See Chinatown After Dark on Ghostly Walking Tour
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The last date listed for SF Chinatown Ghost Tour was Saturday October 27, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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Before embarking on your next globe-trot, make a stop at this year's Travel & Adventure Show and see PBS star Rick Steves (Rick Steves' Europe), Travel Channel host Samantha Brown and author Patricia Schultz (1000 Places to See Before You Die). With advice on top local, national and international destinations, show-only specials and giveaways, hands-on adventure activities (like zip lining and rock climbing), exotic culinary demonstrations, and live cultural performances, attending this event definitely feels like its own little getaway. Learn More
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The tour guide Cynthia grew up in the area so she obviously had her fair share of history and stories, but I could have done without the cheesy magic show at the end. I prefer more stories and history. Three times we passed by the site of the 1977 Golden Dragon Massacre and she did not even mention a word of it. The magic show belongs in Vegas, not San Francisco.
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The walking tour is great and my favorite part. I enjoyed her sincere storytelling and connection to the SF Chinese community. I could have done with more tour and her stories....and less magic. I enjoyed the magic but loved the tour.
SF Chinatown Ghost Tours brings to life the tales of San Francisco Chinatown's supernatural past and present, leading guests on a ghostly tour of Chinatown’s historic and mysterious streets and alleyways.
San Francisco Chinatown, the oldest Chinese community in the United States, has been a popular shopping, dining and sightseeing destination for over a century. Yet most outsiders have never experienced the extrasensory realm of vintage Chinatown after dark.
Some say that specters from decades of Chinatown history emerge just after twilight. Follow along by lamplight as we journey through the neighborhood passageways where these lively spirits are said to bide their time. All the while, learn about the reverence still offered to the Goddess Kwan Yin and the hungry spirits. Ancient Chinese mythology and folklore flourish to this day in the oldest and most popular Chinatown in all of North America.
Spend an evening gallivanting through the passageways of Chinatown’s past.