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Stroll through the home of the White Witch and listen to stories of her sordid past as your guide leads you by candlelight through the Rose Hall Great House, a mansion built in the 1700s.
Visit the magnificent Rose Hall Great House sitting high on a hill overlooking the vast grounds. Built in 1770 by John Palmer, the house was calm until 1820 when it was occupied by John’s nephew and his feisty English wife, Annee. Unbeknownst to her husband, Annee possessed “black magic” powers that ultimately led to his death as well as the demise of 2 more husbands and countless lovers.
Hear the chilling stories of love, murder, and mystery surrounding the White Witch from your knowledgeable guide as you tour the house by candlelight. Admire the beautifully restored home brimming with antiques and decor from the 1800s. Then end your haunting excursion in the dungeon, now transformed into a tavern, and wash away the evil spirits with a glass of liquid spirits.
|Entry Fee (Adults)||Entry Fee (Kids 5-12)||Transportation Cost|
|$20.00||$10.00||$80.00 for 1-4 persons, $10 for each additional person.|