Ghosts of Christmas Past

Milwaukee’s Ghosts of Christmas Past Ghost Walk


$12 per person




1 hours


1.5 miles

illustrated crows

Winter Ghost Walks in Milwaukee

Tour Milwaukee in the winter and hear the spooky stories of the city. Learn why the Pfister Hotel is as notorious with Major League Baseball players as it is with paranormal investigators, why your eyes might be drawn upward when visiting City Hall, which bar has a 121-year-old mummified cat as a mascot, and the identity of the ghost that might be sitting next to you at the Pabst Theater, among other stories.

This tour is great if you love ghost stories and perfect if you have tickets to The Rep’s 7:30 p.m. performance of A Christmas Carol at the Pabst (the tour arrives at the Pabst half an hour before show time—please note this tour does not include entrance to the performance and is not affiliated with The Rep or Pabst Theater).

This is an outdoor walking tour, so please check the weather before coming. The tour runs in cold temperatures and light rain. Please wear walking shoes and dress appropriately for walking around outside.

Customer reviews

TripAdvisor Review

So much fun. Rita was great. Highly recommend this tour. Very interesting. Walk a lot but worth it. Fun to do at night!
~Jan M.

TripAdvisor Review

Went on the walking tour with Rita as our guide. She was amazing at her job. She dressed the part and had an amazing story telling voice! All of the stories told and the places seem we’re amazing and made me want to go home and look deeper into them. I highly recommend!
~Heather A.

TripAdvisor Review

Fascinating stories were super interesting. Learned quite a bit. We were on the 9:30 pm tour and it was great! Rita was our guide and did a fabulous job!
~Patti N.

Ghosts of Christmas Past Ghost Walk meeting location:
The Ghosts of Christmas Past tour meets at the corner of Water and Wells streets right in front of the Pabst Theater.

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