Tours and events held by ghost hunters take participants through haunted locales and give an inside look into paranormal investigation
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- $16 for a Pioneer Square walking tour for two (up to $34 value)
This 90-minute tour takes visitors through Seattle’s most historic district, with locations including the Pioneer Square Hotel, the Smith Tower, and Merchants Cafe and Saloon, the city’s oldest restaurant. (These spots have been featured on shows like The Dead Files, Ghost Hunters, and My Ghost Story.) They’ll hear stories collected by real paranormal investigators about murder, suicide, unfortunate deaths, and the ghosts that continue to haunt the area.
To top it all off, tour-goers armed with nothing but a flashlight venture into the infamous Underground, whose passageways and basements became home to opium dens, flophouses, and speakeasies once they fell into public disuse. Tickets include admission to the Seattle Death Museum.
This is a family-friendly event and appropriate for all ages. This offer is valid for use with the 6:00pm Original Pioneer Square Ghost Tour only. Not valid for use with any other tour, event or time. Reservations must be requested a minimum of 48 hours in advance by submitting the reservation form on the Spooked in Seattle website, which can be found by visiting http://spookedinseattle.squarespace.com/vouchers.
Need To Know
About Spooked in Seattle Ghost Tours
Since 2004, Spooked in Seattle has been telling the stories of real hauntings and providing evidence captured on real paranormal investigations by AGHOST (Advanced Ghost Hunters of Seattle-Tacoma). The Original Pioneer Square Ghost Tour takes you through Seattle’s oldest neighborhood, with locations including the Pioneer Square Hotel, the Smith Tower, and Merchant’s Cafe and Saloon, Seattle’s oldest restaurant. You'll hear the real stories of the ghosts that continue to haunt the area, topped off by venturing into a portion of Seattle’s famous “underground,” with nothing but a flashlight. The Original Pioneer Square Tour takes place mostly outside around the Pioneer Square neighborhood, and is not a haunted house or an “underground” tour (though one small section of “underground” is visited at the very end of the tour). This is a haunted historical tour, so if you are looking for a haunted house experience or an “underground” tour, this is probably not the tour for you.