Horror in the City of Brotherly Love
Poe's Weird Tour of
Philadelphia, PA
215-413-7000
poe@weirdtour.com
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215-413-7000
Edgar Allan Poe, master of the macabre, died a mysterious
and controversial death, a story of desperation, love,
insanity and maybe even murder.

Retrace Poe's final days in Philadelphia and take a closer
look at the greatest detective story ever
lived!  Follow his
trail through Old City, Society Hill and Fairmount Park and
investigate the mysteries of his death.

Is there a Philadelphia connection?
You decide!
Follow the Raven:
Retrace Poe's path in a Victorian style
trolley and discover the weird side of
Philly's history!

Poe's Weird Tour takes you through
Independence National Park in Old
City, Society Hill, and Fairmount Park
for an evening adventure filled with
interactive storytelling and sightseeing
off the beaten path!
Celebrate Poe's 200th birthday and
his Philadelphia legacy! The most
influential writer America has ever
produced lived in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, for six years and found
his way back shortly before he died.

Experience Poe's last days --- his
successes and failures, his personal
and professional battles. Who were
his friends? Who were his enemies?
Who fought for him, and who
double-crossed him?
Schedule:
Private tours available day or night.
Call 215-413-7000.
Public tour schedule to be announced.
Reservations Required:
Call 215-413-7000 or email
poe@weirdtour.com
Tickets:
$25/adults
$15/ages 4-12
Click here to purchase tickets online.
Group & Private Tours:
Special rates available for group and
student tours. Call 215-413-7000 or
email
poe@weirdtour.com for
information.
Contact us:
215-413-7000
poe@weirdtour.com
Haunted Philadelphia:
This Halloween, follow Poe's ghost
through the haunted streets and
scary places of Philadelphia. An eerie
adventure of Gothic proportions!

Stay tuned for details...
Visit the Fairmount Waterworks
on the Schuylkill River.
Discover the legends of the Quaker
City's historic landmarks.
A portrait at the Poe House site on 7th
Street, now a tourist attraction and
part of the National Park.
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