The Vampire Tour of San Francisco is a very unique walking tour of the beautiful Nob Hill neighborhood.
Listen to true tales and mysterious legends of vampires in San Francisco while walking around this beautiful neighborhood, where the vampire community resides, mixing in with the mortals, on and under the streets of this prestigious area. You will visit Grace Cathedral, the Nob Hill Cafe, Huntington Park, the Pacific-Union Club, the Fairmont Hotel, and the Mark Hopkins Hotel. You will learn the history of these stops and how vampires played a role in that history. You will also hear how some very well known San Francisco characters, such as Emperor Norton, Mark Twain and James Flood, as well as monuments like Alcatraz, City Hall, and the cemeteries that we removed from San Francisco, are connected the the vampire community.
The script contains about 85% true San Francisco history, with fun vampire lore and humor mixed in. It is not dark or gory, and is suitable for all ages.
If you would like to add to the fun, your Hostess, Mina Harker, encourages you to come in costume.
There are no hills involved, it is wheelchair friendly.
on the corner of California and Taylor Streets at 8:00pm
on the corner of California and Mason Streets at 10:00pm