Historic Granville will have their annual Ghost Walk with the theme “Haunted Waters: Ghosts in a Riverboat Town” on October 20 and 21st from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Make reservations for an evening of chilling adventures on the banks of the Cordell Hull Lake.
The beauty of the water is matched only by the haunting mystery of what lies at the bottom of the lake. From an encounter with a legend of riverboat haunting to the shrieking horror
of eerie “Ghost and Poltergeist of Pioneer Village”, prepare to be entertained. The restless spirits of the bodies covered by water drift through the street and tell of the secrets of the rising waters. The Granville Ghost Walk is a blend of history, folklore, scary surprises, eyewitness interviews, and creative storytelling.
Free parking will be available at the Granville Event Center off Hwy 53. Check in and a Tour Guide will lead each group from the Event Center every 30 minutes between 6:00 pm and 7:30 pm. A light fall supper will be available for an additional cost before your tour time begins. When your tour is complete, guests will be able to enjoy a traditional hayride back to their vehicle.
Advance tickets are $10.00 per person; tickets purchased at the event are $12.00. Purchase your tickets online and choose the time that you'd like to begin your tour. Tour groups will be small, and the time assigned will be based on availability. Call 931-653-4151 or make reservations online at www.granvilletn.com.
Granville is celebrating the Scarecrow & Artisans Festival the entire month of October on Wednesday through Friday 11:00 to 3:00 p.m. and Saturday 11:00 to 5:00 p.m. Scarecrows and fall decorations will amaze and delight you. Artisans in Pioneer Village each day demonstrating their crafts of days gone by. Don't let the fall season pass without a visit to Historic Granville.