Port Arthur Ghost Tour

Port Arthur, TAS

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Adult
$35
Child
$18

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90 minutes
Port Arthur, TAS

Darkness falls, and Port Arthur’s hidden side emerges. This is a different place after sunset, full of mystery and intrigue.

As the sun sets, come out to the dark grounds of the Port Arthur Historic Site for your 90-minute, lantern-lit Ghost Tour. Follow your expert guide through some of Port Arthur’s more infamous buildings and ruins, and hear vivid stories of unexplained events that have baffled and alarmed convicts, free settlers, soldiers and visitors.

More than 1000 people died at Port Arthur during its 47-year history as a penal settlement, and some people say that the souls of the departed have never left. Documented ghost stories have been associated with Port Arthur since 1870, and since that time, many people have added to Port Arthur’s haunted reputation with their own accounts of paranormal activity.

As the lantern light guides you through the darkness, and strange stories unfold, you’ll discover Port Arthur’s secrets, and decide for yourself if the tales are true.


What's included?
  • 90-minute ghost tour

Venue

Port Arthur is located at the southern end of the Tasman Peninsula, 90 minutes drive or 95 kilometres south-east of Hobart.


Availability

Ghost Tours operate every evening except Christmas Day, and are about 90 minutes in duration.

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Date
Saturday, 15 June, 2024
Wednesday, 19 June, 2024
Thursday, 20 June, 2024
Friday, 21 June, 2024
Saturday, 22 June, 2024
Wednesday, 26 June, 2024
Thursday, 27 June, 2024
Friday, 28 June, 2024
Saturday, 29 June, 2024
Availability is a guide only. Press the Book now button to check availability.
Restrictions

Are Ghost Tours suitable for children?

This depends on the age and 'stage' of your children. Ghost Tours are popular with older children. If your child is very young, very active or tends to suffer with nightmares, then Ghost Tours may not be suitable. If your child is disruptive to the tour, your guide will request that you leave the tour.


Weather

Tours go ahead if it rains.


What to bring/wear

Warm and comfortable clothing. Sturdy footwear is essential (no high heels). For safety reasons, umbrellas are not allowed on Ghost Tours, so wet weather clothing is required if the weather is inclement (ponchos are sold at the counter).


Accessibility

This tour is not recommended for those with restricted mobility.


Cancellation Policy

Tickets are not refundable.


Other Information

Booking is essential as Ghost Tours are very popular.


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