Georgetown is Haunted With History!
Take a unique look into Seattle’s haunted historic past with the 9th Annual Georgetown Haunted History Tour. This one-of-a-kind evening walking tour and theatrical event is presented by the Friends of Georgetown History. Tours will start at 6:00pm, with numerous tours nightly, October 17th - 19th, departing from The Stables, 980 S Nebraska St in Seattle, WA. Tickets are $15 per adult and are available October 1, 2013 at brownpapertickets.com
A tour guide will lead you through the dark back streets of Georgetown while sharing hauntings and tales of the past. Hear stories of those "late" residents and how gambling, booze, and heart break played a role in their success or demise.
The entire tour is comprised of local actors and/or historians who are already enchanted with the lure of Seattle’s oldest neighborhood’s history. Costumes and good walking shoes are encouraged, as well as weather appropriate clothing. The tour goes on through rain, sleet, or windstorm!
And no tour of Georgetown would be complete without art, so be sure to see Spectrecle, a chilling display of experimental art installations inspired by the Haunted History Tour.
A post-tour party will be hosted by FOGHi at The Stables each night of the tour and is complementary for ticket holders and their friends.
Friends of Georgetown History is a community club dedicated to the preservation of Seattle’s historic Georgetown neighborhood.
Please visit our locally-owned stores, cafes, restaurants, and bars while visiting Georgetown.
Important disclaimer: All tour attendees participating in the Georgetown Haunted History Tour do so at their own risk and waive any liability claims against Friends of Georgetown History or any volunteer on the tour when they agree to join the Georgetown Haunted History tour. This includes illness and injury as well as loss, damage or theft to any walker's property while they are participating in the Georgetown Haunted History Tour. The Friends of Georgetown History reserves the right at all times to refuse admission and/or eject persons who appear intoxicated.