Haunted San Francisco Ghost Tour
The City After Dark

SF’s Best Haunted Walking Tour

Special! $23 tickets with promo code “summer19”

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This is our most eerie experience.

Our 5 Star Rated walking tour is a macabre and murderous tour through the hotels and streets of downtown San Francisco.

Not “just a ghost tour,” this night tour includes tales of unexplained deaths, scandalous murders, ruthless cult leaders, the old red light district, famed spirits, serial killers, assassins, the Black Plague, and much more.

The Haunted Ghost Tour is not recommended for young children (under 10) due to disturbing stories and descriptions of violence. If you’re unsure about this tour for your children, check out our other family-friendly tours or contact us for details.


Haunted Ghost Tour Details

  • Tours start between 6:30 – 9:30 pm – This is a night time walking tour. See our schedule to find a time that works for you. Please arrive 5-10 minutes early to meet your guide.
  • Tour Duration – The tour is 1.5 hours. Total walking distance is about .6 miles at a leisurely pace on a flat route. We can accommodate wheelchairs, but no service animals.
  • Professional Guides – You will be led by one of our three professional guides. Our dedicated guides have been conducting haunted walking tours for over 4 years and are rated 5 stars on Yelp, Google and TripAdvisor. Learn more about Mary, Sebastian and Iris below.
  • Haunted History – We hope you don’t mind getting the chills. The haunted history lesson you’ll get on this tour will have your skin crawling. This is a well-researched tour through true crimes and hauntings that took place on the very streets we’ll walk.
  • Haunted Locations – Visit some of the most mysterious and ghostly places in San Francisco, where residual ghost impressions are felt, poltergeists heard, and after death after consciousnesses are witnessed. See highlights below for more info.
  • Ghost Sightings – No guarantees, but this tour has been known to stir up spirits and invite apparitions. We’ve had guests report strange sensations, hear shrill sounds, and document unexplainable images in photographs from the tour.


Booking Details

  • Meets at Union Square – Exact location and directions will be provided to you upon confirmation of your booking.
  • Reservations are required – Must book online – Our Haunted Ghost Walking Tour is our most popular tour and regularly sells out. Guarantee yourself a spot by booking online today. We are not able to accommodate walk ups.
  • Tickets – $25
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Haunted San Francisco Ghost Tour Highlights

There isn’t a dull moment on our 1.5hr walking tour. We dig deep into the darkest and most mysterious aspects of San Francisco and its haunted past.

  • St. Francis Hotel, nefarious Hollywood deaths
  • The “suicide alley” of 1911
  • Stories of disturbed cemeteries and forgotten graves
  • Glide Memorial Church, connected to cult leader Jim Jones
  • Site of Tessie Wall’s notorious brothel
  • Stories of the 1899 Bubonic Plague
  • Site of haunted underground speakeasies

Your Guides
Sebastian: Haunted SF + Free SF Tour

Sebastian Cummings is an actor and performer, appearing both on stage and in feature films. He lived in San Francisco as a child, and has spent years living abroad in Germany and Mexico before returning to San Francisco to pursue his acting career. When not on set, Sebastian digs into the multi-sensory human experience, alchemy, and the supernatural.

Rainey: Haunted SF

Rainey is a full-time drag performer, known about town as his alter ego, Mary Vice. As Mary, she is spotted onstage regularly at Aunt Charlie’s, The Stud and other historic haunts. She hosts weekly revues, and has won numerous awards for her show-stopping performances. A Philadelphia transplant with an interest in all things ghostly and an eye for vampy glamour, Rainey feels right at home on the Haunted SF Tour.

Iris: Haunted SF

Iris is an Argentine/American filmmaker, poet and musician. She loves the outdoors, dance parties and making banana bread. While living in Buenos Aires she co-founded Proyecto Persiana, a beautiful urban arts community, and organized urban arts festivals nation-wide, hosting twelve graffiti festivals thus far.