Candlelight Ghost Tours at Selma
On Saturday, October 7th from 6 to 10 pm, the Norristown Preservation Society will host Candlelight Ghost Tours at Historic Selma Mansion (1301 West Airy St. in Norristown). Quiet guided tours of the mansion will cover both its history and infamous ghost stories. Selma was built in 1794 by Andrew Porter, one of the first Marine captains, Pennsylvania Surveyor General, father of two governors and a Secretary of War, and great-grandfather of Mary Todd Lincoln. In its two hundred year history, the mansion was occupied by only two families, and some of those residents possibly never left.
Tours will be continuous. Come anytime. Tickets at the door only. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children aged 5-12. All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Active military and members of the Norristown Police and Fire Departments get free admission with ID. On-street parking. All proceeds will go toward the restoration and maintenance of Selma Mansion.
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
$5 Adults $3 Children
Norristown Preservation Society
Historic Selma Mansion
1301 W. Airy St.
Municipality of Norristown
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