Limited space available for nighttime guided tours offered in October
Countless spirits are reported to still hang around town after dark. The Oshkosh Public Museum will be presenting some of these real Oshkosh ghost stories during Night Whispers, a nighttime guided walking tour through the Museum.
This year’s event will present new recorded real legendary stories and ghostly experiences. Are these stories true as claimed or just things going bump in the night? That is something visitors will have to decide for themselves.
Guided tours are offered at 6:30 and 7:30 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings from October 1-29. The cost is $15 per person, or $12 for Museum members. Tours are selling out quickly. Space is limited to only fifteen people per tour and pre-registration is required. Tours are not recommended for children. Purchase tickets online at oshkoshmuseum.org.
Doors will open 30 minutes prior to each tour time and a cash bar serving soda, beer and wine will also be available for guest’s pre-tour pleasure, but take note that food and drinks are not allowed on the tour.
The Oshkosh Public Museum is located at 1331 Algoma Boulevard in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. For more information about the Museum’s programming events and exciting exhibits, visit oshkoshmuseum.org, call 920.236.5799 or email email@example.com.
About the Oshkosh Public Museum
The Oshkosh Public Museum is a regional history museum, nationally accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. Housed in the historic Sawyer home since 1924, the Museum is entrusted with the care of approximately 250,000 artifacts and historical documents representing all aspects of the region’s people and heritage. The Museum is dedicated to excellence in preservation of historical collections strongly focused around the Fox River and the extensive Winnebago watershed; interactively communicating the story of Oshkosh and the Lake Winnebago region through well-researched, quality exhibitions, programs and publications; and engaging guests in ways that inspire discovery. For admission, hours and more information about the Museum’s exciting exhibits and events, visit oshkoshmuseum.org, call 920.236.5799 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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