THE VAMPIRE TOUR OF SAN FRANCISCO WILL NOW BE CONDUCTED
ON THE FIRST SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH, EFFECTIVE JANUARY, 2017! THE TOUR DATES ARE: JANUARY 7, FEBRUARY 4, MARCH
4, APRIL 1, MAY 6, JUNE 3, JULY 1, AUGUST 5, SEPTEMBER 2, OCTOBER 7 (AND, OF COURSE, ON HALLOWEEN, OCTOBER 31), NOVEMBER 4,
AND DECEMBER 2! THE TOUR WILL BEGIN AT 8:00 PM AND END ABOUT 10:00 PM. IF RAIN IS PREDICTED FOR THE EVENING OF
THE TOUR YOU WANT TO ATTEND, PLEASE CALL OR E-MAIL ME BY 10:00AM THE MORNING OF THE TOUR TO SEE IF IT IS STILL BEING CONDUCTED
THAT NIGHT. FEEL FREE TO DRESS UP FOR ANY TOUR, AND THERE WILL BE A COSTUME CONTEST ON HALLOWEEN NIGHT, SO LOOK YOUR
WORST! THE COST OF THE TOUR IS NOW $25.00 PER MORTAL. UNDEAD ARE ADMITTED FREE, BUT PROOF OF
STATUS IS REQUIRED. I AM ALSO AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST WHEN MY SCHEDULE PERMITS FOR PRIVATE TOURS FOR A MINIMUM OF 20
MORTALS, AT THE SAME LOW COST OF $25.00 PER MORTAL.
Tour companies may
also contact City Info Experts at http://www.sanfranciscotours.us/offer/11421/Vampire-Tour-in-San-Francisco or Viator at http:www.viator.com to reserve a private tour for groups of 25 or more traveling to San Francisco. Individuals may book through these sites too, as well as Any Guide at www.anyguide.com. You may also e-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at (650) 279-1840 to make reservations.
The tour starts on the corner of
California & Taylor Streets, on the side of the street where the park is. Please arrive by 7:45 pm. The stops
are: Grace Cathedral, the Nob Hill Cafe, Huntington Park, the Pacific-Union Club, the Fairmont Hotel and the Mark Hopkins
Hotel. The script contains about 85% true San Francisco history with fun vampire lore and humor mixed it, and is
suitable for all ages. It is not dark or gory. If
you have a gift certificate for The Vampire Tour, it will be honored.
The Vampire Tour of San
Francisco was awarded The Bay Guardian's "Best of the Bay" award in 2003 and again in 2007! Mina Harker
(Kitty Burns) was also awarded the 2005 Individual Donor Diamond Award by ARTshare in San Mateo, CA for charitable contributions
made by The Vampire Tour of San Francisco, and the Crown Award from the Entertainment Company for Community Support in