It’s time for a paranormal excursion through Ontario’s haunted history. The Ghost and Mystery Trolley Tour takes you on a whirlwind after-dark adventure through Kingston’s spooky past.
As one of Ontario’s oldest cities, Kingston has had many mysterious events and ghostly encounters throughout the years.
On this 90-minute evening tour, you’ll board a historic trolley and visit “notable sites and notorious neighbourhoods that played a ghostly role in Kingston’s early history,” says the description.
Learn all about the mysteries that still haunt Kingston’s historic destinations to this day.
The trolley tour will take you to some of the most chilling spots in and around the city — Fort Henry Hill, The Rockwood Asylum, and Kingston Penitentiary.
The tour begins at the Kingston Visitor Information Centre and will whisk you away to the creepy Rockwood Asylum
“Opened in 1878 and surviving until 2000 under various names, this building hides a century of dark and unanswered history,” says Kingston Trolley Tours about the asylum.
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You’ll also see a different side of downtown Kingston after nightfall and learn all about the spine-chilling tales that echo through its streets.
Given the nature of this spooky trolley ride, this experience is not suited for children under the age of 13.
Kingston Trolley Tours offers excursions during the day that are suitable for the whole family.
But, if you’re brave enough to discover what kinds of sinister secrets are lurking in the shadows of this historic city, the Ghost and Mystery Trolley awaits.
When: Daily at 6:30 PM until October 31st, 2023
Where: Kingston Visitor Information Centre, 209 Ontario Street
Cost: $44 per person