Octagon House Museum • Hudson Wisconsin

Victorian Superstitions and Ghost Stories Tour

The St. Croix County Historical Society will delve into the supernatural with a new Victorian Superstitions and Ghost Stories Tour at the Octagon House Museum. Set for Thursday, October 22nd and Friday, October 23 from 7 to 9:15 pm, this tour offers a glimpse into Victorian superstitions and customs surrounding death.

After the museum tour, step onto the Hudson Trolley to experience the darker side of our city as a collection of mysterious stories, from our local residents, are transcribed for this haunted tour. Is Hudson WI haunted? Have you met the Ghost of Hudson? Would you like to? Maybe or maybe not! New stories will be told.

The tour cost is $50 per person and is non-refundable.  This tour is intended for adults (18+).

Reservations are required.  Reserve your space now by contacting the Octagon House Museum at 715-386-2654 or asstdirector@stcroixcountyhistorical.org.  Reserve your spot now—SPACE IS VERY LIMITED!

Octagon House Museum

The St. Croix County Historical Society maintains the Octagon House Museum complex, which is open for guided tours May through October & December. In addition to the gracious eight-sided house with Victorian era furnishings, the complex includes the Garden House with its 19th century life, domestic arts, carpenter, blacksmith, and general store tableaux; and the Carriage House, which includes the Museum Gift Shop and research center. All structures are set amid expansive, beautifully maintained gardens.

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