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Two Dog City Tours

area: Downtown Spokane
  • overview
    Two Dog City Tours is Spokane's leading and long standing entertainment option for paranormal and unusual fun events and evenings of all kinds - from Downtown Spokane and Hillyard walking ghost tours to group psychic readings, Tarot Card classes, murder mystery reconstructions, old cemetery visits, haunted mansion ghost hunts and a variety of two-hour bus tours of the city. Historical Haunted Spokane tours and events are offered year-round at both regularly scheduled times and by appointment for office, convention, and party groups. Holidays such as Mardi Gras, the Chinese Hungry Ghost Festival and Halloween are very active times of the year for Two Dog entertainments, tours, activities and presentations of all kinds. Costumed master story teller and Spokane historian Chet Caskey is author of a variety of books on the ghost lore, serial killers, and dark romantic figures of the city, and is the entertaining regular personality of all activities. A frequently scheduled popular presenter is also Dr. Candess Campbell, Spokane's most noteworthy psychic medium and author. From small group walking tours tailor-made for special occasions to large theater productions, Two Dog City Tours is the option for a fun, spooky or sensationally spiritual event in Spokane.
  • amenities
    General Information
    • Handicap Accessible: Yes
    • Distance from Airport: 5 miles
    Hours (Visit website to verify hours)
    • Hours: Variable depending on the specific activity
    • Seasonal Dates: year-round
    Payment Types Accepted
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    • Comments/Notes: Two Dog City Tours is Spokane's interactive theatrical touring company offering guided and fun-filled bus trips throughout Spokane for the enjoyment of visitors and Spokanites alike. Costumed tour guides lead guests to "The Dark Side of Spokane" in the fall, through "A Spokane Yuletide" at Christmas, and on adventures with "Spocowboys and Indians" during the summer months. For Ticket information call (509) 747-1335 or email