I am posting part of an email that I received from The Fitzpatrick Hotel in Washington, GA.

“Weekend Special — October 4th and 5th, 2013
Spend a delightful weekend with a stay at the Fitzpatrick Hotel and experience the outdoor cemetery drama, “Resthaven Revisited”.

For a limited time, book a Standard room* at the Fitzpatrick Hotel on October 4th and/or 5th for $115.00 and receive 2 tickets to “Resthaven Revisited” on Saturday evening October 5th.

“Resthaven Revisited” takes place in the historic Resthaven Cemetery and gives you the opportunity to meet some of its most famous residents. Their dramatic tales will haunt you for a LIFEtime! Performances begin every 20 minutes from 6-9 pm. Transportation to and from the cemetery will be provided at no charge by the Washington Pilot Club. Guests may also go directly to the cemetery if desired.”

The Fitzpatrick Hotel - Washington, GA
The Fitzpatrick Hotel – Washington, GA

The Fitzpatrick Hotel is located in historic downtown Washington, GA in walking distance to the Robert Toombs House. One of the best things you can do is eat dinner at Talk of the Town and then stroll around the neighborhood.

There are so many antebellum homes out there! Can you see the ghost in the upstairs window?
Washington is one of the few towns in Georgia that actually has Revolutionary War and Civil War History. What’s more, Washington, GA is the last place the Confederate Gold Treasury was seen. Somewhere around $450,000 in silver and gold coins went missing during a train robbery. Callaway Plantation is nearby, and is allegedly the sight of many Confederate ghostly spirit guests. They certainly have some authentic props around the house. Check out the hair art and the coffins. Yikes!

Callaway Plantation - Washington, GA

Callaway Plantation – Washington, GA




The Mary Willis Library is gorgeous! They even have one of the original Confederate Treasury chests on display.

Mary Willis Library - Washington, GA

Mary Willis Library – Washington, GA

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