Experience chilling tales and ghostly encounters at The Haunted Walks at Upper Canada Village

Haunted Walks being offered at the historic Village on select evenings starting in July

Spine-tingling adventure awaits as Ghosts of Upper Canada Village Walking Tours by The Haunted Walk return to Upper Canada Village this summer. On select weekend evenings in July, August and early September, guests will have the rare opportunity to explore the historic pioneer Village after hours by lantern-light, delving into a spookier side of the Village’s history.

Haunted Walk Guide at Upper Canada Village

The Ghosts of Upper Canada Village Walking Tour promises a memorable experience, immersing participants in chilling tales and legends that have endured over the years. Led by knowledgeable guides, guests will wander through the darkened Village by lantern light, uncovering the secrets and supernatural stories that linger within the historic buildings.

While the majority of the tour takes place outdoors, attendees will have the chance to venture inside a selection of haunted structures along the way. From eerie ghostly apparitions to mysterious sounds and unexplained phenomena, this tour offers an evening of suspense, history, and paranormal encounters.

Operated by ghost tour and paranormal adventure experts, The Haunted Walk, tours must be booked through The Haunted Walk and online ticket purchases prior to arrival are recommended due to popularity.

As this tour often sells out, please be sure you have purchased your tickets online before heading to the Village.

For more spooky fun, check out The Haunted Walk’s Ghosts of Fort Henry experience, also running on select evenings throughout the summer.

About Upper Canada Village

Depicting life in a rural Canadian setting during the year 1866, Upper Canada Village is one of the largest living-history museums in Canada. It was founded in 1961 and features more than 40 historic buildings, many of which were moved to the Village from the “Lost Villages” to preserve them prior to the flooding for the St. Lawrence Seaway development project. Talented historical interpreters bring these buildings to life every day, recreating traditional trades, farming, music and 19th century social life – creating an immersive guest experience that makes every visit to the Village different from the last.

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