San Francisco October 27, 2017
This Vampire Tour In San Francisco Is Not For The Faint Of Heart
Halloween is a big deal and even more so because of all the special events. Learn about San Francisco’s storied past with added myths and mysteries. Walk around this historic neighborhood in the city and learn about vampires!
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The beautiful area around Nob Hill at night can turn into a place of mystery and darkness. This regal neighborhood will shine regardless of the vampires or not as well.
Mina, the host leading the tour, shares the history of Nob Hill and San Francisco with fantastical stores of the vampire community.
The Vampire tour is on
Halloween October 31 and November 4 for only $25.
Wear your walking shoes on this tour because you explore parts of Nob Hill. The beauty and allure Fairmount and Mark Hopkins and many more spots will be made a little spookier on this tour.
There will be plenty of fantastic costumes from your hosts and more, so if you enjoy costumes and theatrics then the Vampire Tour is for you.
You'll walk through Huntington Park as you hear tales of the Railroad barons, ghosts in Alcatraz, Vampire Rectors in Grace Cathedral, locations for Vertigo, and more.
Expect to hear stories about the fictional vampire community that lives in the tunnels below the city, so come with an open mind and for some spooky fun.
Dressing up and getting in the Halloween spirit will make this tour more than special. Apparently, there is a costume contest, so inquire for more information.
You'll learn some fun vampire lore and with humor mixed about attractions like the Fairmont in Nob Hill. This will be a historical and fun tour for sure.
The cost of the Vampire Tour is
$25 for this Halloween October 31 and November 4.
If you’re interested in this tour then check out
Vampire Tour of San Francisco site or email email@example.com or call me (650) 279-1840 to make reservations.
Have you been on this tour? Let us know your opinions. If you’re interested in more spooky fun then check out
The Story Behind San Francisco’s Most Haunted House Will Give You Nightmares.