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    Gaslamp Culture History Tour

    Open up a window to San Diego's past as you embark on this walking tour of the Gaslamp Quarter. You'll learn the history of the William Heath Davis house built in 1850 and now known as the most haunted house of the Gaslamp district. Compare the historic stories you hear about this building with its present standing -- a couple ghost stories or two may send chill down your spine! Listen to fascinating stories of the people and the characters that shaped the destiny of San Diego, from William Heath Davis himself, to Alonzo Horton, who finished the building of "New Town." Discover a new appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of this city!
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    Gaslamp Culture History Tour

    410 Island Ave, San Diego

    • Discover the rich history of the Gaslamp through a walking cultural tour
    • Learn about the owners and builders of the neighborhood from a by-gone era
    • Take pictures of the Romanesque-style architecture, the bustling crowds, and variety of restaurants
    • Develop a new appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of San Diego
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    Gaslamp Architectural Tour

    Open a window to San Diego's past! From the Romanesque-style Keating Building to the Baroque Revival Louis Bank of Commerce, this tour will increase your knowledge of this beautiful city's architecture and history. You'll learn about both William Heath Davis, who first attempted the building of "New Town," and Alonzo Horton, who arrived in San Diego in 1867 and finished the job. The rich cultural heritage of San Diego speaks through the buildings of a by-gone era. Discover the truth about the owners and builders of these buildings and see for yourself how they tried to transform the city. You will understand the cultural heritage they left behind as you hear their secrets and share them with others.
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    Gaslamp Architectural Tour

    410 Island Ave, San Diego

    • Discover the history of the Gaslamp through a walking architectural tour
    • Learn about the owners and builders of these buildings from a by-gone era
    • Take pictures of the Romanesque-style Keatin Building, the Baroque Revival Louis Bank of Commerce, and more
    • Develop a new appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of San Diego
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    Paranormal Investigation Tour

    If you spook easily, this tour is not for you! During this paranormal investigation, you'll visit the most haunted house in the Gaslamp -- the William Heath Davis house. Paranormal research teams have made contact with many house spirits on-site. They've recorded voices and taken numerous photos and videos to document their findings. Now it's your turn to experience the other-worldly! You'll work with the San Diego Ghost Hunters in conducting a paranormal investigation. Will you be lucky enough to communicate with the spirits? Come and find out!
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    Paranormal Investigation Tour

    410 Island Ave, San Diego

    • Conduct a paranormal investigation with the help of the San Diego Ghost Hunters
    • Venture in the most haunted house in the Gaslamp, the William Heath Davis house
    • Bring your camera or a video recorder to try to get evidence of house spirits
    • Feel the adrenaline rush as the house comes alive with ghosts
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    Davis-Horton House Guided Tour

    Step into the amazing historic Davis-Horton House and discover new facts about the past of the Gaslamp. You'll explore every nook and cranny of this wooden home, learning more about the hard construction process as you go. The elegant Victorian style of the building is sure to amaze you! Pass by antique furniture, gaudy drapes, and other intricate items of the era. You'll even learn about the house's past residents -- perhaps hear a ghost story or two from your animated guide. Step away from the electronics of the present, and teleport yourself back to the past during this incredible tour!
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    Davis-Horton House Guided Tour

    410 Island Ave, San Diego

    • Tour the Davis-Horton House with a knowledgeable guide
    • Learn about the history of the house's past residents -- perhaps indulge in a ghost story or two
    • Discover Victorian-style architectural details, from the hard construction process to the antique furniture
    • Expand your knowledge of the Gaslamp Quarter's history
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    Gaslamp Ghosts Walking Tour

    Take caution: this tour is not for the weak of heart! Uncover the Gaslamp's haunted history with the historian of the Davis House, Sandee Wilhoit. As you walk, Sandee will recount ghostly happenings of the past... and of the present. You'll visit hotels, saloons, brothels, and a long-ago funeral parlor -- all places bound to be ripe with spirits. You'll then end your tour inside the Gaslamp's most haunted edifice -- the William Heath Davis House. What'll happen inside that house? There's only one way to find out.
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    Gaslamp Ghosts Walking Tour

    410 Island Ave, San Diego

    • Enjoy a walking tour of the Gaslamp Quarter... with a dark twist
    • Look for ghosts in old buildings like saloons, brothels, and a long-ago funeral parlor
    • Learn about the spirited history of San Diego from your historian tour guide, Sandee Wilhoit
    • End your tour in the most haunted building in the Gaslamp -- the William Heath Davis House
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    Gaslamp Historical Walking Tour

    Open up a window to San Diego's past as you embark on this walking tour of the Gaslamp Quarter. You'll learn the history of the William Heath Davis house built in 1850 and now known as the most haunted house of the Gaslamp district. You'll also visit architecturally significant structures of the period -- Old City Hall (1874), the Keating Building (1890), and the Louis Bank of Commerce (1888). Listen to fascinating stories of the people and the characters that shaped the destiny of San Diego, from William Heath Davis himself, to Alonzo Horton, who finished the building of "New Town." Discover a new appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of this city!
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    Gaslamp Historical Walking Tour

    410 Island Ave, San Diego

    • Develop a new appreciation for San Diego's rich cultural heritage as you walk through the Gaslamp
    • Learn about the owners and builders of the buildings comprising the Gaslamp Quarter
    • Take pictures of incredible architecture, from Old City Hall to the Louis Bank of Commerce
    • Discover new parts of the Gaslamp Quarter you have not seen before
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