As the sun sets over Castlemaine, history will be brought to life as we explore one of the most interesting Cemetery in Central Victoria.
Nestled in a tree lined gully of Campbells Creek, the cemetery, holds the stories of the 20,000 people who are interred within the grounds.
Be it on the summers breeze or a winter’s foggy night, you won’t believe the people who once called Castlemaine home.
Opening in 1853, the cemetery holds hidden secrets which the team at Twisted History will be bring to light as we share the meanings and symbolism of the different graves we pass.
Adults $35; Family $120 (2 adults, 3 children)
|$35.00 - $120.00|
Child (16 and under) $25 School groups $20
|$20.00 - $25.00|
A guided tour by lantern light
Days of operation:
Departure details: 15/06/19 - 31/12/20
Sat: 07:30pm - 09:00pm
Unfortunately, Twisted History tours are not running across all locations due to Covid-19. They will reopen as soon as they are able to in line with Government regulations. In the meantime, why not join in their new online streaming talks "Locked up with History".
Come and get totally twisted at some great locations across Victoria and explore the darker side of history on a range of tours with Twisted History.
Join Twisted History at the Geelong Gaol, the longest continuously running 19th-century prison for ghost and investigation tours, seven nights a week.
If murder stories are more up your alley, they have a range of murder tours through Chinatown every Friday and Saturday night. Or their Melbourne and Carlton tours by appointment.
Perhaps a haunted hotel is more your pace. If so, join in on one of the combined dinner, history and investigation tours.
Or maybe a paranormal investigation in the town of Steiglitz or at Werribee Park in the original buildings.
If you are in Central Victoria they have the Castlemaine Cemetery Tour and the Bendigo Ghost Tour through the streets and Rosalind Park.
Keep an eye on their webpage for new upcoming tours.
Customised tours and private group bookings are available - please contact them to discuss.
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