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A Haunting At Mill Hill

A Haunting At Mill Hill


A Haunting at Mill Hill!

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Haunting at Mill Hill Offers Ghoulish Glimpse of Norwalk’s Past

A Haunting at Mill Hill: True Stories That Haunt Connecticut


A Haunting at Mill Hill!

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As the sun sets, the spirits come out to play…

Take a lantern lit tour through the historic Mill Hill graveyard
stories of murder, death, and destruction!


In the case of inclement weather, the walk through the graveyard will be suspended but the spirits will tell their tales inside the Town House at Mill Hill


Among the crooked gravestones of Mill Hill, ghostly entities are waiting to share their true stories of death, murder, insanity and destruction.

A knife-wielding suicide victim and an insane pyromaniac from Silvermine are some of the ghosts you will encounter along the way.


At the end of your tour, enter the historic Haunted Maze… if you dare!

Created by local haunted house and special effects experts George Holomakoff and Greg Kling, bone-chilling surprises await in this new addition to an already frightening event!

Bring a flash light and a friend!


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Early Bird tickets through October 11, 2018

Adults/Teens: $18, Child (8-12): $15

Tickets after October 11, 2018

Adults/Teens: $20, Child (8-12): $18



Friday, October 12, 2018 & October 19, 2018 –  7:30pm & 9:00pm

Saturday, October 13, 2018 & October 20, 2018 –  6:00pm, 7:30pm & 9:00pm

Tours are approximately one hour

(Suitable for ages 8 and up)


In case of inclement weather, the graveyard walk will be suspended, but the spirits will tell their tales in the Town House at Mill Hill.

Sorry, No Refunds.


Mill Hill Historic Park

2 East Wall Street

Norwalk, CT


Light refreshments after each tour in the “Little Red Schoolhouse (1826)”

Net proceeds benefit the Norwalk Historical Society’s education and cultural programs

The Norwalk Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

For information: or 203-846-0525


Thank You to our 2018 sponsors!

Gold Level

Fairfield County Bank

Tuliptree Site Design

Silver Level

Crystal Theatre

Collins Funeral Homes

Bronze Level

Belden Avenue Pizza

Happy Daze Costumes

Head of the Harbor South

Sustainer Level

Costco – Norwalk

Steve’s Custom Ironworks

Stew Leonard’s

Trader Joe’s - Westport