All Hallows’ Eve features the Lost in The House Tour, a theatrical paranormal investigative adventure and the family-friendly Jack O’ Lantern Trail. The Winchester Mystery House is also bringing back its popular projection mapped light show that brings the house to life.
Halloween and haunt fans will be thrilled by the Lost in The House Tour, a brand-new theatrical paranormal investigative adventure. For the 98 years that the house has been open to the public it has hosted paranormal investigators, mediums and even master magicians who came looking for proof of the paranormal. During the Lost In The House Tour, brave guests will be guided through the dark & dizzying hallways of the Winchester Estate.
Included in the All Hallows’ Eve ticket is the Jack O’ Lantern Trail. The trail features dozens of hand-carved jack-o’-lantern displays throughout the Victorian Gardens and the Lost in the House Light Show, a projection mapped light show that uses the iconic front of the mansion as a canvas. The Jack O’ Lantern Trail is a great option for young families looking for a magical fall evening experience.
“Winchester Mystery House is a must-visit destination, especially as summer gives way to fall,” said Walter Magnuson, Winchester Mystery House General Manager. “The Lost in The House Tour takes its cue from the many revealing paranormal investigations we’ve hosted, going back all the way to Houdini’s historic visit in 1924. After the tour, our guests will be able to experience the illuminated Victorian Gardens in an all new festive way that is sure to fill you and your family up with Halloween spirit!”
Fall themed food and spirits as well as Axe Throwing at the Stables, Sarah’s Attic Shooting Gallery and the all-new Houdini’s Spirited Escape will be available for an additional fee.
The Winchester Mystery House will also be offering daytime guided mansion and garden tours throughout the months of September and October complimented with autumn décor around the estate.