Ruthven of Cayuga
Our rare tour inside a haunted mansion and featuring two graveyards at night.
First step inside the Thompson mansion. Stories of a playful little resident ghost and feelings of dread from old tradition. Once the home of a famous Canadian actor, and now his ghost.
Then step out to where a town once stood for true darkness. Walk right into the worker and family cemeteries. Featuring our fear of death, the founder’s revenge and possession at the family plot.
The scariest (aka best) way to experience this unique place!
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Facing to the Grand River & why Indiana existed
Location of many family gatherings, happy and tragic
The town graveyard at night to take lore, superstition and why we fear cemeteries
Adults . . . . . . . $15.04
Kids 13 & under . . . . $8.85
Seniors 60 & over . $11.50
+ HST Tax
FAQ & About Ruthven
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A focus on masterful storytelling and a reasonable price. We’ve put special attention into respecting the ghost story. This dedication to traditional styles mixes well with the natural (and only 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 for your group.
If a time is missing from the Book Now form, it means that tour time is fully booked and unavailable. If the date is missing, it means the entire Ghost Walk is sold out.
Indiana, Ontario (now Ruthven) is a ghost town unlike those with wooden structures along dusty roads, men with cowboy hats walking about on plank sidewalks. Canada’s ghost town is different.
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Little Bessie – –
During a historical tour a young girl wasn’t listening. They all listened to the guide, parents and daughter, as they went through the mansion. Amazing stories of how the Thompson’s lived and what they experienced. Then arriving at the grand staircase, the tour guide noticed the little girl focusing on the stairs.
She ignored it, continued on with the stories and forgot…