Charleston Ghost and Dungeon Tour Coupon

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The city of Charleston, S.C. is a historical, haunted, and exciting city to visit any time of the year, but especially during the month of October. The Charleston Ghost and Dungeon Walking Tour was named as one of America’s most haunted places and shown on The Travel Channel for good reasons!

Experiencing the Charleston Ghost and Dungeon Walking Tour in October is wonderful! In October the air is usually cooler and crisper and it is the exciting beginning of a new season. Halloween is a fun, spooky, and enjoyable time to get out and become involved in some outdoor or semi-outdoor activities.

The Charleston Ghost and Dungeon Walking Tour is a 90 minute walking tour that lets tourists experience Charleston’s haunted historic district. The tour includes a visit to the Holy City’s cemeteries, churches, dark alleys, and a pre-revolutionary dungeon. The Dungeon was actually a prison in the late 1700s. It has positioned, rounded ceilings and columns made of brick. The Dungeon was a damp, cold, and eerie place that had no way of providing heat. Pirates, patriots, and criminals died behind the bars of the dungeon.

If you love ghost stories, this is the tour for you! The underground tunnels and the stories to go along with them are fascinating. Learning about Charleston, its historic and haunted areas, and hearing ghost stories, as well as pirate stories are all very intriguing. You’ll experience an eerie walk while you listen to a knowledgeable tour guide tell true, chilling stories of Charleston’s ghostly citizens, haunted houses, voodoo, and low country superstitions. Be sure to bring comfortable walking shoes and a camera.

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Key West Ghost Tour Review

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No better month exists for taking a ghost tour than October. Halloween is the perfect time to stroll through areas reported to be haunted. Key West, Florida, is the pinnacle destination for a ghost tour. Visitors often capture unexplained phenomena on their cameras. Your guide will greet you wearing a black formal Victorian-era top hat, caped coat and an old-style lantern. Already tingles begin to flow down your spine. As you tour Bone Island, you’ll hear the real history, legends, myths and tales of hauntings and other mysterious events. You are encouraged to bring cameras, both still and video, plenty of memory cards, film and batteries to capture the sights, both seen and unseen to the naked eye. Nothing is staged for the tourists; everything is real.

Purchase your tickets a Discounts are available for groups and all ages are welcome. The tour is family friendly, and nothing is said or done to frighten children.

The tours begin at 423 Fleming street, near the intersection with Duval street. Come at least a half- hour early with your tickets. The tours begin at 8pm and at 9pm, rain or shine. It’s best to make reservations no later than 24 hours before the tour, as group size is limited. Wear comfortable walking shoes, and bringing a bottle of water is always a good idea. The tour lasts approximately one and a half hours, so be prepared to see and learn a lot. Ask your tour guide about recording devices so you can bring the experience home with you to relive with family and friends.

Plan the rest of your trip around the numerous museums, walking, boating and bicycle tours, sightseeing, and water activities. Restaurants abound, catering to every taste and budget. Hotels are happy to serve families at any time of year in Key West.

New Orleans Garden District Ghost Tour Coupon

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No doubt one of the eeriest neighborhoods in the US, the New Orleans Garden District is a perfect place to get into the Halloween spirit. Made famous by Anne Rice’s books that portrayed vampires, ghosts and witches living the stately mansions that peek out behind huge old trees, the Garden District has a very real history of spooky inhabitants and chilling phantoms.

Join a Garden District walking tour with a knowledgeable guide who will share the wonderful and wicked stories of the residents of this long inhabited part of New Orleans, from common criminals on the run to high society big wigs whose indulgences have become the stuff of legend. Learn about the natural disasters that have challenged this now beautiful neighborhood and the wars that have left tales of ghosts and hauntings in their wake.

Visit the 1st Street house that was long the home of Anne Rice and featured in exquisite detail in her series of novels on the Mayfair witches. See the antebellum homes that have seen such historical moments as the death of Jefferson Davis and the invasion of rock stars like Trent Reznor. Check out the Lafayette Cemetery, the safest cemetery in the city, where restoration efforts have reclaimed centuries of neglect.

Be prepared to navigate the uneven sidewalks under looming trees and vines whose roots have pushed their way through the concrete over the centuries. Wear very sturdy shoes and consider bringing a walking stick or cane to help you keep your balance.

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Gray Line New Orleans Sightseeing Tour

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If you are looking for the best way to explore the magical city of New Orleans, then look no further. The New Orleans Gray Line Sightseeing Tour will show you the city’s best sights including the famous French Quarter, the Garden District, and the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar.

First, no one could visit New Orleans without first touring the French Quarter centered on St. James Square. You will see plenty of beautiful, historic architecture dating back to the city’s founding centuries ago. You will find plenty of nightlife and entertainment options there including many of New Orleans’ world-renowned jazz clubs.

Next, you will explore the elegant Garden District. You will surely be awed by the district’s many stately mansions, homes of former kings and queens of Mardi Gras. Loyola and Tulane Universities are located in the Garden District as well as the Audubon National Park.

The Garden District’s most famous means of transport, the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar, is a wonderful way to see its most famous mansions. It runs from one end of the Garden District to the other and stops very near the beginning of the French Quarter. Few people know that the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar is the oldest continuously operating passenger railway in the world.

It is usually best to visit New Orleans in the cooler months of the year. The winters are usually quite mild and the hot, humid summers can be oppressive for some visitors.

Haunted Jail in Charleston Review

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If tales of hauntings that stretch over the centuries are what you need to get you into the Halloween spirit, join in the Haunted Jail Tour in Charleston, South Carolina where for 45 minutes you’ll hear tales that are guaranteed to warm up your goose bumps. Needless to say, this tour is not recommended for small children or the faint of heart, but for those who have the courage, the experience will be one of those you can tell your grand kids about on stormy nights.

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Dark Side of Charleston Walking Tour

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The Dark Side of Charleston Walking Tour is a great adult activity for October, with Halloween coming up. Adults don’t have to be left out of Halloween festivities, and who doesn’t love a tale of debauchery? The tour guides have extensive knowledge about the city’s history and are able to provide intriguing and shocking details about some of the more sordid bits. If you think the streets of Charleston are pure and innocent, think again. Charleston is home to many sinister historical secrets and its scandalous past is no longer hiding. It’s not a ghost tour but what you will see and hear is going to disturb you.

On the tour, visitors will have the opportunity to see the more sinister aspects of Charleston’s history. Charleston is no stranger to murder, prostitution, or scandal. Visitors will learn about Rumpty Rattles, a man who was shot on Market Street, in front of what is now the Gucci store. Some murders the city would rather keep covered up but the tour won’t hide them. The tour visits some sites that were brothels during World War II as well as sites where prostitutes roamed the streets. Tour guides will give visitors a front row pass to criminal activities.

There are some things to keep in mind if you intend to take the tour. It is an uncensored tour of Charleston and would be considered rated R. It’s definitely not for children. The tour is about 90 minutes long and you are on foot the whole time, so wear comfortable shoes! Another thing to keep in mind – it’s at night! You can attend the 8 or 10 pm tours.

Tickets for the Dark Side of Charleston Walking Tour can be purchased at for $17.50.

Jungle Island Miami Coupons

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Jungle Island is an eco and family friendly Miami attraction where a day of adventure awaits all who enter. Hang out with an orangutan or get friendly with a tiger right here in Miami. Take a walk on the wild side while learning about the flora and fauna of the Everglades or Manu, Peru. Jungle Island has all this and much, much more.

Jungle Island, formerly known has Parrot Jungle was established back in 1936. Even Winston Churchill found the parrots irresistible. Well, much has changed since he cuddled up with Pinky, the Moluccan Cockatoo in 1946. Pinky is still wooing visitors but now there is a wide variety of wild and exotic animals from orangutans and tigers, to penguins and boa constrictors.
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Free Honolulu Things To Do and See for Families

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Visiting Hawaii is the dream of many people. If you are fortunate enough to see the beautiful state with your family, there are many attractions to visit without having to spend a fortune to enjoy them. The great thing about Hawaii is its vast natural beauty. Thus the island itself is the attraction and you don’t have to worry about leaving the islands of Aloha with empty pockets. Here are five of the cheapest, most popular tourist attractions in Honolulu:

  • Diamond Head. It is one of the most famous craters in the world, simply because it is located in Hawaii. Its incredible beauty has a lot to do with that, too, however. Diamond Head is now a state park and includes many hiking, biking, climbing and walking trails. You can hike to the top of mountain, which was once an active volcano and look at the incredible view of the island. You will also be able to look out over the other islands, as well. Diamond Head was so named because from an aerial view it appears to have a pointed shape, like a diamond. The natives of the island originally referred to it as a crater that looked like a tuna fish because of its distinctive comparison to the dorsal fin of the same creature.
  • Pearl Harbor. There is a small fee to be paid to visit the grounds where the Japanese attacked and killed American soldiers on December 7th, 1941. It is completely worth the price of admission. There are walking tours, the military base can be viewed and it is a great way to show kids a piece of infamous American history. The Pearl Harbor walking tour equips you with a guide that will let you know some interesting facts about the attack.
  • U.S.S. Arizona Memorial. You can acquire a tour for free here if you have already paid the fee to see Pearl Harbor. The tour is very serious and solemn. You are literally visiting a graveyard. The memorial itself is strikingly beautiful and it is a great reminder of the people who died in 1941. Kids will enjoy the ferry boat ride to the memorial and looking at the ship that is sunk underneath the waves. All in all, it is a must-see experience if you are in the Pearl Harbor area.
  • Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve. Looking for a free experience that really gives you a taste of Hawaii? Hanauma Bay is gorgeous. There is a stunning coral reef that gives you and the family a chance to scuba-dive and snorkel into the clear, warm and blue waters. It’s also a nice place to just swim and play around in the sand. Let your kids play in the water while you relax in the sunshine, perhaps under the shade of a palm tree!
  • Manoa Falls. Kids love to move! Take advantage of that  and hike the one-hour trail to the breathtaking Manoa Falls.

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Key West Ghost Tour Coupon

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Want to hear the creepy story of Robert, Key West‘s resident haunted doll? Or see Ernest Hemingway’s ghostly specter? Maybe a haunted elevator is more to your liking? After spending a hot day at the beach, cool off with chills down your spine at the Key West Ghost Tour. Resident ghost tour guides will walk you through the streets of Key West telling tales that will scare and delight you. Fun for the entire family, the tour guides are paranormal enthusiasts whose brilliant story telling create an otherworldly backdrop to set their tales upon.

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Free Things to Do and See for Families in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia is a fun place to visit with your family. There are many attractions and museums to visit. It is not only a historically important city, but also a very lovely one, too. You can enjoy the sights and sounds of Philadelphia without spending a fortune on the attractions that you really want to enjoy. Here are five of the top tourist attractions for families who want to save money on their big vacation:

  • Independence Hall. This is a world heritage site and among the most famous on planet earth. It was here that the Declaration of Independence was signed by the Founding Fathers. The Constitution was also signed here. There is no fee for viewing the building. The tables and chairs are all set up in the position that historians believe they were originally left. Something important to remember is that although the tour is free, the tourist center only gives out a limited amount of tickets that are valid for entrance every day, so try and arrive early in the morning. The tickets are then valid until closing time. There is a lot of background history about the signing of both documents within the hall. It is the perfect place for a family to visit and appreciate together.
  • National Constitution Center. This is the most interactive history museum in American and it is absolutely free! It is literally located just down the street from the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. It is also the only museum in the country dedicated specifically to the Constitution and history of “we, the people.” There are wax figures, documents and in-depth explanations of the wonder that is the Constitution. The Spies, Traitors and Saboteurs may well be the most entertaining part of the museum, and it is sure to entertain children. Don’t miss out on this fantastic attraction.
  • Liberty Bell Center. The Liberty Bell is well known for the small crack in its side. But it is better known for what it represents: liberty! The Liberty Bell Center is free. The bell itself originally hung in Independence Hall, which is located across the street. Its fracture was enlarged to increase its sound, but a larger crack soon brought the beloved bell into retirement. The bell is displayed in a glass case and can be viewed inside or outside the center at all hours of the day. Don’t forget your camera!
  • City Hall. It may not be as old as Independence Hall or the Liberty Bell, but it is still a lovely architectural feat. It was built in 1901 and, for a small fee, you can join the walking tour that appreciates the interior design of the building. You can even climb the tower for a fantastic view of the entire city!
  • The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia. It costs a little money, but it’s worth it. You are guided on a walking tour of the city, to more than twenty historic locations.

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