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Haunted Walk of Kingston is where it all began! Haunted Walks Inc. specializes in creating and sharing extraordinary experiences. We are best known for our award-winning evening walking tours by lantern-light of local ghost stories and darker history. Our tour guides delivery a wide variety of unique walking tours in Kingston, Ottawa and Toronto, Ontario.
Some of our local tours (check our web site for specific times and availability).
The Original Haunted Walk of Kingston (Feb – Nov)
Haunting locals and newcomers alike, this tour takes you 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.
The Haunted Walk Experience at Fort Henry (Apr – Sept)
As seen on Ghost Hunters, explore Fort Henry, Kingston’s spooky 19th century fortress, as your guide recounts its tragic history, including the hanging of Nils Von Schoultz, the secret of Deadman’s Bay, and many supernatural encounters! Special late night tours available on select evenings.
In the Dark at Murney Tower: A Haunted Challenge
October 18, 19 & 20, 2019
Have you ever wanted to be a ghost hunter? Here is your chance! Join our good friends at Phantoms of Yore and take part in a small-group investigation of one of Kingston’s landmark sites – Murney Tower! You will be trained on investigative equipment and provided two hand-held IR cameras to record your adventure. You will then enter the Tower for your challenge. The footage of your paranormal investigation will be reviewed by Phantoms of Yore and the best clips will be released over social media in November. What will the Tower’s spirits have in store for you?
The Haunted Walk Experience at Upper Canada Village (June – August)
We will lead you through the darkened pioneer village, sharing chilling tales about Upper Canada’s darker history and the ghosts that may still linger in some of the buildings on-site today. This unique opportunity to see Upper Canada Village after the lights go out will only be available on select days this summer.