For the 28th consecutive year, will produce A Tour of Southern Ghosts, the spooktacular story-telling festival hosted by Stone Mountain Park. Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening between October 11 through 27, Stone Mountain Park’s Antebellum Plantation is the setting for this unique event that celebrates the delightful Southern tradition of telling incredible stories about ghosts, spirits, phantoms, specters, ghouls and other apparitions.
A Tour of Southern Ghosts is the perfect family outing for a lovely fall evening – right in time to get in the mood for Halloween,” says David Thomas, President and Artistic Director of ART Station. “Join us at this bewitching time of the year for a ghost tour that features fun and spooky ghost stories from the Antebellum South that are suitable for all ages. Along the lantern-lit paths of one of the South’s most authentic – and spookiest! – plantation, you’ll meet six professional storytellers who will share their ‘real Southern’ ghost stories. It makes for a great Atlanta family tradition – and it is only here that you will experience the real Southern Boo Y’all!”
About A Tour of Southern Ghosts
A Tour of Southern Ghosts takes place between 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday and Sunday evenings, and from 7 to 9:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Tours start every ten minutes, and each tour is approximately 45 minutes. Tickets are $7 for children under 12 and $15 for adults, and are available online at ART Station, 770-469-1105 or via Stone Mountain Park, 770-498-5600. Sundays are children’s group nights (minimum group size: 10), when tickets are $3 per child. Please note: the entry to Stone Mountain Park requires a parking permit of $10 per car. “One Day All Attraction Passes” and “Mountain Memberships are not valid for BOO Y’ALL.
For additional information regarding ART Station programming call 770 469 1105 or visit www.artstation.org.