalks and streets; *masks required for 2020 event.

Admission: $20/adult, $10/child (under age 10); space is limited, call (615) 512-5299 to book.

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