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Choose Between Two Options
- $26 for a 90-minute Murders, Mysteries & Mayhem walking tour for two (a $52 value)
- $49 for a 90-minute Murders, Mysteries & Mayhem walking tour for four (a $104 value)
After departing from the Vancouver Art Gallery fountain, tour guides spin sinister tales of Vancouver's dark history as they lead guests through historical Gastown. True tales of unsolved murders, riots, and notorious gangsters send chills down spines as the excursions wind toward the infamous Gaoler’s Mews. Tours take place Friday through Sunday, at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Tour Guys Vancouver
Seasoned tour guides Jason Kucherawy and Steve Woodall and their team of charismatic history buffs, storytellers, and pop-culture enthusiasts lead inventive walking tours that have been lauded by the Vancouver Sun, MSNBC, and the Washington Post. Although they live at opposite ends of the country—Steve in Vancouver, Jason in Toronto—the two self-professed “tour guys” stay true to their company’s mission: to have fun, meet people from around the world, and educate tourists on a city's hidden gems. To realize their mission, Jason and Steve host a barrage of free tours to bring these educational city romps to as many people as possible.
In Vancouver, these knowledgeable guides pilot tours that explore the city's vibrant culture, culinary hotspots, and local breweries. They also shed a light on the city’s dark past, delving into a gruesome history of unsolved murders, infamous riots, dangerous gangsters, and vampire mayors. These immersive tours landed Tour Guys Vancouver the #3 spot on TripAdvisor's list of Vancouver's best tours.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“We had a lot of fun on our MMM tour! Sahil aka Chocolate Bear was a fantastic tour guide :)”
“It was a lot of fun I would recommend it to anybody who is into anecdotal trivia or interesting facts!”
“Tour seemed somewhat short, but the tour girl (Lenny) had a great storytelling voice.”