JUNIOR NIGHT INFO
2022 TICKET INFO
2022 SECOND BLOCK TICKETS UP FOR SALE
We have received numerous emails asking about tickets for next year. When we were only open 6 months, they went on sale January 1st, but we are open all year round now. Tickets for next year will be released in blocks. The first block (January, February, March, and April) are up for sale now. the second block (May through the end of August) will be for sale in February. We look forward to serving you next year. Hope to see you soon, good hunting!
the Waverly Hills Historical Society
CORONA VIRUS – COVID 19 STATEMENT
The Waverly Hills Historical Society values the health and safety of its customers, guests, staff, and volunteers. Due to concerns regarding the Corona Virus – Covid 19, the Delta variant, etc.
We believe, all that visit the Waverly Hills Sanatorium deserves an experience like no other, in a safe environment. We are following guidance from federal, state, and local agencies, including the CDC and other health organizations.
Here are the steps we are taking to protect our guests, staff, and volunteers:
Cleaning commonly used areas more often. Sanitizing restrooms and restocking with supplies, including soap, paper towels, and hand sanitizer. Adding hand sanitizer to common areas. Encouraging our staff and volunteers to monitor their health and well-being Requiring our staff and volunteers to stay home if they, or someone in their household, are sick.
In all that we do, as we strive to fulfill our mission of restoring the Waverly Hills Sanatorium and educating the community of the history of Waverly, we will always be guided by our values and commitment to the safety and well being of all customers, guests, staff and volunteers. We strive to make decisions that balance the safety of our staff and volunteers with our commitments to our customers and guests.
Welcome To Waverly
Waverly Hills Sanatorium is a beautiful example of early 20th century early Tudor Gothic Revival style architecture and a significant contributor to the Louisville, Ky community. It is listed on the National Historic Register and faced the threat of being torn down. During the building’s existence, it became known as one of the “most haunted places on earth.” The Waverly Hills Historical Society, a 501(C)3 non-profit organization, was formed to save the building and promote the education of its history, treatment, architectural significance, and impact it and tuberculosis on the local community. The WHHS now runs Tours and Investigations, plus special and seasonal events to raise funds to accomplish their goal.
We are always working on the building and grounds when we don’t have events, so the grounds are not accessible without a reservation.
Our opportunities to visit are:
- Public Tour & Investigation Season – All Year Round.
- Private Overnights – All Year Round.
- Halloween Events Fundraisers Oct 1-Oct 31. If applicable. Recent Pandemic changes means our events could change form but still be available in some compacity.
- Unaccompanied Minors are not allowed on tours. We have special tours and investigations for parents and minors. See the “Guidelines and Rules” page above.
- Private Tours for groups and events of 30 or more – Call Office
Other Special Events as announced