City of Rochester Ghost Tour

The Spookiest places in Rochester. Part driving and part driving, this tour is for the brave of heart. Pairs best with a cup of tea and dusk

City of Rochester Ghost Tour

Rochester, New York 14620, United States

Created By: Nazareth College

Tour Information

A part walking, part driving tour of Rochester using word-of-mouth history to create a culture of shared public history in the city of Rochester.

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What You'll See on the Tour

Originally a masonic lodge, the theatre was first built in 1928, with a Masonic Temple Complex still attached. The building itself has been preserved as to look as original as possible. This isn't the only original aspect of the building...... Read more
From one venue to the next, feel free to make your way over to the Rochester Main Street Armory for more haunted Rochester goodness! The Main Street Armory is a staple of the Rochester punk scene, as well as the location of multiple festiva... Read more
Anyone who lives in Western New York has heard the legends of entrepeneur and philanthropist George Eastman. The George Eastman Mansion is now a historic site and infamous museum with thousands of visitors a year. It's home to an eclectic a... Read more
Finished having coffee with Mr. Eastman? Great! Let's do some studying. Drive, bike, or if you're really into fitness, walk your way to the other side of downtown to check out one of Rocheser' greatest draws- the U of R. Go Yellowjackets! T... Read more
Ready for the most haunted space in Rochester? Buckle up and let's get ready for our second library in a row! The spirits that haunt the stacks here stay within library code and remain fairly quiet...when the lights are on.  A young woman... Read more
Originally the Monroe County Insane Asylum, the Rochester Psychatric Center has gone through a lot of changes since it's 1857 construction.  Word of mouth stories circulate that involve forced electroshock and lobotomies on patients of the... Read more
We'll end our tour in the most typical of haunted places, and the final resting place of many famous Rochester historic figures. The cemetary was created as a resting place for those lost to a massive outbreak of Cholera in 1838. However, e... Read more


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