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This Trolley Ghost Tour Takes You To Phantom-Filled Spots In Ontario & It's Truly Haunting

Climb aboard if you dare! You can ride a bright red trolley through the historic streets of Kingston Ontario and discover ghostly secrets about the city's past.

The Kingston Trolley Ghost & Mystery Tour runs until the end of October, and you can visit some lesser-known areas and spooky sites that are believed to be haunted.

The 90-minute journey includes stops like Fort Henry and the Kingston Penitentiary as well as Rocheleau Court, where you'll learn about one of the city's most active ghosts, Teresa Beam, who is said to be buried in the alleyway.

You may experience some paranormal activities for yourself along the way. Visitors have reported strange and unexplainable shadows in their photos from the trolley tour.

Reservations are recommended in advance, so if you're feeling brave, book a spot on this spooky trolley for a chilling fall adventure.

Ghost & Mystery Trolley

Price: $36 per person

When: Until the end of October, 2021

Address: 209 Ontario St., Kingston, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore the dark side of Kingston on this spooky trolley tour which takes you to truly haunted spots.


Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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