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The Haunted Tours in Oct 2017 are excellent. The cost is only $10/person cash only (no reservations needed) and the tour is excellent! You can take as many photos as you want and you are always walking and listening to the guide who is full...More
Me and 2 friends took the tour this evening. It was a fun way to see some of the haunted locations in St. Paul. The tour guides were very knowledgeable. It was very interesting. The bus was nice as well. Wish you could still go...More
Girlfriends and I participated in three tours - Walking tour of the caves, Gangster tour and Ghost and Graves tours. All our guides were not only entertaining but also very knowledgeable about the history of the caves and history of St.Paul as it pertains to...More
I absolutely loved this tour with the history of the caves and the connection with the Mob. It is amazing to hear how all you had to do back then when committing a crime is to cross the bridge into St. Paul and the authorities...More
My son is interested in all things "gangster" so we thought touring the Wabasha street Caves where the Ma Baker, John Dillinger and his gang used to hang out would be fun. It was! For a mere $8 we had a very energetic, highly informative...More
I'm just wondering about the two closed caves...
I am upset about the construction debris story. It was very cool to hear the stories and to imagine it alive in the hey days. No way would I do the ghost tour! And I would need...More
Our tour guide was excellent! He most certainly was an expert on the history of the caves, and he sounded excited and interested, not mundane like many tour guides are after repeating the same information over and over. The tour lasts 45 minutes and there...More