Vintage Voices Living History Tour

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The Alton Cemetery comes alive as actors in period dress introduce tour goers to captivating characters from Alton's past.

Vintage Voices Living History Tour

Phone : (618) 465-7774   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : (618) 465-7782

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Additional Notes : Admission Price(s): $12 Adults - $6 Children 6-12yrs. Free to children 5 & under. Groups with 10 or more $10 per person. Hours of Operation: Sat. 1pm-3pm


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