Location, Tickets & Parking
Our nightly tours take you to some of the most haunted locations in downtown Portland. All tours start at the specified time according to the booking calendar. On our Ghosts of Downtown Portland tour, you’ll explore both the paranormal and historical accounts of each of our carefully selected tour stops. You’ll visit some of the locations that have been made famous by paranormal researchers, television programs and nationally recognized top ten “Most Haunted” lists.
All Ghost Tours meet in front of the Lan Su Chinese Garden at 239 NW Everett St., at the corner of Everett St. and 3rd St. We are not affiliated with the Chinese Garden.
The standard tour route is approximately 1 mile. Eight different locations are included in our standard tour. Our extended tour includes four extra locations, adding 1.9 miles to the distance for a total distance of 2.9 miles.
The tour is around 1 hour long, and is 1.1 miles long. If you choose the extended tour, you will get roughly 30 minutes and an additional 0.5 miles after the first tour ends.
Portland: Ghosts of Downtown ghost tours are held every night. Check booking calendar for times and more details. Please arrive at least ten minutes early and allow plenty of time for parking and walking to the location. Tours are held rain or shine! Rain is a key element in the Pacific Northwest and most “true” Portlanders don’t even use umbrellas. It is acceptable to carry one though, if there is a chance of rain in the forecast.
Admission for the Ghosts of Downtown Portland tour must be purchased ahead of time on our site. Click “Buy Tickets” to bring up the ticket order process, fill the (short!) form out completely, and confirm your reservation, then… you’re done!
You do NOT need to print your tickets or worry about mobile passes! After completing your tour reservation online, you’ll automatically be added to the admission list for your tour time and date. Simply bring your ID with you for us to verify your reservation before your tour begins.
There is curbside parking throughout the area with small green kiosks located on every block to purchase parking permits. The kiosks take coins and credit cards. If you prefer a parking garage with longer term rates, there is a multi-level Smart Park parking garage at 33 NW Davis at the corner of 1st St. This is just two blocks to the east of the Lan Su Chinese Garden.
Purchase a Group Tour
We also cover tour options for large groups. See our Group Tours page to learn more about group options and how to reserve a spot for your needs.