Are you afraid of Toronto's Ghosts?

Oct 18
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Where have ghosts been spotted in Toronto? What do ghost investigators do when exploring haunted sightings?

If you have asked yourself questions like these, consider attending a ghost tour to discover the haunted side of Toronto!

A ghost tour is the perfect way to learn about historic Toronto sites and the haunted stories behind them.  The Tour Guys is a group of local experienced tour guides that love what they do and take pride in sharing local information while entertaining those around them.

Skeptical about ghosts and the stories you've heard? Can science explain these historical hauntings, or are the stories true? The Fact or Fiction Ghost Tour is a free tour designed to educate and entertain anyone interested in the history of Toronto's hauntings.

During the month of October, the Tour Guys will take groups of people on a 90-minute outdoor walking tour of Toronto sharing information, theories, and even busting some known ghost stories. Each tour will begin outside Toronto City Hall at 60 Queen Street West and end near Ryerson University.

If you are looking for a fun night out and want to learn more about Toronto's haunted past, book your free tour now. Tours start at 8 p.m. when it's dark enough to enjoy; however, there are a few weekend tours available during daylight hours.

Remember all tours are exclusively outdoors and run rain or shine, so dress appropriate to the weather. If you will not be able to attend your reserved tour, please notify the Tour Guys immediately so your spot may be available for someone else.


Looking for a trendy costume this year? Park Property Management Ltd. has a list of some of 2017's most popular costume ideas:

  • Pennywise from the movie IT
  • Eleven from Stranger Things
  • Game of Thrones Jon Snow
  • Prisoner from Orange is the New Black
  • Rey or Finn from Star Wars
  • Hugh Hefner
  • Green Arrow

Find these and many other amazing costumes at Spirit Halloween or Theatrics Plus on Yonge Street just a short walk from our building on Isabella!

Happy Halloween!