New York State’s Haunted History Trail Adds Ghostly Getaway Packages to Four Haunted Hotels The Scene


New York State’s Haunted History Trail adds

Statewide Haunted Trail Adds More Ways to Interact with Spirits, Learn Haunted Stories

BATAVIA – New York State’s Haunted History Trail expanded in 2021 to include new ghostly getaway travel packages, haunted partners, and events. The trail was launched in 2013 as a guide for visitors looking to find and interact with the spooky side of New York City travel. Home to all things paranormal, 365 days a year, the trail features over 80 authentically haunted locations, offering investigations, ghost hunts, tours, accommodations and other experiences that allow visitors to interact with the haunted side of New York State.

For the first time, The Trail has released six ghostly getaway packages at four partner locations – The Shanley Hotel in Napanoch, NY, The Allegiance Bed & Breakfast in Mount Morris, NY, Tillman’s Historic Village Inn & Fair Haven Inn in Albion, NY, and The Brae Loch Inn in Cazenovia, NY

Current offers include:

1 night at The Haunted Shanley Hotel (Catskills) – Includes one night, 4 hour public paranormal experience led by staff, self-contained ghost hunt, snacks, drinks and a continental breakfast. Starting at $ 238.

Private Group Haunted Experience at Shanley Hotel (Catskills) – Includes accommodation for up to seven participants, private 3-hour staff-led paranormal experience, self-guided ghost hunt, use of paranormal equipment selected, snacks, drinks and a continental breakfast. Starting at $ 499.

2-Nights at The Haunted Allegiance Bed & Breakfast (Finger Lakes) – Includes, two nights for two at the Haunted Historic Inn, gourmet breakfast, official Haunted History Trail t-shirts, brochure and preview welcome and paranormal by the innkeepers. Starting at $ 150.

Private Group Haunted Experience at Allegiance Bed & Breakfast (Finger Lakes) – Includes six double occupancy rooms for an overnight stay at the historic Haunted Inn, gourmet breakfast, snacks and beverages, hospitality and a paranormal overview by the innkeepers, and use of equipment for a self-directed ghost hunt from the B&B. Starting at $ 500.

1 night at Tillman’s Historic Village Inn & Fair Haven Inn (Greater Niagara) – Includes double room at Fair Haven Inn, $ 30 voucher for on-site Tillman’s Village Inn restaurant, bottle of wine, official story haunted Trail t-shirt, brochure, and welcome and paranormal presentation by the Innkeeper. Starting at $ 115.

1 night at the Brae Loch Inn (central New York) – Includes private ghost tour of the inn, one night in a deluxe four-poster king room (with fireplace or jacuzzi), $ 66.50 dinner voucher and drinks at onsite restaurant, continental breakfast, and official Haunted History Trail t-shirt and loot. Starting at $ 200.

Also new this year, the Trail has added partners in the Binghamton and Schenectady, NY areas, including the Phelps Mansion Museum, Roberson Mansion, The Historic Bundy House and the Historic Schenectady District. All four sites offer public haunted tours during normal hours and by appointment, sharing the stories of witnessed paranormal activity, apparitions and the story of the ghostly and macabre tragedy that occurred there.

As the fall season approaches, New York State’s Haunted History Trail is home to the largest collection of haunted and Halloween events in the state. The “Ghostly Events” online calendar hosts over 250 events, from authentic ghost hunts and paranormal investigations to staged haunted houses and Halloween hay walks, available through the end of October.

To follow The Haunted History Trail on TikTok, visit: https://www.tiktok.com/@hauntedhistorytrailofnys. To book a ghostly getaway package, hike haunted locations, learn more, or purchase tickets to a haunted event, visit the New York State Haunted History Trail website at: https://hauntedhistorytrail.com/.

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