Haunting house attractions and haunted houses are popping up across the globe, with a new addition to Paris’ urban landscape: Paris’ own Haunted House.
The Haunted House, a 10-story glass-and-steel structure that was constructed in 1888 and reopened in 1991, is a unique and impressive attraction that is set up inside a dilapidated building on the grounds of the French embassy in Washington, D.C. The haunted house is set to become a popular attraction in Paris’ historic district and has attracted a large number of tourists to enjoy the unique setting.
It has also attracted some serious crowds to the area.
But what’s more, visitors to the Haunted House can experience a bit of the creepy side of Paris.
The building itself is a massive glass- and steel structure, but its interior is actually just an eerie, haunted house that will take guests on an eerie ride through the history of Paris, including a creepy castle that was built in 1869 by a local architect.
The attraction will offer guests the chance to walk through the interior of the building, which will give them a glimpse into the mind of a person who built it.
The tour guide will also guide guests through the building’s dark history, with stories of how the hotel was once used as a storage facility and was eventually turned into a prison, as well as stories of the ghosts that inhabit the building.
There will be a “hidden story” of how it all began, as a young girl who lived in the building at the time of its construction, named Marie-Eve, claims she was abducted by the ghosts and held captive there for over a year.
A mysterious woman, who has the power to see the future, is able to summon the ghosts to help her protect the building and Marie-Esse claims she’s not a witch, and was actually a doctor who was able to save her from her captors.
The guide will then guide the guests to the dark, secret rooms of the Haunted Hotel, which is the home of a young woman named Marie Louise who has been kidnapped by the spirits of the hotel’s previous owner, who also happens to be a French citizen.
The room that the tour guide visits is actually the room that Marie-Louise was trapped in, but she has since escaped and is now looking for a new home.
In the Haunted Home, visitors will also be able to visit a haunted cemetery that was once a site of mass executions and torture by the British in the early 1900s.
The eerie atmosphere of the haunted house will give guests a taste of the experience of visiting the French capital’s old buildings, including the French Consulate in Washington and the House of Jacques, the home to one of the country’s most famous aristocrats.
Haunted House Tours: Paris and the Haunted City Tour guide: Aimee McNeill-Smith, Aimeé McNeill, Alyssa Schuyler, Alesa L. Lattanzi, Sarah J. McNeil, Laura M. K. Martin, Stephanie A. Schuylers, Stephanie R. Schutz, Rebecca L. Schmader, Susanne M. Hagerty, Sue B. Johnson, Tracey A. S. Schieber, Valerie M. L. Smith, and Laura A. Smith.
Tours are scheduled every Saturday, Sunday, and Monday at the Haunted Palace.
Tours begin at 9:00am, and are available at the hotel or the tour desk.
You can book by calling the Haunted Tour desk at 202-739-9011.
Tours include breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and include the option to book two or three additional tour packages.
Tours will be limited to a maximum of two people per visit, and reservations are recommended.
If you’d like to book a tour with your family, you can contact Aimees McNeill or Alyssah McNeill at the tour office at 202.739.9011 or via Facebook or Twitter.
Tours can also be arranged online at www.hauntedparis.com/paris or by calling 202.720.8181.
A guide will guide the visitors through the haunted hotel, as they will take a guided tour through the grounds.
The entire haunted house can be visited with the help of an attendant and guide.
There are also tour packages available at this website.
If there are not enough tour groups, you may also call the Haunted Tours Desk at 202 739.9411 to reserve a tour for you and your family.
There is also a guide for children aged 5 and under.
Tours take approximately two hours to complete, and you will receive a tour guide to guide you through the haunt.
A group of children under age 5 can also book a guided, family tour.
Tours last approximately 45 minutes, and the guide will assist with the rest of the visit.
All guests must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Tours may be