photo courtesy of Barb Cerrito Cleveland Photographic Society
You are cordially invited to Mingle with the Spirits !
Farnam Manor Lantern Tours
The Trail to the Unknown
OPEN NOV. 1ST 6:30PM-9PM ALL SOULS DAY!
Doors open at 6:30pm with first tour starting at 7pm
Friday and Saturday the ticket office closes at 10pm. Please arrive before 10 to take a tour.
Buy tickets online, or cash only at the door
gates open 6:30pm Sunday Nov. 1 and you must arrive by 9 pm to take the tour.
Centuries ago, Halloween was a time to honor those who have passed on before us. There's a party going on, so put on your party hat and join us in a tribute to the Spirits of Farnam Manor! Family friendly lantern tours of the mysterious Manor are about 45 minutes in duration and start at the top of the hour. Your experience starts in the carriage house, built in 1840. Pick a hat-the hats are a signal to the Spirits that we are coming in as friends. Wear your own or borrow one of ours. Some hats are free with $10 donation so you can take it home with you! Farnam Manor emits a feeling of love, joy and positive energy. This is not your normal Halloween event! Some people have felt the presence of their own loved ones that have passed on! You just never know who we will encounter! Try your hand at dowsing rods, an ancient form of communicating with the Spirits.
Put on your hiking boots and prepare for adventure as you meander the Trail to the Unknown, a maze through the woods that was once the gardens of the Farnam Estate. You will be escorted to the trail after touring the Manor. It's up to you to find your way out. You can stay on the trail as long as you like. It's kind of like the path of life. You may take a few wrong turns, but if you follow the Light, you will find your way. Nothing fake, no blood and gore. Bring your cameras and gadgets!
Experience the history and mystery of the Farnam Estate!
All proceeds benefit the preservation of the historic Farnam Estate. Thanks for your contribution!
According to legend, many Spirits linger at the mysterious Farnam Estate. Everett Farnam built the Manor house for his bride in 1834. He said before he died that he would come back as a raven so he could soar over his land and listen to what men said of him. In 1858,his daughter, little Emily Farnam, fell into the cistern and drowned. It has been legend ever since that her playful spirit remains at Farnam Manor.
During the roaring '20's, Farnam Manor was an elegant club for aristocrats. Hear the legends of the Lady in White! From 1948 to 1972 the Manor was home of the Danish Smorgasbord. Who will you encounter? You might feel the presence of you own loved one. It is quite common to catch orbs in our pictures.
Objects move, strange sounds, the feeling of positive energy.
Some people felt a poke in the back or a tug on their clothes.
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