The Lost Souls of Gastown
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Cathedral Square street
Maple Tree Square, Gastown
Venture into Vancouver’s earliest and most gruesome history on the Lost Souls of Gastown. In 1.5 hours you will discover a time when Vancouver was the Granville Town site the wild frontier town that suffered a devastating fire, smallpox outbreaks, and unsolved murders.
Start in the Cathedral Square street and walk into the Gassy Jack statue, the iconic Gastown Steam clock and other creepy places like The CPR rail yards, once 10 feet underwater, sites of the city’s first jailhouse, first bawdy house and first saloon and you will get to see inside the Hotel Victorian, Vancouver’s oldest hotel, ending your tour in the Maple Tree Square, Gastown.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)
|General (P/P)||28.00 (CAD)|
- In the summer we recommend you bring a sweater or jacket, since it can get chilly in the evenings
- In the spring or fall please bring a waterproof jacket and sturdy footwear. Hat and gloves will help on colder nights.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are children allowed?
Our tours are designed for adult audiences and do contain references to adult themes. We don’t recommend them for children.
Are the tours wheelchair accessible?
The Forbidden Tour, Lost Souls of Gastown, and Art Deco & Chocolate Tasting walking tours are all wheelchair accessible. Secrets of Stanley Park and Secrets of the Penthouse are not wheelchair accessible.
What if it rains?
Our tours happen rain or shine. Vancouver can be a little wet at times, so we recommend you bring an umbrella. We have crafted tour routes that have scenes under cover wherever possible using roofs, archways, awnings or even indoors. So, there will always be opportunities to stay dry on the tour.