Toronto North

Starting in front of the building at Queen’s Park
Many ghost stories of Toronto’s most haunted places

With insane ghosts, a scandal exposed by a spirit, why students are scared to wander the
halls at Halloween, a hero ghost & the city’s most famous legend embedded for eternity

Stops at the Christie Mansion, Trinity College, the Hart House Theatre,
University College, the Stewart Building & more!


Queen's Park

Ontario’s government building.  Serious people, serious ghosts

Hart House

First little theatre in Canada with a hero ghost


University College

History embedded for generations and Toronto’s best legend

Building at Queen’s Park

1 Queen’s Park Crescent East
(at George Brown statue)
Toronto, On, Canada


Adults . . . . . . . $15.04
Kids 13 & under . . . . $6.19
Seniors 60 & over . $13.27
+ HST Tax

Booking Information of Toronto North

Available as Private Walk only

group bookings available for this tour

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FAQ & About Toronto

Tour is approximately 75 minutes

Yes! If you have a group of 8 or more people, we may be able to provide a discount (depending on night and time of year). To find out, Contact Us, mention the number of people and desired date.

This tour is outdoors unless otherwise stated. The locations featured are closed at night or unable to accommodate tour groups. Queen’s Park is open to the public during the day.  For indoor Ghost Walks near Toronto, see Hamilton’s Scottish Rite of Freemasonry

Toronto became the capital of Ontario in 1867. The Legislative Building at Queen’s Park would be built in 1893.  The haunting stories of Queen’s Park are featured on Toronto North

The University of Toronto started as King’s College in 1827 with a Greek style building that used to stand where Queen’s Park is today. University College is oldest (and most impressive) existing building. Famous graduates include…

  1. PM William Lyon Mackenzie King
  2. Director David Cronenberg
  3. SNL Producer Lorne Michaels
  4. Michael Ondaatje, author of The English Patient
  5. …and David Letterman’s bandleader Paul Shaffer!

Their famous legend is featured on Toronto North

The Hart House Theatre

is Canada’s oldest “little theatre”. Opened in 1919 by the locally famous Massey’s led by Hart. Would launch the passions of many Canadian talents, including Donald Sutherland, William B. Davis, SNL’s Lorne Michaels and Oscar nominated actor, and Hart Massey’s grandson. The theatre’s heroic ghost is featured on Toronto North


I'm a paranormal enthusiast since founding Haunted Hamilton back in 1999. Started with Hamilton's Bellevue Mansion (2000) and been hooked ever since. Left HH in 2012 to focus on my passion, the Ghost Walks. I love telling the stories of witnesses, and from the past, with the goal of proving ghosts are real.

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