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You Can Go On A Haunted Walk At Black Creek Pioneer Village & It Sounds Terrifying

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Haunted Walk Through Black Creek Pioneer Village Lets You Learn Creepy Toronto History

Parts of Toronto have some deep dark secrets. Discover some of the 6ix's past on a haunted walk through Black Creek Pioneer Village this fall. 

Featuring a backdrop of some of the oldest buildings in the city, you can learn about the supernatural tales of one of Toronto's earliest settlements.

The tour through the grounds will let you learn about pioneers that once lived there and the ghosts that still do.

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The 75-minute experience even lets you hear about paranormal encounters that people have had on the actual tour.

Real-life ghost stories are exchanged as you stroll past the creepy buildings after dark on this bone-chilling ghost walk. 

Make sure to book your tickets in advance. Time slots can be reserved anywhere from 7:15 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

You can also choose other Toronto destinations to do the tours at, like at the Distillery District and even U of T.

To help with physical distancing, each tour will have no more than 12 people, or three social circles taken on at a time

Haunted Walk

Price: $30

When: By appointment only

Address: 1000 Murray Ross Pkwy., North York, ON 

Why You Need To Go: Hear ghost stories after dark in one of Toronto's earliest pioneer settlements.

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