Frequently Asked Questions
Where do you meet?
Gastown Tour: We meet at the Angel of Mercy Statue on the southeast corner of Waterfront Station. It is at the north foot of Seymour St. at Cordova. The Statue is located at the southeast corner of the building in front of Rogue Kitchen and Wetbar.
New Westminster Tour: We meet in Hyack Square next to the old Keg at the corner of 8th and Columbia.
What time do the tours start?
Our Gastown Tours start at 7:30pm. Our New Westminster Tour starts at 8pm.
How long are the tours?
The walking tours run Around 90 mins. all participants must be able to walk for 90 minutes, approximately 2-3 kms.
Our tours are not wheelchair accessible due to the heritage nature of some of the areas we go to. Also, our New Westminster tour includes a large hill that is not appropriate for wheelchairs. All guests on our tours must be able to walk and stand for 90 minutes.
I don't have a credit card, can I pay in cash at the time of the tour?
Yes, We do accept walk-up guests based on availability. Please email us if you are hoping to join as a walk-up guest as space is limited. Our tours do sell out and we would hate for you to be disappointed. At this time we can only accept cash if you are paying in person. Walk-up rate is $23 (same as the online total) per person, please have exact change. For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Is this tour suitable for children ?
We welcome everyone over the age of 12 on our tour, however be advised that subjects such as prostitution, crime, murder and other unpleasantness are discussed. All minors must be accompanied by an adult.
The attendance of any children on the tour is up to parental discretion.
Will I see any ghosts?
We sure hope so! But if you do it will be the real thing. We don't have anyone jumping out at you. We are all about story telling....not gimmicks.
Can I bring my Dog?
We cannot welcome dogs on our Gastown tour due to interior stops. We do welcome well behaved and leashed dogs on our New Westminster Tours! Certified assistance dogs are welcome on all tours.