A tour befitting "Canada's Most Haunted Town". Includes Angel Inn, Courthouse, Royal George Theatre and Prince of Wales Hotel. North America's oldest legend, mystery at the Apothecary and a house makes cameras go crazy. Séances, secrets and dark history.
Starts from The Ghost Walks Shop at 126 Queen Street in Niagara-on-the-Lake MORE INFO...
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About The Ghost Walks
Located at haunted locations selected for their mix of history and ghostly energy. With the best stories
and a chance at true paranormal experience.
Different themes from the city core, mansions, a secret society, a ghost town and even the haunted forest at night.
Featuring skillful storytellers reviving the art through tales of real ghosts, legends and dark history.
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Tours in Niagara-on-the-Lake & Hamilton, plus Special Events
Ghost Walks of Niagara-on-the-Lake
Includes the Angel Inn, Courthouse, Royal George Theatre and Prince of Wales Hotel.
With North America's oldest legend, a mystery at the Apothecary, a deathly first and only,
and the house that makes cameras go crazy.
Séances, secrets and dark history at the centre of the only war fought in Canada.
Starts from inside The Ghost Walks Gift Shop at 126 Queen Street in the heart of the historic district of Niagara-on-the-Lake
This tour, featuring the insane ghosts of Queen's Park, the biscuit King's secret life exposed by a ghost, a heroic entity of the theatre and the city's most famous legend embedded in a door for eternity
Stops at Queen's Park, Trinity College, the Hart House Theatre, University College, the Stewart Building and more!
Starting in front of Toronto's Legislative Building at Queen's Park
The darkest stories of crime, murder and public executions.
Starting from an alley behind the Radius. The tour ventures out to once historic places where dark energy hangs like storm clouds. We talk about the city's horrible reputation for excuting people, a suicide citizens wanted, and stand in the location our city's most violent assassination.
Shocking stories of murderess Evelyn Dick and the rise and fall of Canada's own Al Capone, Rocco Perri.