Get your Trolley of Terror tickets

Photo showing candle light tour of the Monteith House during the Trolley of Terror in Albany, Oregon

Back by popular demand, the Monteith Society is once again hosting a fun and spooky historical experience this October: a candlelit tour of the Monteith House Museum and ride on the 2019 Trolley of Terror; sponsored by the Monteith Historical Society.

Climb aboard the vintage spookily decorated trolley and hear stories from Albany’s past as you ride through the Historic District’s “haunted” places. Don’t miss this opportunity to get the inside story on Albany’s historic haunted homes and businesses. Tours begin at 6pm, 7pm, 8pm and 9pm on October 18th,19th, 25th and 26th.

Ticket info

The Trolley of Terror sells out every year almost a month ahead so be ready to pounce on your preferred date. Telephone AVA, beginning Thursday, September 19th, at 541-928-0911 or stop by our office Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (110 3rd Ave SE) and pay for your tickets in person. Only pre-paid tickets will hold your reservation. You can securely pay over the phone with us using a credit or debit card. We use PayPal to process payment.

Ticket pricing Adults, $12. Children 12 and under, $6.

VIP Gost Hunt

And for the adults only, don’t forget to ask about the VIP Ghost Hunt. Very limited availability, super popular. This is where you get to follow professional “ghostbusters” as they set up their equipment at Monteith House during the witching hours of the night!

Ticket pricing Adults, $55. There are no discounts for children as this may not be appropriate for most kids. It requires staying up late (past midnight), hunting ghosts, discussion on hauntings and over a four-hour activity.

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