Halloween at Wornall/Majors

Kid-Friendly Ghost Tours

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SELLING OUT FAST!

Friday, October 7
Alexander Majors House & Barn
Tours leave every 15 minutes from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Kick off your spooky season with our ghost tours for the whole family. Families will enjoy a ghost tour of the Alexander Majors House led by the museums’ junior volunteers. Participants will also make Halloween crafts, play games, and enjoy a thematic snack.

Cost: $10/child, adults free (cap of $30 per family)

Paranormal Investigations


Night of October 8, 15, 21, 22, and 28
Alexander Majors House
Two investigations per night – 10 p.m. and midnight

You won’t want to miss your chance to participate in a paranormal investigation of the Alexander Majors House, facilitated by professional investigators.

The Majors House is alleged to be one of the most haunted locales in Kansas City, even appearing in Haunted Places: The National Directory and featured on the Biography Channel’s “My Ghost Story”.

You’ll have access to the historic home for two hours, plus the guidance of investigators familiar with the house.

Ghost Tours (Adults Only)

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Friday, October 22 & 28
Alexander Majors House
Tours leave every 15 minutes from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

In 1928, the Alexander Majors House was neglected and abandoned. Majors’ great-granddaughter, Louisa Johnston purchased the home, moved in, and began the slow process of restoring the house that would consume the rest of her life. Many say that even after death, she refused to leave the house out of her protective care. Join us for an adults-only ghost tour of the Majors House, where we’ll uncover some of the legends that swirl around the museum and reveal a fascinating cast of characters.

Tickets include a cocktail or mocktail in a collectible cup. Guests must be 18 or older to attend.

Anatomy of a Haunted House

Tickets selling out fast!

Saturday, October 22
John Wornall House
Tours leave hourly from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Why do haunted houses always seem to be Victorian?

Part architectural tour, part exploration of the many ways to die during the Victorian era, this is the perfect tour for those who love spooky events but aren’t necessarily interested in ghost stories.

Historic Howl-o-Ween

Sunday, October 30
John Wornall House
2:00-3:00 p.m. Parade registration and dog-friendly activities
3:15-3:45 p.m. Dog parade

Bring your dog in their finest Halloween attire and participate in our dog costume parade (on-site registration required). All participants receive a doggy trick-or-treat bag and prizes will be awarded for Best CostumeMr./Miss Congeniality, and Best Historical Costume.

We will also have dog activities, vendors, and demonstrations to enjoy before the parade.

This is a FREE event! Pre-registrations appreciated, but not required. To register day-of, simply check in at the registration table between 2:00 and 3:00 p.m. The parade will begin at 3:15 and prizes announced shortly after.

Don’t have a dog? Any guests are welcome to join us and enjoy the parade!