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September 2015

September, 2015

Ghosts, Ghouls, & Haunts!
Hair-raising history and hauntings in Historic Albany County
Albany, NY – In Albany, Halloween goes beyond simple trick or treating. The area is so ripe with ghost tales and spooky stories, it has multiple offerings for ghost tours that take you through all the haunted history of Albany! Whether you want to get spooked or just have a scary good time Albany offers something for everyone.

Upcoming events: 
  • Whether you're a group of paranormal investigators or just a group of friends looking for some haunted thrills, the Haunted History Trail is a must! More information can be found here.
  • If you've toured the New York State Capitol before, come see it in a different light with the Capitol Hauntings Tour!
  • The family friendly Monster Mash & Bash is always a fun time with lots of Halloween activities to keep kids in the spooky spirit!
  • If you're looking for more Ghost Tours,'Knick at Night' at the Knickerbocker Historical Society may be for you!
  • The Pine Bush Halloween Howl Prowl includes a hands-on exploration of Halloween topics including skulls, bats, spiders, night time sounds and more. Then, continue outside for a hike to discover the Pine Bush at night and conclude the evening with savory sweets of cider and donuts.
  • Another spooky option is the Halloween at Howe Caverns & Haunted Lantern Tour. Experience the thrill of the Howe Haunted Lantern Tour and explore the mysteries of the Woman in White, the Flood of 1928, Christina and Seth’s Henry and other legends while our ghost hosts lead you on a special 2-hour lantern tour.
    It’s a haunting adventure and good time!
For more Autumn and Halloween events and activities visit our Calendar of Events.
About the ACCVB:
The Albany County Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc. was established in 1976 to promote the civic and commercial progress of the community through increased development of conventions and tourism. ACCVB currently represents more than 300 member businesses and assists each year in hundreds of regional meetings. ACCVB also operates the Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center, Henry Hudson Planetarium, and the Albany International Airport Information Center. For more information, call 518-434-1217 or 800-258-3582 or visit
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Schuyler Bull, Director of Marketing
Albany County Convention & Visitors Bureau
Phone: 518-434-1217 x 203
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