Ghost tours take you to a city's scariest locations, such as abandoned houses that are said to be haunted or regular houses that are full of strangers. Experience the unknown with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $16 for two Pioneer Square Ghost Tour tickets (up to a $32 value)
- $30 for four Pioneer Square Ghost Tour tickets (up to a $64 value)
While touring Pioneer Square, participants listen to real stories of scandals, murders, and the apparitions that still roam area buildings, such as the Smith Tower and Pioneer Square Hotel. Groupon customers also tour a haunted location on the tour and see evidence that has been collected. Tours meet every day at 6 p.m., with an 8:15 p.m. tour also being scheduled for later this spring. Participants must reserve, cancel, or reschedule their tours at least two hours before they begin.
Prices are subject to change.
Spooked in Seattle Ghost Tours
Though some ghost tours regale customers with tales of vampires and witches who haunt the local area, or at least visit while their coffins are being fumigated, the guides of Spooked in Seattle Ghost Tours prefer to stick to stories of ghosts they've personally investigated. Ghost hunters —including well-known paranormal investigator Ross, who has appeared on various TV shows to discuss ghost hunting—have examined each story and location through paranormal investigations. The ghost hunters take customers on walking tours through city streets and the darkened corridors of Seattle's oldest buildings, or invite them to have a drink at a few of the city's creepy watering holes.
What some people are buzzing about:
“The ghost tour was so much fun and we learned a lot of new things about this wonderful city of Seattle that we live in! I encourage everyone to go :) Wear comfortable...”
“The ghost tour was so much fun and we learned a lot of new things about this wonderful city of Seattle that we live in! I encourage everyone to go :) Wear comfortable shoes and dress light :)”
“very nice tour :) great for kids ages 9 and up”
“With out the Group on I wouldn't know Seattle had such a business :-)”