DUE TO THE CORONA VIRUS, THE VAMPIRE TOUR OF SAN FRANCISCO WILL NOT OPEN ON MAY 2, 2020 AS SCHEDULED. WE WILL OPEN AS SOON AS IT IS SAFE FOR THE MORTALS OF THE WORLD TO BE OUT IN THE COMPANY OF A VAMPIRE! The Vampire Tour of San Francisco is a walking tour of the beautiful Nob Hill area of San Francisco. The stops are: Grace Cathedral, the Nob Hill Cafe, Huntington Park, the Pacific-Union Club, the Fairmont Hotel, and the Mark Hopkins Hotel. The tour is conducted on the first Saturday of each month from May until October, and of course on Halloween. Halloween will be the last regularly scheduled tour in 2019. The tour will be closed from November 1, 2019 until May 2020, opening again on May 2, 2020. However, I am available for a private tour all year around when my schedule permits. Private tours must have at least 10 people. The cost for a regular tour or a private tour is $30.00 per mortal. Undead are admitted free, but proof of status is required.
Nob Hill can get pretty chilly at night, so please dress warm and wear comfortable shoes. There are no hills on the tour. It takes place on top of Nob Hill where it is flat land. It is a very easy and comfortable walk and is wheelchair friendly.
The tour begins promptly at 8:00 pm and ends at about 10:00 pm. We meet on the corner of California & Taylor Streets, on the side of the street where the park is, across the street from Grace Cathedral. The tour ends at the Mark Hopkins Hotel on the corner of California & Mason Streets, which is one block from where we start.