7 Haunted Spots In Ontario That You Need To Visit This Fall
You're in for a real scare!
Halloween may still be a few months away, but is it ever too early for a thrill-seeking adventure? We don't think so! If abandoned unusual places and unexplainable ghost sitings are what lights your fire, then theseare a must-see!
From paintball arenas to the Hockey Hall of Hame to literal prisons, we've got you covered. If you're a lover of all things creepy and unusual, you need to check out this list of the most haunted places in Ontario.
Prince Edward Heights
Price: $20 paintball sessions
Address: 204 Kingsley Rd., Picton, Ontario
Why You Need To Go: How can paintball be that scary, you ask? This spooky spot in Picton, Ontario, was converted from military barracks into a hospital for the mentally disabled in the 1970s. Visitors have reported unidentified screams, floating orbs, and random cold spots throughout the building. Today, the former hospital operates as, but the creepy vibe has never quite left the building.
Price: $23.99 tours
Address: 1 Fort Henry Dr., Kingston, Ontario
Why You Need To Go: It's believed that many of the soldiers once stationed at the infamous Fort Henry never left. Visitors have reported numerous ghost sightings and eerie feelings when touring the spooky grounds. If you're feeling brave, book a late-night visit on the Haunted Tours website.
Price: $35 tours
Address: 560 King St. W., Kingston, Ontario
Why You Need To Go: Home to many infamous Canadian criminals in its day, you can now tour the closed-down Kingston Pen - if you're brave enough that is! While the entire prison has an eerie feel, a number of visitors have also reported seeing past inmates haunting the hallways.
The Guild Inn Estates
Address: 201 Guildwood Pkwy., Scarborough, Ontario
Why You Need To Go: The Guild Inn has served a number of purposes in its lifetime, from a hotel to a college and even a military hospital at one point. Visitors have reported sudden changes in temperature, ghost sightings, and unexplainable noises. Today, the once-abandoned building serves as a popular wedding venue and was featured in Drake's "Headlines" music video. For $29.95, you can visit the building for unlimited brunch on Sundays. And who knows, maybe you'll spot a ghost too!
Address: Merritton, St. Catherines, Ontario
Why You Need To Go: Also known as the Blue Ghost Tunnel, this spooky spot is reputedly home to numerous ghosts, as visitor accounts would imply. From reports of feeling pushed into the tunnel, faint crying sounds, and an unexplainable blue mist, Merritton Tunnel is sure to leave you with goosebumps!
The Tivoli Theatre
Address: 108 James St. N, Hamilton, Ontario
Why You Need To Go: While the main part of this abandoned theatre tragically collapsed years ago, the back building still remains. Used today as a place for legal graffiti, many reports claim to have seen the theatre's resident ghosts still lurking in the area. You can learn more about the theatre, visit Hamilton's old insane asylum, and more on the Hamilton Ghost Bus Tours.
Hockey Hall Of Fame
Price: $20 admission
Address: 30 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario
Why You Need To Go: Way back in the early 1950s before it became the Hockey Hall of Fame, this building used to be a Bank of Montreal. Reportedly, one of the bank tellers shot herself with a revolver at work and still haunts the building today. Some visitors say they've seen a woman with long, dark hair wandering the halls, while others claim to have heard her sobbing. Further accounts of footsteps and flickering lights have been enough to spook visitors throughout the years.