It’s time to explore the spooky pasts of Ontario. You can take a haunted trolley tour throughout the City of Kingston this fall and hear chilling ghost stories.
Being one of the oldest cities in the province, it has amassed an impressive list of haunting and mysterious stories. Some of these include child deaths at Bellevue House and the fair maiden ghost of Cedar Island.
Or, you can hear all about the graves that were robbed in Skeleton Park and the horrors of the Kingston Penitentiary.
Hop aboard the bright red trolley and spend 90-minutes unlocking the horrific past of this historic town.
Departing daily at 6:30 p.m. from May 21 until October 31, your tour will begin at the Kingston Visitor Information Centre before passing the Rockwood Asylum (which opened all the way back in 1878.)
Tickets are $39 per person and the company recommends that no one under 13 attends, due to the graphic nature of the stories.
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You can purchase a ticket on the Kingston Trolley’s website. If you’re a bit of a scaredy-cat the company hosts more than just the haunted trolley tour.
The City Trolley Tour is a 1-hour jaunt around downtown Kingston where you can learn about the three hundred years of history and see the top sights.
Tickets for this tour are $30 for an adult at $24 for children between the ages of 3 to 15. They depart daily at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m. from the months of April to October.
Looking for more to do this autumn season? You can check out Tipsy Theory’s latest guide on some of the best spots to pick apples throughout the province.
Or, you can keep an eye on Ontario Park’s fall colour map, so you know which hikes to go on to catch the perfect hues of red and orange.