Georgetown Haunted History Tour #10
Join us for a guided walking tour through the darkened back streets and alleys of Georgetown! Hear tales Georgetown's lawless history, and some of the late residents who still refuse to leave. Find out how Georgetown's history of gambling, booze, loose women, and heartbreak made a lasting impression on Seattle one that still resonates today
Departing from Old Georgetown City Hall, 6200 13th Ave South (at the corner of 13th & Bailey), in Seattle, WA.
90 minutes - this is a walking tour, be sure you are physically able to walk over broken sidewalk, rough pavement, gravel paths & cross railroad tracks
$15 per adult
$5 per child
Parking will again be available at Kelly Moore Paint across the street from Old City Hall.
Friends of Georgetown History (FoGHi) is a community club dedicated to the preservation of Seattle's historic Georgetown neighborhood.
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.
Old Georgetown City Hall (View)
6200 13th Ave South
Seattle, WA 98108
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|