Murder & Mayhem Haunted Trolley Tour and Progressive Dinner

The Fort Smith Museum of History’s popluar “Murder and Mayhem Haunted Trolley Tour” event has expanded the thrill this year by including two of the most popular historic venue’s in the Belle Grove District, The Bonneville House and The Clayton House.

Together we will be offering a Haunted Trolley Tour & Progressive Dinner. The Trolley tour features haunted and gruesome stories from years past. We will begin the evening with complimentary Halloween treats, drinks and ghost stories along with a peek at haunted areas of the Fort Smith Museum of History. Judge and Mrs. Isaac C. Parker, portrayed by Floyd and Sue Robison, narrate the tour, which begins at the Fort Smith Museum of History on October 26th at 6:00pm.

As the trolley bus winds its way through the down town Fort Smith, it will stop at the Bonneville House for an elegant dinner and then continue on through the Belle Grove Historic District to make another stop at the Clayton House for an exquisite dessert. The Trolley will pass by other areas of the city for riders thrill to hear some gruesome historic facts and eerie local legends. Real haunted houses are pointed out and their dark secrets revealed. Murder stories are related along with the story of a bloody love triangle. The narrative is as colorful as Fort Smith’s past.

Reservations are required and available beginning September 15th. Call the Museum at 479-783-7841 for information and reservations.
Tickets may also be purchased online at the “donate” button and specify date and time requested. Progessive Dinner & Haunted Trolley Tour Tickets are $75.00 for adults 21yrs and older.