Every city block has a tale to tell, yet even the most skilled prosecutors can’t get buildings to talk. Be there when they spill the beans with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $21 for a Toronto’s Haunted Walk tour for two (up to a $42.37 value, including tax)
- $21 for a Ghosts and Spirits of Old Town tour for two (up to a $43.37 value, including tax)<p>
On the 90-minute walking tours, a cloaked figure leads groups through the city’s quiet streets by lantern light, pausing to recount tales of hauntings. Toronto’s Haunted Walk focuses on dark stories of public hangings, ghostly encounters at Mackenzie House, and more. The Ghosts and Spirits tour explores the city’s early days along the cobblestone streets of the Distillery District and St. Lawrence Market. The tours are fit for guests aged 6 and older.
The Haunted Walk departs from the Hockey Hall of Fame and the Ghosts and Spirits Tour from Segway of Ontario in The Distillery Historic District. Tour schedules change seasonally, but the Ghosts and Spirits Tour runs Tuesday–Saturday at 8 p.m. and the Haunted Walk runs at 9 p.m. daily.
Though Haunted Walk’s guides are well known for their theatrical flair, the tales they tell are not so well known. As they lead walking tours of Kingston, Ottawa, and Toronto, the guides unveil fascinating yet rarely told tales of each city’s dark side. Haunted Walk doesn't limit it tours to just the dark side – they also offer a unique Time Trail Travel Adventure tour. Steampunk-inspired tour guides lead participants on a wacky adventure through time and space by visiting the hidden secrets of the city's past, allowing them to witness reenacted historical scenes and even duel rival time travelers. Private tours are also available.
89% of 546 customers recommend
“Excellent walk and very interesting definitely a stop while visiting Ottawa ”
“Be prepared to walk a lot. Excellent story telling and historical info of the area.”
“Dress for the weather and wear shoes/boots that you are comfortable walking in. Tip the guides well! They work hard”