Many of the ghost towns of Montana, as well as the Little Bighorn battlefield, are said to be haunted.But you know that, since you have come to my list of Montana ghost tours.This directory includes ghost hunts, ghost walks, haunted house tours, trolley tours, and cemetery tours that you may be interested in taking if you are a thrill seeker, ghost hunter and/or history buff.
Here are the Montana ghost tours that I have found:
Bale of Hay Ghost Tours - Virginia City, MT
Take an hour long walking tour through the back streets and alleys of historic Virginia City. Your ghost host will true gruesome true tales of the Wild West in this legendary Gold Rush Capital. Tours leave daily from mid-June to mid-August at 9 PM (except Monday).
Bannack State Park - Dillon, MT
two live reenactments nightly at 7 and 9 PM in October with its ghost walk. The “ghosts” from Bannack’s past reenact important historic local events for visitors. You may encounter Henry Plummer, Doctor Glick, Joe Pizanthus, Cyrus Skinner and Mattie Silks, among others. Reservations are required as each show is limited to 100 people. Bring a flashlight and don’t forget to dress warm! Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 year of age and younger.
Haunted Helena from Last Chance Tours - Helena, MT
a trolley tour operated in October that visits haunted locations such as Reeder’s Alley and Benton Avenue Cemetery in Helena. The cost is $25 per person.
Old Butte Historical Adventures - Butte, MT
four different walking tours around Butte, Montana from April until October. The Underground Tour includes the Rookwood Speakeasy, Hirour Barber Shop and Old City Jail. The Dellinger Tour offers a multi-level examination of hauntings on the Dellinger Block, featuring the Dellinger Law Offices. The East walking tour includes Chinatown, the Red-Light District, Finlen Hotel, Myra Brothel, Tony’s Tin Shop and Cabbage Patch. Tours are $8 for kids under 12 and $15 for adults. The West tour includes Stephens Hotel, Mother Lode Theater, Silver Bow Club and County Court House.
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