Take a tour through Kingston’s mysterious past on the Ghost and Mystery Trolley. This 90-min evening tour takes you off the beaten path to notable sites and notorious neighbourhoods that played a ghostly role in Kingston’s early history.
Tour past Kingston’s spookiest sites and neighbourhoods:
• Downtown Kingston
• Fort Henry Hill
• The Rockwood Asylum
• Kingston Penitentiary
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? Why can one stumble upon them today? Find out for yourself.
This experience is best suited for guests 13+ due to the graphic/sensitive nature of the content discussed on board. Due to limited aisle space, please note that strollers will not be permitted, unless the unit is lightweight and fully collapsible.
Depart from Downtown Kingston
Your tour begins at the Kingston Visitor Information Centre, centrally located at 209 Ontario St.
Opened in 1878 and surviving until 2000 under various names, this building hides a century of dark and unanswered history.
After learning about Kingston, set sail for the world-famous 1000 Islands! Save when you bundle a cruise and trolley tour together.Ask Us How!
Departing daily at 6:30pm from May 13 to October 31. All Prices plus HST. Click "Get Tickets" for real-time availability and departure schedule.