Join us on an eerie, on-foot excursion through one of the city’s most haunted neighborhoods: Lincoln Park, site of the original City Cemetery. Learn about the Park’s connection to the Great Fire of 1871, the shocking truth about the lost graves of cemetery, the ghosts of Lincoln Park Zoo, and the secret of the scandalous “Suicide Bridge” over the Lagoon. Then, travel through the neighborhood to the site of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. Bring your cameras, many strange phenomena have been captured by guests.
Sundays – Thursdays
at 8:00 PM
Departs from the
Chicago History Museum,
1601 N. Clark Street.
The Lincoln Park GHost Walk
10,000 UNMARKED GRAVES, A HAUNTED ZOO & THE ST. VALENTINE’S DAY MASSACRE!
HOME OF CHICAGO’S ORIGINAL CITY CEMETERY WHERE MORE THAN 10,000 UNMARKED GRAVES REMAIN. This shadowy, 2.5-hour stroll through Lincoln Park uncovers the many secrets of this storied site. From the mysteries of the Couch tomb to the chilling tales of Suicide Bridge . . .From the ghosts of Lincoln Park Zoo to the site of St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, your expert guide weaves tales of the supernatural and demonstrates ghost hunting equipment at some of the most actively haunted sites on the route.