The Oldest Hotel In Massachusetts Is Also One Of The Most Haunted Places You’ll Ever Sleep
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Does your idea of a good night’s sleep involve things that go bump in the night? Then the oldest hotel in Massachusetts is the place for you. Here’s what it’s like to stay at the beautiful (but totally haunted) Omni Parker House. We should warn you, though, that it’s rumored to be one of the most haunted hotels in Boston.
Have you ever stayed at the haunted Omni Parker House hotel in Massachusetts? Did its haunted history grab you? If so, we’d love to hear about your experiences — haunted or otherwise! You can find the Omni Parker House at 60 School St., Boston, Mass. Check out the hotel’s website to book your stay and learn more about the hotel. If you can’t get enough of things that go bump in the night you can book an evening at the Hawthorne, an almost equally frightening haunted hotel near Boston.
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Are there any other haunted hotels in Massachusetts?
Massachusetts is one of the oldest states in the nation, and it likely won't surprise you to hear that this state has its fair share of haunted attractions, many of which are hotels and inns. Some of the most haunted accommodations in Massachusetts include the Hawthorne Hotel in Salem, the Lizzie Borden House in Fall River, the Colonial Inn in Concord, Longfellow's Wayside Inn in Sudbury, the Beechwood Inn in Barnstable, the Salem Inn in Salem, the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Pittsfield, Seven Hills Inn in Lenox, and Bucksteep Manor in Washington. Have you ever stayed the night in any of these notoriously haunted hotels in Massachusetts?
What are the most haunted attractions in Massachusetts?
For those with an interest in all things spooky and paranormal, Massachusetts won't disappoint. It's here that you'll find countless haunted hotels, abandoned mansions, restaurants, hospitals, and more that will make you think twice before visiting alone -- or after dark. There are so many haunted attractions in Massachusetts, in fact, that we put together a road trip that will take you to the most notorious of them. So if you're looking for an experience that can only be described as harrowing, we'd suggest visiting any of the following places: USS Salem in Quincy, Dogtown in Gloucester, Danvers State Hospital in Danvers, SK Pierce Mansion in Gardner, the Hoosac Tunnel in North Adams, the Belchertown State School in Belchertown, Spider Gates Cemetery in Leicester, Freetown Fall River State Forest, and, as mentioned above, the Lizzie Borden House. You can check out the full itinerary of our haunted places in Massachusetts road trip.