Wornall Majors House Museums

Events

Oct
25
Fri
Wornall House Ghost Tours @ John Wornall House
Oct 25 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Ghost Tours front page imageJohn Wornall’s wife Eliza saw the construction of the Wornall House, witnessed its use as a field hospital during the Battle of Westport, suffered the deaths of her father and five of her children, and watched her city, country and home be torn apart during the Civil War. Dying shortly after the war, her spirit lives on in the Wornall House as one of the most commonly seen unearthly residents of the museum.

Our one-hour Ghost Tours take you into the life (and death) of Eliza Wornall, touching on stories of ghostly sightings as well as historical Victorian beliefs when it came to death and spirituality. You’ll quickly understand why the Wornall House rightfully holds the reputation of being one of the most haunted locations in Kansas City.

Tickets $20 general public/$15 WMHM members

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Wornall House Paranormal Investigations @ John Wornall House
Oct 25 @ 10:00 pm – Oct 26 @ 12:15 am

paranormal

Have you ever wanted to hunt for your own ghosts, just like your favorite paranormal show? Now is your chance to explore the Wornall House (6115 Wornall Rd.) after hours with professional paranormal investigators. Investigators will familiarize you with the Wornall House history, the spirits said to remain, and ghost hunting gear to help you do your own investigation.

Friday, October 18 Investigations: 10PM-midnight, 12:15-2:15AM
Saturday, October 19 Investigations: 10PM-midnight, 12:15-2:15AM
Friday, October 20 Investigations: 10PM-midnight, 12:15-2:15AM
Saturday, October 21 Investigations: 10PM-midnight, 12:15-2:15AM

Tickets are $50 per person. All groups are limited in size for the best, most intimate experience.
Investigations will be led by the Haunted Howards (Fridays) and Mystic Moms Paranormal (Saturdays).

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Oct
26
Sat
Wornall House Ghost Tours @ John Wornall House
Oct 26 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Ghost Tours front page imageJohn Wornall’s wife Eliza saw the construction of the Wornall House, witnessed its use as a field hospital during the Battle of Westport, suffered the deaths of her father and five of her children, and watched her city, country and home be torn apart during the Civil War. Dying shortly after the war, her spirit lives on in the Wornall House as one of the most commonly seen unearthly residents of the museum.

Our one-hour Ghost Tours take you into the life (and death) of Eliza Wornall, touching on stories of ghostly sightings as well as historical Victorian beliefs when it came to death and spirituality. You’ll quickly understand why the Wornall House rightfully holds the reputation of being one of the most haunted locations in Kansas City.

Tickets $20 general public/$15 WMHM members

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Wornall House Paranormal Investigations @ John Wornall House
Oct 26 @ 10:00 pm – Oct 27 @ 2:15 am

paranormal

Have you ever wanted to hunt for your own ghosts, just like your favorite paranormal show? Now is your chance to explore the Wornall House (6115 Wornall Rd.) after hours with professional paranormal investigators. Investigators will familiarize you with the Wornall House history, the spirits said to remain, and ghost hunting gear to help you do your own investigation.

Friday, October 18 Investigations: 10PM-midnight, 12:15-2:15AM
Saturday, October 19 Investigations: 10PM-midnight, 12:15-2:15AM
Friday, October 20 Investigations: 10PM-midnight, 12:15-2:15AM
Saturday, October 21 Investigations: 10PM-midnight, 12:15-2:15AM

Tickets are $50 per person. All groups are limited in size for the best, most intimate experience.
Investigations will be led by the Haunted Howards (Fridays) and Mystic Moms Paranormal (Saturdays).

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The John Wornall House

6115 Wornall Road
Kansas City, MO. 64113

816.444.1858

The Alexander Majors House & Barn

8201 State Line Road
Kansas City, MO. 64114

816.444.1858

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