Haunted Spokane Ghost Tours Spokane
Where are we going today?
Are you ready to learn about the OTHER residents of Spokane! Two Dog City Tours run Haunted Spokane Ghost Tours - both via bus and walking tours.
It's not only a great way to see the city, and learn some pretty cool historical facts, but also learn about some spooky happenings - that you might experience!
The tours of downtown Spokane last around 90 minutes, and a great route that is easy paced, stroller friendly and handicapped accessible. There are seven different routes that you can choose from, so if you want to go back again, there will be something new to experience!
Your spooky tour guide will be in costume, and the tone is funny and upbeat as opposed to dark and scary, so kids will love it!
Keep an eye out on the new tours that are regularly added, as they are bespoke and could really be of interest! Perhaps you want to learn about the ghosts of Downtown Spokane, or the Monsters of Spokane.
Perhaps it's the history of jazz that interests you, or the ghosts of the local cemetery. Did you know that there is a strong Chinese culture within Spokane? If you take the Chinese ghosts tour then you could learn all about that too!
Whether you are a local, or new to the city, you will sure to learn something new after a day on these Haunted Spokane Ghost Tours!
How much does it cost?
- AdultsAround $8 - $15 p.p
- ChildrenSame as adult
- Free Under: Infants
When can we go?
Tours vary. Arrange a time when you book
Fri & Sat night walking tours not running Nov to March
Elementary school tours include historical stops which focus on early Spokane and Native American local history and stories. Why not bring the students along for some learning out of the classroom!.
It's best to grab something to eat before or after your journey!.
It's a good idea to carry bottled water with you on your trip.
Any Top Tips?
Make sure you take your camera!.
Need a little extra help?
The tours are handicapped accessible!.
Can I get one of those?
Ghost tours include "Saint Amabilis Pins" and cards for each guest detailing the story of Spokane's ghost protector in the Great fire of Spokane that occurred in 1889!.
What people are saying?
by James Glavensky
Very nice selection! I always walk out with a couple exciting records.
by Sean Woods
Great selection of music, and the owner & staff are never afraid to recommend something. They are also happy to provide advice on setting up a turntable-based stereo system.
by Steve Saramaga
Awesome record store, have good range of everything; new and old. lots of indy stuff. Knowledgable and super friendly staff
by Ingrid Alvarez
by A Google User