Tonawanda News — “I think that’s a really great deal for people,” Hahn said. “Any weekend that you want, you can explore a different community” in Western New York.
For exact times and details of the Preservation Buffalo Niagara tours, visit www.p-b-n.org, or call 852-3300.
Heading into the fall tour season, the Haunted History Ghost Walks provide more thrills for those looking to add a little something eerie to their history lesson.
The tour group, founded by Western New York ghost aficionado Mason Winfield, features Lewiston among its regular tour stops.
The Lewiston tour meets 7 p.m. every Friday from mid-September through October at the Peace Garden at 476 Center Street. The tour features stories of a former funeral parlor, a little girl ghost apparition and spooky stories from the War of 1812.
More information on the Haunted History Ghost Walks tour group, visit www.hauntedhistoryghostwalks.com.
The Marble Orchard Living History Walking Tour group also does haunted tours in the fall with a cast of costumed characters to provide a spooky setting.
Contact Sunday Lifestyle editor Danielle Haynes at 693-1000, ext. 4116 or follow her on Twitter at @DanielleHaynes1.Contact Sunday Lifestyle editor Danielle Haynes at 693-1000, ext. 4116 or follow her on Twitter at @DanielleHaynes1.