When can I go on a tour?
Pretty much whenever you want! We have tours scheduled every week. Sign up for the newsletter to find out when these are offered. Spaces on these tours sell out quickly...so nab your tickets early! OR you can contact us to book a private tour of any of our tour options, prices and availability vary.
How do I know where to meet?
We will email you starting location and details when you purchase your ticket online.
We accept cancellations up to 24 hours in advance for walking tours, 48 hours in advance for bus tours. After that, we cannot issue any refunds. We are, however, ALWAYS happy to rebook.
Got one? Awesome! Head over to our TOURS page to find out about any upcoming tours. Prices are listed along with each tour. Email us at email@example.com to make final booking. Don't see a tour that works for you? Then email us to set up a private tour (prices vary).
Want one? Also awesome! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase.
Gift certificates expire 1 year after purchase.
All tours must be booked online, even if you book the day of the tour (if space available). This allows you to get the starting point details. Tour guides really appreciate tips though, so bring cash along with you!
All tours last roughly 2 hours, unless noted otherwise.
What should I bring?
Sense of humor, a water bottle, and questions to stump the tour guide.
Can me and my 25 friends join?
If there are 25 spots left - yes. If not, please call us to book a private tour!
When you book your tour, please provide the best number to reach you quickly in case of last minute changes. 99% of the time, the tour will go on as scheduled. Here are a few weather-related pointers:
- Raining: You’ll get wet. Bring an umbrella! And galoshes for jumping in puddles.
- Storming: Tour may be delayed, and we might change the starting location to a great bar.
- Tornado: Witches will die, monkeys will fly. You will no longer be in Kansas.
- Snow: Wear a coat.
- Super freaking hot: Bring a water bottle and wear sunscreen, like your mom told you.