October 29, 2013
With Halloween just around the corner, we wanted to remind you of all the spooky sites right here in Philadelphia. (Photo by John Van Horn for Eastern State Penitentiary)
Halloween comes just once a year, but in Philadelphia, you can embrace the spooky spirit of the holiday nearly anytime with a visit to one of the reportedly haunted sites in and around the city.
From crumbling historic prison halls of Eastern State Penitentiary to the haunting collections of the Mütter Museum, eerie sites are not a hard thing to come by.
After all, Philadelphia is one of the oldest cities in the country. We’re bound to have a few skeletons in our closets.
Not sure where to begin your ghost hunt? We’ve got you covered.
Check out Uwishunu’s Guide to Experiencing Haunted Philadelphia for a comprehensive roundup of haunted historical sites, hotels, restaurants, tours and more.
And for ideas on where to celebrate Halloween this week, check out the top haunted houses, tours and events happening all around town in honor of All Hallows’ Eve.
Previously: Uwishunu’s Guide to Experiencing Haunted Philadelphia