You Can Take A Trolley Ride To Creepy Haunted Places In Ontario This Fall
Climb aboard if you dare! 👻
All aboard! You can hop on a trolley ride in Ontario and it will take you creepy haunted locations. If you’re in need of a thrill this Halloween season, the Ghost And Mystery Trolley in Kingston is your ticket to a haunting good time.
Kingston, one of Ontario’s oldest cities, is home to numerous spooky historic spots.
Luckily for you, you can check a bunch of these ghostly destinations off of your bucket list in one day from the comfort of a big red trolley.
The 90-minute evening tour takes you to some lesser-known and hard to access locations in Kingston.
While you ride, you’ll hear mysterious ghost stories about the area, some of which date back 200 years.
Your tour will take you through downtown and to The Cataraqui Cemetery.
There you will have the chance to get off the trolley and explore famous gravesites including Sir John A Macdonald’s.
Other stops include The Back of Fort Henry Hill and Deadman’s Bay, The Rockwood Asylum, and The Kingston Penitentiary.
You can expect to hear about scary mysteries like why grass won’t grow at the base of Sir John A. Macdonald’s tomb and the tale of the fair maiden ghost of Cedar Island.
As an added bonus, you’ll see some stunning fall foliage along your journey.
The Ghost and Mystery Trolley departs daily at 6 p.m. until Thanksgiving weekend.
Tickets cost $35 and can be pre-purchased online.
At the time of writing, face masks are required for this adventure.
So if you're long overdue for an old fashioned ghost story paired with a haunted adventure, then it might be time to climb aboard this trolley. If you dare.
Ghost And Mystery Trolley Tours
When: Daily until October 30
Address: 248 Ontario St, Kingston, ON
Why You Need To Go: Make the most of Halloween season with a scenic trolley ride to some of Kingston's spookiest spots.