#Walking Tour


A Realistic Tour Through New York City

New York City is one of the hottest tourist destinations in the United States. Known for great food, culture, art, and the dozens of must-visit sights, millions of tourists visit New York each year. Along with the sights and activities to do while in New York, there’s a lot of shopping to do as well.

‘Spooky Walking Tour’ promises spine-tingling fun in Berea: Around The Town

BEREA, Ohio -- For years, I’ve heard tell of haunted places in our neck of the woods. Who hasn’t caught wind of these hair-raising tales: The Baldwin Wallace University campus house specters that float through walls and terrorize students. Phantoms that haunt century homes in historic areas of the city. And, of course, local cemeteries that are not immune to hauntings by alleged wraiths.
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A walking tour becomes a lesson of rich Milwaukee history this weekend w/"Doors Open"

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)-- Historic Milwaukee’s annual Doors Open Milwaukee program will return in-person this year. The event, which began in 2011, will showcase more than 70 art galleries, museums, municipal buildings, gardens, and more throughout downtown and Milwaukee’s neighborhoods. This year’s “must see” building is the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra’s Bradley Symphony Center. “We are thrilled to finally be able to open our doors fully to the public for our Free Community Day of Music during Historic Milwaukee’s Doors Open event,” said Mark Niehaus, MSO president and executive director. “Our vision has always been to be a home for music in Milwaukee, and we can’t wait to welcome everyone to our, and their new home.” The beautifully renovated Grand Theater will be open to the public to tour for free on Sunday, September 26, no ticketed required. In addition to in-person tours, the public will be able to view virtual building content from photos to video to 360 virtual reality tours through October 3. “Historic Milwaukee is thrilled to be able to bring this program back in-person to celebrate 11 years of opening doors to Milwaukee’s architectural landmarks and neighborhood institutions. We also have some really great virtual programming that will allow visitors to interact with sites and neighborhoods at their own pace.” Historic Milwaukee is working to ensure this event is as safe as possible for volunteers, sites, and visitors.

Bend’s haunted history is highlighted in upcoming walks

(Bend) - It's time to get your HAUNT ON!. The Deschutes Historical Museum’s Historical Haunts of Downtown Bend walking tours return to in-person for 2 nights only, Friday and Saturday, October 15 & 16. Bring your flashlights, comfortable shoes, and plenty of nerve!. Each night the museum's docents lead thirteen...

Volunteers Needed To Set Up Bentleyville

DULUTH, MN (KDAL) – The process of turning Duluth’s Bayfront Festival Park into the Bentleyville Tour of Lights begins this weekend. Volunteers are needed to help unload trucks and set up displays on Saturday’s and Sunday’s from 8:30 a-m to 4 p-m. Snacks and a lunch are provided and everyone...

Free Rock Springs Cemetery Tour happening this afternoon

September 24, 2021 — The Rock Springs Historical Museum will conduct a Walking Tour of the Rock Springs Cemetery this afternoon at 4 p.m. Those touring need to meet at the directory located at the center of the cemetery located at 800 Thompson Street. There is no cost for the tour, which will last at least an hour.