Go ghost hunting year round with the Fullerton Museum Center!
The popular Haunted Fullerton Walking Tours are now being offered every month under the light of the full moon. Visit downtown’s haunted locations and hear real life stories of the paranormal from eyewitnesses.
Due to popularity, the tours book up fast, and people interested in participating are strongly advised to get their registrations in early. All tours will be preceded by a meet and greet from 5:30 - 6:00 p.m. with members of North Orange County Paranormal Society in the museum classroom. Ghost hunters are invited to learn about the latest advances in paranormal research and see how researchers confirm or debunk; claims of paranormal activity.
Locations to be visited can vary and 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.
While most people enjoy a good ghostly yarn, the real draw of the tour is that participants learn about Fullerton's colorful history.
The tours are a celebration of local legend-- sharing stories of another facet of Fullerton's history, particularly that of the downtown.
The tours leave the museum promptly at 6:00 p.m., and last approximately two and one-half hours. "Ghost hunters” should be prepared 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.
Space is limited and prepaid reservations are required.
Call the Fullerton Museum Center at (714) 738-6545
Reservations and further information may be obtained by calling the Fullerton Museum Center at (714) 738-6545. Persons requiring special accommodations to participate in the tour are asked to notify the museum staff when making reservations.
The Fullerton Museum Center is located at 301 N. Pomona Ave., one block east of Harbor Boulevard, in downtown Fullerton.