The Haunted Walk Of Toronto
- Address: 56 The Esplanade #305A, Toronto, ON M5E 1A6, Canada
- Ticket Price: Free
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0.03% of people who visit Toronto include The Haunted Walk Of Toronto in their plan
95% of people start their The Haunted Walk Of Toronto visit around 1 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see The Haunted Walk Of Toronto
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Haunted Walk Of Toronto
People normally also visit Royal Ontario Museum while planning their trip to The Haunted Walk Of Toronto.
So much fun! We've lived near the city for years but have never done the haunted walk. Lots of cool places to visit, and the background into the haunted history is really interesting!
Our tour guide, Basil, was outstanding. He was very knowledgeable and friendly. My daughter and I learned a lot about the history of Toronto. The haunted stories from the past were fascinating.
Margo has a great personality and manner for the Haunted Walk (at Pioneer Village)! Interesting stories alongside interesting facts made for a nice precursor to our Seance with Jaymes White.
Expected to go inside the places we stood outside of. Boring af
We had a great time on the Time Travel Tour! Edwin was our guide and he did a fantastic job setting the scene for the tour. We got to learn a lot of Toronto history in a fun way, play games, and maybe even save the entire time-space continuum. Definitely recommended for fans of a certain long running British science fiction show, or anyone looking for a walking tour with a fun, quirky premise.