Fairhaven Cemetery Tour

Experience the beauty of this iconic memorial park and mausoleum on our after dark lantern-light history tour. 


$24 per person

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Meeting Location

Fairhaven Memorial Park
1702 Fairhaven Ave. Santa Ana, CA

Tour meets in front of the administrative offices located to the left just inside the main entrance. 


Ample free parking is available in the visitor's parking lot located near the entrance off Fairhaven Ave.

Start Time & Duration

Tours begin promptly at the advertised start time and run approximately 90 minutes.

Please allow extra time for unforeseen heavy traffic or parking delays. We are not responsible for late arrivals or guest who show up at the wrong tour departure location. 

Important Info

Under no circumstances are tickets refundable or transferable to other dates.

Restrooms are not readily available once the tour begins. 
We do not permit smoking or vaping on our tours. Guests who arrive under the influence or become disruptive will not be allowed to tour. 

An After-Dark Lamplight Tour

Nestled in between bustling streets and on the border of two historic communities, Fairhaven Memorial Park has been serving the public for over 100 years. Started in 1911 by Oliver L. Halsell. He wanted to break away from the traditional cemetery and provide a lush and beautiful park-like setting in which visitors could come and commune with their deceased loved ones.  Join Charles Spratley, guide and historian for Haunted Orange County as he takes you on a nighttime tour via lantern light while you visit some of Fairhaven’s more famous permanent residents. You’ll learn about the architecture of their prominent buildings as well as the symbolism that can be found on many of the grave markers. You’ll also experience a rare candlelight walk-through the historic mausoleum. Join us on the Fairhaven Cemetery Tour for an unforgettable evening into the past as we visit those who made Orange County what it is today.

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Until further notice, city walking tours will be limited to 20 guests and face masks are mandatory. Our new Kellogg House tour will resume once museum properties all allowed to reopen.