Starting in front of Toronto’s Old City Hall
Many ghost stories of Toronto’s most haunted places
Including embarrassed judges seeing ghosts, a secret haunt hidden by progress, with a couple chased out by ghosts and the morgue attendant dying to stay.
Stops at the Mackenzie House, St. Michael’s Hospital, Massey Hall, the
Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre & more!
Old City Hall
Impressive starting location at a beautiful historic wonder
The first concert hall named after the city’s noble family
E & WG Theatre
The Elgin & Winter Garden is the world’s only double-decker. A one-of-a-kind home for ghosts.
Adults . . . . . . . $15.04
Kids 13 & under . . . . $6.19
Seniors 60 & over . $13.27
+ HST Tax
FAQ & About Toronto
Tour is approximately 75 minutes
This tour is outdoors unless otherwise stated. The locations featured are closed at night or unable to accommodate tour groups. The Mackenzie House is open as a museum during the day. Massey Hall, The Ed Mirvish and Elgin & Winter Garden Theatres are open for events. For indoor Ghost Walks near Toronto, see Hamilton’s Scottish Rite of Freemasonry
The rebel of Toronto became its first mayor. William Lyon Mackenzie organized the Rebellion of 1837, trying to overthrow the Upper Canada government. He failed and fled. He eventually returned, to politics and eventually his home on Bond Street. He died there but might have never left (ghost stories on Toronto Centre).
The Old City Hall
built in 1899 at an amazing $2.5 million. Its creation justified as an impressive City Hall and main Courthouse. Remains a courthouse to this day and its ghosts are featured on Toronto Centre.
is Canada’s oldest concert hall. Opened in 1894. Was built by wealthy industrialist Hart Massey of the locally famous family. Named in honour of his son Charles A Massey who died of Typhoid Fever. The ghost stories of Massey Hall featured on Toronto Centre
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