Returning in late 2021.
On the Chinatown Ghost Tour you will hear spine tingling stories of Melbourne's past as you are guided though the streets and lanes of the oldest Chinese community in the Western world. Experience locations of a former opium den, Chinese cocaine house and brothels.
From stories of ghosts, murder and prostitution, to Squizzy Taylor and Chang the Chinese giant.
You will not believe what has happened in just three blocks of Little Bourke Street.
Private group bookings and school groups can be catered for.
Adult - $35. Family (2 adults, 3 children) - $120
|$35.00 - $120.00|
Child 16 and under
Tours are conducted by guides in period costume, illustrating a character that would have once worked or lived in Chinatown. Please note this tour includes adult themes - please consider this before booking young children on tour.
Days of operation:
Departure details: 01/10/21 - 31/12/22
Sat: 08:00pm - 09:30pm
Come and get totally twisted at some great locations across Victoria and explore the darker side of history on a range of tours with Twisted History.
Join Twisted History at the Geelong Gaol, the longest continuously running 19th-century prison for ghost and investigation tours, seven nights a week.
If murder stories are more up your alley, the Chinatown Ghost Murder Tour will return in late 2021.
Perhaps a haunted hotel is more your pace. If so, join in on one of the combined dinner, history and investigation tours.
Or maybe a paranormal investigation in the town of Steiglitz or at Werribee Park in the original buildings.
If you are in Central Victoria they have the Castlemaine Cemetery Tour and the Bendigo Ghost Tour through the streets and Rosalind Park.
Online Paranormal Investigations will return in the winter months of 2021
Find our Locked up with History podcast on your favourite podcast platform
Keep an eye on their webpage for new upcoming tours.
Customised tours, private group and online tours are available - please contact Twisted History to discuss.
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