Welcome to The Haunted Walk

Ghost Tours & Paranormal Adventures

The outdoor tour that started it all! We share some of our most chilling ghost stories from the area and lead you by lantern light to some of the spookiest haunted spots, including the Bytown Museum, the Fairmont Château Laurier, and Ottawa’s haunted high school. You’ll never look at the city and these buildings the same again! A tried and true favourite for all ages. Cette visite est également disponible en français.

Next available: September 28, 2021
75 minutes
Adults $24.99, Youth (up to 14) $19.99

With tales of gruesome accidents, the perilous world of whiskey-making and the explosive War of 1812, you’ll quickly see why the area is known as one of Toronto’s most haunted spots. Join us as we stroll along the cobblestone streets of the historic Distillery District and area by lantern light on this outdoor tour. Cette visite est également disponible en français.

Next available: September 28, 2021
75 minutes
Adults $24.99, Youth (up to 14) $19.99

Haunting locals and newcomers alike, this ghost tour takes you for a spooky stroll through Kingston’s old Sydenham Ward. It features haunted hotels, hidden burial grounds, grave robbings, hangings at the old courthouse, and Kingston’s famous haunted courtyard. A tried and true favourite for all ages.

Next available: September 28, 2021
90 minutes
Adults $24.99, Youth (up to 14) $19.99

Try Being a Paranormal Investigator!

Become an honorary member of the Phantoms of Yore Paranormal Investigation Team. Use all the last ghost hunting equipment as you explore haunted historical locations – in the dark!

Updates

News & Haunted Talks Podcasts

Episode 108 - Field of Frights: Baseball Ghosts
We take you to the ballgame to share some of baseball’s spookiest stories & unique connections to the paranormal.
The Stone Tape Theory
Could ghosts be a looping echo from the past? We look at one of the most influential theories in paranormal research.
Episode 107 - Women in Horror
In the horror genre, women have often been relegated to playing innocent victims who suffer terrible violence in movies most often watched by young men. Dr. Amy Jane Vosper believes things are changing.