Our classic one-of-a-kind tour into the haunted forest at night. It’s all starts in the rarely opened gatehouse before abandoning light for darkness.
Down a short path to the hidden place with much history, legends and ghosts. Featuring stories of a doomed coachman, shadows following the tour, experiences over generations and Ancaster’s infamous legend.
Tour includes free parking ($10 value)
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Hermitage Ruins Prices
Adults . . . . . . . $16.00
Kids 13 & under . . . . $13.00
+ HST Tax / No Hidden Fees!
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FAQ & About Hermitage Ruins
A focus on masterful storytelling at a reasonable price (with no hidden fees!). We’ve put special attention into respecting the ghost story. A dedication to traditional styles mixed with natural (and interesting) odd history. It’s been our specialty since 2003.
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 Make Contact with us and mention the number of people and desired date of your group.
When a date or time slot is missing in the Booking… If a missing time, that tour time is sold out. A missing date, means the entire night is sold out.
No. There was a connection a few years back for promotion only. Ended in 2012. All Hamilton based, and other tours, originated from our same love of ghost stories starting with Downtown Hamilton in 2003.
Yes. We are very limited on space for tours (2020/21). Advance bookings allows us to guarantee spots for you, and book in additional guides if needed.
The Hermitage RuinsThe ruins of an old mansion exist in the historic town of Ancaster (now part of Hamilton). For generations countless thrill-seekers have visited in search of ghosts. Home to the paranormal but also dark ritual. Maybe that’s why the land is cursed!
Cursed NatureYou don’t need to be psychic to feel it. When walking up the hill towards the ruins. A heaviness weighs down on you. Adults can push these dreadful feelings aside, say it doesn’t exist. Animals are different, possessing a sixth sense we’ve lost with evolution. On conservation land, but animals stay away from the path and ruins.
The Legend of Lover’s LaneMaybe it begins with a legend. Known in this region simply as “Lover’s Lane”. So famous, there’s a street named after it…
Groups capped at 14-16 people with social distancing and masks are required during the tour.