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Portland Shanghai Tunnel Tours

Time: October 12, 2010 to October 31, 2010
Location: "Tunnels"
City/Town: Portland, or
Website or Map: http://www.shanghaitunnels.in…
Event Type: portland, halloween
Organized By: Cascade Geographic Society
Latest Activity: Oct 12, 2010

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Spooky! Tour the infamous Portland shanghai tunnels!

Tours are held every Friday and Saturday evening, on the first Thursday evening of each month, and often on other weeknights as well.

For the TOUR SCHEDULE and/or to PURCHASE TICKETS to the Portland Underground Tours, visit the website.
http://www.shanghaitunnels.info/

The Shanghai Tunnels maintain an average temp of 68 degrees during the winter.


Tour Prices:
Standard Tours: Adults-$13, Kids under 12-$8
Above/Below Ground Ghosting Tours: Adults-$26, Kids under 12-$17
Paranormal Tours: Adults-$17, Kids under 12-$12

Special Friday the 13th and Saturday the 14th Tours:

This is our special Ghost Tour only offered on Fridays the 13th and Saturdays the 14th, of a portion of the historical underground network in Portland; an above-ground orientation is followed by an underground tour that will allow you to see remnants of Portland's past that was hidden for decades; our paranormal partners from Trails End Paranormal Society join us to conduct an investigation during the tour. For complete tour descriptions, please go to www.shanghaitunnels.info

Halloween Tour


“Halloween Tours” begin in the month of October and are offered through the first week of November. This is an extended ghost tour that still includes the history of Shanghaing in Portland and the “Shanghai Tunnels” (the infamous “Portland Underground”), but it also includes information not discussed during our regular tours. This is not a spook house, but is a very fun, interesting, and educational tour that has proven itself to be extremely popular and generally sells out. Please book early! This is a great family event!



Click here for more information on the Shanghai Tunnels.


Unless you are notified otherwise, all tours begin at Hobo's Restaraunt on NW 3rd Ave between Couch and Davis. For information on Hobo's, click below.

Hobo's Restaurant



A waiver must be signed by all the parties in your group. Click below to get the wavier. Please print the waiver, have everyone sign it, and bring it with you to your tour.

Tour Waiver

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