Kingston Ghost & Mystery Trolley Tour
Ghost and Mystery Trolley Tour
Sir John A Macdonald is buried here in Kingston, but have you ever visited his grave? Wednesday through Sunday in October you can hop on the Ghost & Mystery Trolley tour for a nighttime stroll through the Cataraqui Cemetery.Posted by Kingston Trolley Tours on Saturday, 3 October 2015
Kingston Ghost and Mystery Trolley
Peer into Kingston’s mysterious and paranormal past on the Ghost and Mystery Trolley Tour.
The evening tour departs at 7:00pm and lasts 90 minutes: it takes you off the beaten path to Kingston’s lesser-known and difficult-to-access haunted spots. Hear stories from Kingston’s mysterious past from your tour guide, including some dating back 200 years.
- Downtown Kingston
- The Back of Fort Henry Hill and Deadman’s Bay
- The Cataraqui Cemetery and the Grave of Sir John A Macdonald
- The Rockwood Asylum
- Kingston Penitentiary
At the Cataraqui Cemetery you’ll have the opportunity to disembark for an evening stroll among notable graves - none more so than that of Canada’s First Prime Minister: Sir John A Macdonald.
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Kingston is one of the oldest cities in Ontario, and has amassed an impressive list of hauntings and mysterious stories: The horrors of Kingston Penitentiary, child deaths at Bellevue House, the fair maiden ghost of Cedar Island. What happened when graves were robbed in Skeleton Park and why one can still stumble upon them today? What is the peculiar story explaining why grass won’t grow at the foot of Sir John A. Macdonald’s tomb?
To find out, you’ll have to visit each site yourself! The Ghost & Mystery Trolley Tour departs at 7:00pm from the Kingston Visitor Information Centre, 209 Ontairo St.
Tickets for the ghost and mystery trolley tour are available online or by calling 613-549-5544. Or, visit Waterfront Gifts & Apparel at 248 Ontario St.
Purchase tickets at the Ticket Booth at #1 Brock Street, Kingston ON or purchase tickets online.