Ghosting Lawrence: A Theatrical Tour of Downtown Haunts
October 25 @ 7:00 pm - October 30 @ 11:00 pm
$40 – $50
Join Ric Averill on a tour of haunted Downtown Lawrence, assisted by spirits dancing, playing and singing their way through the city’s eerie history. Visit authenticated hauntings as Averill spins the tale of a town burned and revived yet still besieged by ghosts from Quantrill’s Raid and more.
Trolley & Walking Tours
Wednesday, Oct. 25 | 7 pm & 9 pm (TROLLEY TOURS)
Thursday, Oct. 26 | 7 pm & 9 pm (TROLLEY TOURS)
Friday, Oct. 27 | 7 pm (WALKING TOUR)
Saturday, Oct. 28 | 7 pm (WALKING TOUR)
Sunday, Oct. 29 | 7 pm & 9 pm (TROLLEY TOURS)
Monday, Oct. 30 | 7 pm & 9 pm (TROLLEY TOURS)
$50 Trolley Tour
$40 Walking Tour
What is the path of the tour?
The tour will begin in front of The Lawrence Arts Center. From there, we will go to the Toy Store, and then stop at the Eldridge, go to Liberty Hall, the former Borders, the Mcalistar House and then Turnhalle. The tour will end back in front of The Lawrence Arts Center.
How long & how far will we travel?
The trolley tour will cover approximately eight blocks or just over 1 mile of downtown and East Lawrence. This tour will take approximately one hour. There will be a couple of stops on this tour. The walking tour will cover approximately eight blocks, just over 1 mile of downtown and East Lawrence. This tour will take approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. We have done our best to consider accessibility for this tour, but due to the infrastructure of historic Lawrence, participants will encounter brick paths and uneven surfaces.
What will the trolley be like?
You will be riding a Boyertown Luxury Style Trolley. The trolley will have a sound system to amplify our storyteller, Ric Averill.
Can I bring food and drinks on the trolley?
Yes, you can bring food and drink on the trolley. We will have a bar with beer, wine, sparkling water, soda, and other treats available in the Art Center’s Main Lobby thirty minutes before the show begins.
What does accessibility look like for the trolley tour?
If you have any questions about accessibility or special considerations, don’t hesitate to contact Elizabeth by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 785-843-2787 EXT. 111. There is no wheelchair lift or way to secure wheelchairs in the trolley.
What should I bring with me on the walking tour?
Consider bringing a flashlight and clothes for colder weather.
What does accessibility look like for the walking tour?
If you have any questions about accessibility or special considerations, please contact Elizabeth by email at email@example.com or by phone at 785-843-2787 EXT. 111.
What is your weather policy?
While it is usually cooler in late October, weather conditions can change rapidly. The decision to delay or cancel a performance is made at 7 pm nightly. Check our website and Facebook page for the most up-to-date information on cancellations.
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