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|Dig deeper into Haunted Philadelphia with these special events!
|Since then, reports of disappearing apparitions, ghostly voices, and
otherworldly activity have haunted this ship, which is the last of its kind.
Join us this Halloween for a high-spirited tour of the haunted and historic
USS Olympia, docked along the waterfront at Philadelphia's Penn's Landing.
The Olympia is located at Penn's Landing on the Delaware River, at S. Columbus Blvd and
Spruce St. GPS Address: 211 S. Columbus Blvd. Philadelphia, PA 19106
Get directions >
$22 per person
Tickets are limited and advanced purchase is required.
Call 215-413-1997 to purchase tickets by phone, or buy tickets online
Allow approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes
Click here for available tour times on the following dates >
Friday, October 24, 2014
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Halloween! Friday, October 31, 2014
Saturday, November 1, 2014
|Additional tour times will be added as needed. Please call 215-413-1997 if tickets are
unavailable online or to inquire about a time not on the schedule.
When you purchase tickets online or over the phone, your name will automatically be added to
the tour reservation list. Just show up to the ticket booth outside of the Olympia, and the tour
guide will check you in.
If you arrive late and miss your scheduled tour time, we will try to accommodate you on the next
available tour. Tickets are non-refundable.
A portion of proceeds benefits the Cruiser Olympia and the Independence Seaport Museum
|All aboard the frighteningly haunted
Olympia battleship for a unique ghost
tour of the creepy nooks and crannies
of this historic wartime relic!
Hear haunting tales from the high
seas, from murder and suicide to the
grisly death of "Gunner" Johnson, the
ship’s most famous ghost. Whispers of
ghostly activity stretch all the way
back to 1895 when the ship was first
commissioned as the "Queen of the
|Ghost Tour of the Haunted USS Olympia
|Must be 12 or older and able to climb steep stairs.
Please note: Historic Ships are not wheelchair accessible.