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Take a spooky stroll through Downtown Ottawa on this guided haunted walking tour. Experience the darker side of Canada’s capital and hear tales of the city's haunted heritage as told by a professional storyteller. Hear the hair-raising stories and see the area’s most haunted sites. It’s a fascinating, spine-tingling adventure.
Let Ottawa’s supernatural history capture your attention on this ghost walk and tour of the Old Carleton County Jail. Alongside a costumed guide, visit haunted spots such as Canada’s last functioning gallows and Carleton County Jail—now a haunted hostel—and listen to terrifying tales of unlawful hangings, faceless ghosts, and infamous assassinations. Choose from two departure times.
Take a spooky stroll through Toronto on this guided haunted walking tour. Experience the darker side of Canada’s largest city and discover tales of the city's haunted heritage as told by a professional storyteller. Hear the hair-raising stories and see the area’s most haunted sites. It’s a fascinating, spine-tingling adventure.
The 40 heritage buildings that call Toronto’s Distillery Historic District home encompass a dark and gruesome history. Delve into the area’s spine-chilling past on this ghost walk led by a costumed historian or dramatist. Visit haunted sites such as the ironically named Friendship House, hear tales about flickering lights and moving furniture, and prepare to be spooked.
There is no building in the city with a stronger connection to the supernatural than Laurier House. Its reputation draws paranormal enthusiasts and psychics from all over the world. Many claimed to have made contact with the other side.
This haunted mansion was the home of two former Prime Ministers. Sir Wilfrid Laurier lived there for over 20 years and died in the house in 1919. William Lyon Mackenzie King then made it his home until 1948. King had a deep interest in spiritualism and would routinely hold séances and table-rapping sessions in the building, attempting to speak with the dead. Is it possible that these attempts opened a doorway to the spirit realm?
We will explore the same darkened hallways and attempt to provoke a reaction from those that may still linger inside. The Haunting perfectly blends a ghost investigation with a thrilling haunted experience.
If you love a strange ghost stories, then this is the Toronto Distillery District tour is for you. On this evening Segway adventure, enjoy the fun of riding a Segway PT, combined with the adrenaline kick of a truly spooky history tour. Start out with a quick lesson on how to ride your Segway, and then follow your guide through the historic streets of the Distillery District while you listen to the real-world haunted tales.
Learn about the haunted history of Kingston's Fort Henry National Historic Site on this 1.5-hour walking tour. With a guide, you'll hear spine-tingling tales of ghosts, deaths, and other dark events at this Canadian fort that dates back to the 1800s.
Calling all travelers fascinated by ghostly and gruesome histories, this haunted walking tour reveals Kingston’s historical monuments through the art of storytelling. A costumed guide leads you to the spookiest spots by lantern light and reveals chilling tales of grave robbing, restless souls, and tragic murders. Choose from start times to suit your schedule best.
With its Victorian-era architecture and heritage buildings, the city of Kingston is an atmospheric setting for a ghost tour. This trolley tour provides a less taxing and time-saving way to explore. Travel around spooky sites, including the Rockwood Asylum for the Criminally Insane and Fort Henry National Historic Site, by trolley. Disembark for a short stroll around the graves of Cataraqui Cemetery.
Food-loving visitors can get a good overview of Kingston’s vibrant food scene with this guided tour, which includes a diverse selection of restaurants and food venues in the downtown area. Stopping at several locations, you’ll get to sample a variety of savory and sweet bites. Along the way, hear the background behind the food and establishments, and about Kingston’s history and culture.
Hear the secret real-life ghost stories of Black Creek Pioneer Village on a 75-minute tour. After the sun goes down, follow your guide’s lantern around the spooky village. Learn about the frequently sighted Woman in Yellow, the strange happenings in the cemetery, and many other hair-raising tales. Admission to the village is conveniently included in the tour price.
Follow a cloaked and lantern-carrying guide on this ghost walking tour of the University of Toronto. Rumored to be a haunted place, the campus’ grand architecture and tree-lined paths are filled with ghoulish history. Get spooked by restless spirits, secret chambers, and disturbing love stories.