It’s time to learn about the haunting past of the region. One Niagara winery is hosting a spooky ghost tour this October.
Henry of Pelham is hosting their first-ever spooky tour on Sunday, October 30 from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
With such a rich history, there are bound to be a few skeletons in this estate’s closet. And you’ll be able to learn all about them this Halloween season.
You’ll start the night with four 2oz samples of some of their most popular wines. The drinks will be paired with some creepy snacks to help get you into the holiday spirit.
Then, you’ll take a tour of their grounds, where you’ll learn all about the history of the estate. The event will happen rain or shine, so dress for the weather (it will also take place over uneven ground and mud, so wear proper footwear.)
Tickets for the ghost tour are on sale through the Niagara winery website. They are $39.95 per person and Wine Club Members can get a $10 discount.
If you’re looking for more fall activities to do at this winery, they are also hosting a Cozy, Fall Pop-Up on Sunday, October 16.
From 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. you can shop from local vendors, sip on wine, listen to live music and more.
Some local vendors you’ll be able to spot include Sarah’s Soaps, Mother’s Touch Candles, Bella Buddha Beads and Knot Really Art.
Henry of Pelham isn’t the only Niagara spot that has a haunted past. You can read Tipsy Theory’s past article that outlines six Ontario vineyards that have spooky stories.
Or, you can also check out our list of the six most haunted bars in the province that you need to visit this fall, some are right here in Niagara.