Original Haunted Walk of Ottawa

Experience the 90-minute walking tour of Ottawa that has been captivating visitors and locals alike for more than 20 years. The Original Haunted Walk is led by the best of local storytellers, dramatists, and amateur historians, sharing some of the most hair-raising and spine-chilling real-life ghost stories from the area. Follow along as they lead the way by lantern light to their favorite haunted spots.
* Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
* Starts: Ottawa, Canada
* Trip Category: Cultural & Theme Tours >> Ghost & Vampire Tours




Experience the 90-minute walking tour of Ottawa that has been captivating visitors and locals alike for more than 20 years. The Original Haunted Walk is led by the best of local storytellers, dramatists, and amateur historians, sharing some of the most hair-raising and spine-chilling real-life ghost stories from the area. Follow along as they lead the way by lantern light to their favorite haunted spots.

Itinerary
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Stop At: Haunted Walk of Ottawa, 46 1/2 Sparks St, Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5A8 Canada

This tour departs from the Haunted Walks ticket office, located just steps from Parliament Hill in Downtown Ottawa.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Rideau Canal National Historic Site, Ottawa, Ontario K7A 2A8 Canada

The 90-minute storytelling adventure will surprise, amaze, and delight even the most skeptical in the group. Along the way, hear a number of stories. Find out about the tragic connection between the Titanic and the Fairmont Chateau Laurier; why the Rideau Canal (a Unesco World Heritage Site) is believed to be haunted by 1,000 workers who died during the construction; and Ottawa’s infamously haunted high school.

Also, learn about a Canadian solider who was saved from certain death by the intervention of a deceased family member. And discover why Ottawa’s oldest building seems to be its most haunted.

The tour ends where it began, with souvenirs and refreshments available for purchase.

Duration: 30 minutes