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Seattle Ghost & vampire tours

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Seattle: City Terrors and Ghosts Guided Walking Tour

1. Seattle: City Terrors and Ghosts Guided Walking Tour

Dive deep into Seattle’s past to discover why these ghosts still walk their specific haunts. Expect to be spooked, fascinated, and entertained - all at once. Meet some of Seattle’s most infamous ghosts. Listen to the ghost stories that are based on extensive research and on real, verified ghost sightings. Whether you’re in town for vacation, traveling on business, or you live in Seattle and want a fun and surprising night on the town.

Pike Place Market Haunted Happy Hour Tour

2. Pike Place Market Haunted Happy Hour Tour

Learn about Pike Place Markets spooky side on this ghost booze tour. Follow a guide on a walk thru the market, including sites such as the ghosts in the down under, an Irish Pub in the first mortuary, and dark hallways, all while listening to ghost lore. This tour is a fun introduction to the market and its spirits history. Speaking of spirits, your guide will be buying you some along the way. Join us on a 2-hour tour of some of the most haunted bars in Pike Place Market. You’ll hear tales about the dead that haven’t quite moved on, visit some of the most haunted places in the market, and get to know the spirits that haunt the locals…and the places that the locals haunt. So, raise your glasses high and toast to the ghosts of the market. This is a walking tour of about 1/2 a mile. The market dates back, so the sidewalks and roads can be dangerous to walk, crawl or run on at night. This is not recommended for anyone with mobility issues or highly intoxicated adults that can’t navigate the perils of the old sidewalks, stairs, hills and cobblestoned streets. Guests must be 21 and up to attend. The tour will go on if it is rainy.

Seattle: Haunted Landmarks Walking Tour

3. Seattle: Haunted Landmarks Walking Tour

Get to know the phantoms who inhabit the waterfront and other iconic sites with a chilling guided stroll through Seattle's spookiest locations. Listen to stories of the city's past, with light-hearted and scary tales alike. Explore the dark corners of the piers, as well as some haunted cafes. Begin your adventure at The Gum Wall for a journey through history, before making your way to Pier 57, where you'll see the oldest functioning carousel in all of North America. Hear about the little boy who loved the carousel so much that he decided to stay there forever. Continue on to Pier 55 to discover how Seattle was built over Native American burial grounds. Learn about the Suquamish and Duwamish tribes, and the project that could potentially disturb their human remains and burial sites. Stop at Ye Olde Curiosity Shop, with the most unique oddities in all of Seattle. Discuss the paranormal energies that were stirred up once renovations began. Up next, visit Ivar's Acres of Clams to get to know the spirits of Ivar and his mother, who were subjected to fasting treatments. Explore the tragic tale of a long-lost romance at Pier 50, and the not-so-sweet origins of Caffe D'arte, where several ghosts have decided to take up residence. Pay a visit to the dark J&M Cafe, the oldest bar in Seattle. Finally, head over to Luigi's, the place where local ghosts go to dine.

Seattle: Adults Only Guided Ghost Tour at Night

4. Seattle: Adults Only Guided Ghost Tour at Night

Leave the kids behind and delve into Seattle's macabre haunted history on an adults-only ghost tour. Learn about the city's seedier ghosts, whose hauntings are on the darker side. Your tour begins at The London Plane Cafe. You'll then head over to Occidental Square. From here, head to the J and M Café, a historic hangout considered to be the oldest bar in all of Seattle. Listen to stories about the "Wide Open Days", a time when gambling was tolerated due to a lack of authority in the city. Then, continue to Luigi's to discover the place where the ghosts of Seattle go to dine. See the haunted Cadillac Hotel and visit the Memorial to Fallen Firefighters to hear about the most destructive fire in the city's history. Head to Merchant's Cafe and Saloon, one of the oldest restaurants still operating from its original location, and let your guide tell you about the ghosts that haunt the building. Finally, stop by the oldest skyscraper in Seattle, Smith Tower.

Seattle: Walking Tour of Pike Place Market with Food Tasting

5. Seattle: Walking Tour of Pike Place Market with Food Tasting

Experience Seattle’s gastronomic scene at one of the city's famous landmarks, Pike Place Market, on a chef-guided walking tour. Enjoy over 6 diverse tastings at different stops and feel like an insider as you savor the flavors, as well as the sights and sounds, of this historic attraction. Meet your guide and get ready to indulge your palette with the local flavors of Seattle's Pike Place Market. Get a glimpse into the history and culture of this open-air market and sample some of the best food the district has to offer, including salmon, cookies, cheesecake, cheese, and more. Interact with market vendors during your tour and gain insight into farmer's markets from your chef guide. Also, learn about the curse Chief Seattle placed on Seattle, the origins of Pike Place from European markets, and the role this market played in the life of Washington's female serial killer.

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Fun tour chock full of stories! I was impressed with the tour guide's knowledge. And I appreciated there wasn't a ton of walking between stops, it was very manageable. Only thing I will say - it was a pretty large group. If you are looking for a more intimate tour where you're able to chat more with the guide, this is not it. However maybe a different day of the week (we went Friday) would have been less crowded.

Noah slayed. From the formidable Dr. Hazard to the sinister Butterworths, Noah playfully wove the tapestry of Seattle’s macabre history with a devilish charm.

Very enjoyable, good history of old Seattle. Lots of steps and incline up and down. I’m 60, and walk with a cane, but still doable. My older teens loved it!

Tour was very fun and informative, the extended tour is definitely worth the extra money.

There is a long walk,long pause to explain the back story it was worth it!