Halloween Festivals and Events

Haunted Fullerton  Walking Tours

October 9-31, 2019 , 6-8:30 p.m.

Tours last approx. 2 hours | Not recommended for under age 13 years

Fullerton Museum
301 N. Pomona Ave.
Fullerton, CA
$20, must reserve & pre-pay (714) 738-6545
$25  October 31
cityoffullerton.com

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Orange County's most haunted city has reports of something swinging on the chandeliers at Plummer Auditorium. Who is Lillian and why does she leave the light on? What spirit is whispering names at the Villa Del Sol? Space is limited. Call Fullerton Museum Center (714) 738-6545

Find out: Who's swinging on the chandeliers at Plummer Auditorium? Who is Lillian and why does she leave the light on? What spirit is whispering names at the Villa Del Sol? Space is limited so make your reservations early!

Plummer Auditorium, where the spirits of Louis E. Plummer and one known only as the angry woman are said to watch the shows presented there; the historic California Hotel, now Villa del Sol; and the home of Fullerton's first woman auto dealer. Even Fullerton's Police Department apparently is not without its own hauntings, and will be one of the locations visited on the tours. While most people enjoy a good ghostly yarn, the real draw of the tours is that participants learn about Fullerton's colorful history. Plan to walk approximately 1.5 miles, and the tours will include climbing stairs. Participants should wear comfortable walking shoes and bring a sense of humor with them. The tour is not recommended for children under 13.

Haunted Tours Offer Spirited Look into Fullerton. A hauntingly good time is in the offing when the Fullerton Museum Center's popular "Haunted Fullerton Walking Tours" return. Due to popularity, the tours book up fast, and persons interested in participating are strongly advised to get their registrations in early. Known throughout the state as Orange County's Most Haunted City, locations may include the landmark Plummer Auditorium, where the spirits of Louis E. Plummer and one known only as the angry woman are said to watch the shows presented there; the historic California Hotel, now Villa del Sol; and the home of Fullerton's first woman auto dealer. Even Fullerton's Police Department apparently is not without its own reported hauntings.

The Fullerton Museum Center is located at 301 N. Pomona Ave., one block east of Harbor Boulevard, in downtown Fullerton.

Events are not guaranteed. It is your responsibility to confirm before going.


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