Every City has its secrets...
Marysville is no different.
THE LEGENDS OF MARYSVILLE
Presented by the Marysville Art League, The Legends of Marysville seeks to uncover the mysteries, legends, and lore of the Shaded City. This family-friendly event leads attendees on a journey of mystery and the supernatural as special characters return from the past to recount spooky tales about Marysville's past in one of the community’s most spirited homes!
The 2021 event will not include the traditional walking tour. Instead, guests will be invited into the historic Houston House for an evening of supernatural storytelling. Ticket purchase includes refreshments, appetizers, and desserts. Adults 21 and over will be able to sample delicious wines from Dalton Union Winery.
What better way to experience Marysville's history than to come face to face with a spirit from the past?
TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT AS OF 10/18/21
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Saturday, October 23, 2021
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
40 tickets are available.
Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tickets must be purchased online for $5 per person (plus credit card fee).
Tickets are not required for children younger than 13. However, all children must be accompanied by an adult.
It is not necessary to bring printed tickets to the tours.
There are no refunds.
The Legends of Marysville are rated PG-13 due to spooky subject matter. Parents/guardians may bring young children at their own discretion.
WHERE TO GO
The Legends of Marysville will be held at the Marysville Art League/Houston House, 264 West Fifth Street, Marysville, OH 43040.
Many of the tales presented during the tours have been researched and are historically accurate. However, others have been created for entertainment purposes. Following the event, attendees will be provided the opportunity to learn which tales are historically accurate and which tales are fiction.
The Legends of Marysville offers a "tongue-in-cheek" and family-friendly representation of tales, legends, and lore. The tour may involve spooky content, but they are not scary. There is no "blood and gore" present during the event.