Ghost Walks

at Winterberry Farm

The Haunted Tiffin Ghost Walk, in its fifth season, is partnering with Winterberry Farm to take participants on an exciting adventure that combine history with the paranormal. 


Winterberry Farm is a picturesque step back in time that includes pre-1850 structures and was home to some of the most prominent, early white settlers. In addition, it sits just across the river from what was the Seneca Reservation prior to 1831.


“This is probably one of the most pure, historic sites in all of Seneca County,” says Ghost Walk Founder, author/historian Lisa Swickard.


“We specialize in fascinating history you didn’t learn in school. Winterberry Farm was on the cutting edge of so much that happened in this area when Seneca County was in its infancy. Our team is thrilled to be a part of such an important venue.”

All proceeds from these informative, fun-filled events go toward restoration efforts at Winterberry Farm


Reservations are required as there is limited space for each Ghost Walk.


Dates for the Winterberry Walks are

Saturday, October 19  --  4 p.m. 

Sunday, October 20  --  4 p.m.

Tickets are $20 per person

We are also pleased to offer walks on two special days...


Friday, November 1 ~ All Saints' Day, also known as All Hallows' Day, Hallowmas,

the Feast of All Saints, or Solemnity of All Saints


Saturday, November 2 ~ All Souls’ Day, known in some cultures as The Day of the Dead, dedicated to prayers for the dead.

These two special walks will include light refreshments, a contemplation fire, and a personalized commemoration ceremony to honor deceased loved ones and those who have gone before us.

Tickets for these walks are $25 per person

No one under 13 admitted. To register, please e-mail Winterberry Farm at info@Winterberry.Farm and list the names of people in your party.

2723 N State Route 53

Tiffin, OH 44883

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