October 20th-23rd and October 27th-30th at 5:30 and 7 PM
$20 / General Admission. $15 / Members
This tour sells out fast! Reservations are required: Get tickets
On May 7, 1827, a notorious murder occurred at Cherry Hill that resulted in two sensational trials and Albany’s last public hanging. Come relive that night! Meet the historical players, walk in the footsteps of a murderer, and revel in harrowing titillation during this annual October event!
This tour is recommended for patrons 12 years and up.
- For the health & safety of our volunteers, staff & patrons:
- All attendees will be required to show proof of vaccination upon arrival. Proof of vaccination may include a CDC issued card or the NYS Excelsior Pass.
- Masks are required indoors for ALL visitors regardless of vaccination status, and whenever social distancing is not possible outdoors.
Reservations are required: Get tickets. Members should contact Historic Cherry Hill to register at the member rate.
Many thanks to Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area for sponsoring Murder Tours!