Niagara’s Dark History
Only dark and strange stories of Canada’s Prettiest Town, Niagara-on-the-Lake
Featuring the true villain of the 1813 burning, a disgruntled British politician. The disappearance that almost ended Freemasonry, a lover’s public execution and standing up to slavery turns to violence.
With a leisurely walk through Ontario’s oldest cemetery, stories of Niagara’s daredevils and see a hidden historic fort.
|| UPCOMING TOUR | Dates coming soon!
Centre of town for story of burning
A nice walk into St. Mark’s Cemetery
Mouth of the Niagara River
Adults . . . . . . . $12
Kids (13&un) . . . . $7
Seniors (60&ov) . . $9
+ HST Tax
This is a new tour. Check reviews for our Ghost Walks at…
A focus on masterful storytelling and a reasonable price. We’ve put special attention into respecting history with dedication to traditional styles mixes well with only interesting and 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. This depends on night and time of year. Find out by Making Contact. Make sure to mention the number of people and desired date for your group.
This is an outdoor tour starting inside the Ghost Walks’ Gift Shop. And featuring a stop in the picturesque Gazebo.