Waverly Hills is giving back with a really unique fundraiser that gets you into Waverly for free with a toy donation.

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Haunted Waverly Hills

Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville, Kentucky is known for being extremely haunted. It has been said that a lot of paranormal activity takes place at the old sanatorium.   Part of the reason for this reputation has to do with Waverly's history. The numbers vary, but it's said that thousands died at Waverly Hills Sanatorium.


Originally Waverly Hills opened as a tuberculosis hospital.  After the tuberculosis epidemic was over, it was turned into a geriatric medical facility.  In 1981 Waverly Hills closed its doors.  Now the Waverly Hills Historical Society works hard to help preserve the historic landmark, and by utilizing the building's creepy history to host tours all year long.


Free Admission Day to Waverly Hills

Waverly Hills Sanatorium is hosting a really cool fundraising event on December 10th.  From 4 to 9 on December 10th Waverly Hills Sanatorium is hosting a toy drive for the Kids Cancer Alliance which is a Louisville-based non-profit with a mission to enhance the quality of life for children with cancer and their families.

Help us Celebrate Christmas by coming to our Free Admission Day and giving a Toy or Gift Card to a child. We are supporting Kids Cancer Alliance for 2022.
Reservations are required.

You can tour Waverly Hills for free with the donation of a new toy.  They also will be accepting gift cards valued at $25 or more for free admission as well.

Here is what Eventbrite has to say about Free Admission Day:

December 10, 2022 4pm-9pm, Waverly Hills is offering tours of the facility in exchange for a NEW toy or gift card valued at $25 (per person, regardless of age).

You can reserve your free spot, here. 

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