Come on a scarily good 90-minute Spirits of Milford Ghost Walk through downtown Milford, where you’ll be enthralled and entertained with stories about:
- The distraught Paugusset Indian who strangled and killed her two young sons near Milford Harbor 400 years ago
- The three deadly curses cast on Charles Island, including the curse made by Captain Kidd
- Why almost-300-year-old Capt. Stephen Stow has never left his house on High Street
- The accused Colonial witch buried in Milford Cemetery
- And so many other unexplainable and frightening tales
- Ghost meters that detect changes in electromagnetic energy are used throughout our walks.
Blending the macabre with Milford history, this spirited, lantern-lit walk follows a roughly 1.15-mile loop through downtown Milford, including stops at some of the city’s oldest homes and Milford Cemetery.
To ensure the health, safety and best possible experience for all of our guests, space on each ghost walk is strictly limited to no more than 25 people. Walk-ups will only be permitted if space allows. Purchasing advance tickets is recommended.
For our both our regular Spirits of Milford Ghost Walks and our special events, purchasing tickets online, in advance, is recommended. Advance online ticket sales close two hours before walks begin.
- Advance, online ticket price for a Spirits of Milford Ghost Walk is $18 per person.
- Walk-up ticket price for a Spirits of Milford Ghost Walk is $23 per person and must be paid with EXACT CASH ONLY. Those purchasing walk-up tickets should call or text (203) 214-7554 to check on availability.
- Children 4 and under are free.
- Prices for special events can vary. Please click on the link for detail.
All walks start at the Factory Lane side of the Hotchkiss Bridge (that connects to Fowler Field) and are appropriate for all ages. On most nights, ample parking is available at Fowler Field behind the Milford Public Library, which is located at 57 New Haven Ave., Milford CT 06460.
September 5, 19, 26
October 2-3, 9-10, 16-18, 23-25, 30-31
November: 1, 6-7, 13-14