Old Montreal Ghost Walking Tour
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
Follow your guide, an expert storyteller, through Old Montreal to discover haunted places where Montreal’s dark, gruesome history unfolds. As you explore the city streets in search of notorious criminals and villains, you’ll hear fascinating stories about crimes, hangings, fires, witchcraft and mysterious phenomena that stump even ghost experts.
Ultimate Ghost Hunt (Fri)
Paired up in teams with your fellow travelers, you’ll be given a map of the local area and sent off to hunt ghosts! Scour the streets in search of ghosts of famous criminals, villains and heroes.
Relive the most infamous crimes in Montreal's history and unveil the city’s hidden secrets, from hangings to torture to slavery. Fascinating tales and encounters await you!
You’ll also encounter real-life ‘ghosts’ -- historical figures played by professional comedians -- who’ll entertain you with spooky enactments of Montreal’s haunted history, as well as their own demise. This is an experience like no other!
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Tours depart from Old Montreal
6:30pm (Oct 26, 27, 30 and 31 only)
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Traditional Ghost Walk, departing at 8:30pm
Ultimate Ghost Hunt
Ultimate Ghost Hunt, departing at 8:30pm.
See the Spooky Side of Montreal
- 1.5-hour ghost tour
- Local guide
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not recommended for children under 12
Reviewed by: Michelle B, September 2012
The Montreal Ghost Tour was amazing!! Our guide was very wonderful and he did an amazing job explaining it all to us! I would have liked to do both tours, but we had to leave the next day! I will do this tour again, and would recommend it to anyone!
Reviewed by: Sandra S, Canada, August 2010