Investigate Vancouver’s paranormal activity during this ghost tour of the city’s Gastown district.
Make your way to the Angel of Mercy Statue that stands outside Vancouver’s Waterfront Station. Meet your guide and set off through Vancouver’s Gastown district to learn about the area’s paranormal activity.
Walk down hidden passegeways, narrow alleyways, and past architecturally fascinating buildings. Learn the truth about the area’s famous Steam Clock and hear stories about the area’s founder, Gassy Jack. Listen as your guide gives the inside scoop on the many haunted locations throughout Gastown including an antique store with mysterious voices, an alleyway with a spectral lady in black and even a mischievous ghost who haunts a restaurant bathroom. Paranormal events plague many of the area’s workers and residents; you may be fortunate enough to witness some yourself.
Who is it for?
Not recommended for children aged 12 and under
Guests must be able to stand and walk for 90 minutes
Service animals allowed
There are no bathroom breaks on the tour
Tickets : $23 & up
How to get tickets?
WHEN & WHERE
Date: Various Dates through November 13, 2019 7:30 PM
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes (Approx.)
Venue & Address
Start and End at: Angel of Victory, 601 W Cordova St, Vancouver
Approximately one mile (1.6km) of walking