Scotchtown CPRI Reveal

Aug 22, 2020

7:00 pm — 7:45 pm

8:00 pm — 8:45 pm

9:00 pm — 9:45 pm

16120 Chiswell Lane
Beaverdam, VA 23015

On Saturday, August 22nd The Center for Paranormal Research and Investigation (CPRI) will present The Scotchtown Reveal for you to judge for yourselves if Scotchtown is haunted.  CPRI- a TAPS research group – has been gathering data and are ready to share their findings.
Timed tickets available for August 22nd at:
7:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
9:00 p.m.
Contact Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown at (804) 227-3500 or to reserve your space for the 7pm, 8pm or 9pm program in our outdoor pavilion.
Seating is limited and tickets are expected to sell quickly so don’t wait!
Tickets are $12/person or $60 for a group with 6 guests or less.

For the health and safety of our guests, we’re taking the following precautions as part of re-opening:

Our pledge to you–

  • We will continuously clean bathroom fixtures, doorknobs and other highly touched surfaces multiple times throughout the day with a deep clean at the close of business.

  • All of our staff will wear masks and are trained on appropriate cleaning, hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette.

  • All of our staff will maintain physical distancing (6 feet) while conducting tours and collecting admissions. Where possible, we have placed reminders to help you maintain that distance.

  • Each day, all Preservation Virginia staff members will be required to pass a wellness check. Anyone that is sick or exhibiting systems will not be allowed to work that day.

  • Hand sanitizer will be located throughout the building for guest and staff use.

  • We will limit the size of groups to maintain physical distancing on interior tours.

  • Wherever possible doors will remain open to alleviate the necessity of touching.

  • Our guidelines do not supersede any directives issued by government entities and will be continuously evaluated and amended as we receive further guidance from the CDC and other agencies.

Your pledge to us–

  • You will practice the Virginia mandated physical distancing guidelines that have been put into place to protect you, our staff and other guests.  This includes maintaining 6 feet of distance and wearing masks are required for interior access, including the museum shop, shuttles and restroom facilities and are recommended outdoors.

  • You will register for tours in advance and use “no touch payment” when possible.

  • You will refrain from bringing food, water or other items on to the site. If you do, please “leave no trace” and take your trash with you to help protect others from possible exposure to infection.

  • If you have been exposed to COVID-19, feel sick or have a fever, please stay home, and we look forward to seeing you when you are well.