Edmonton Ghost Tours

EDMONTON GHOST TOURS is dedicated to bringing Edmonton’s past back to life in a thrilling and often exhilarating new way. Too often, history, especially Canadian history, is presented as being dry and boring. Not for us! We believe that exploring our city’s past is a fun and exciting way to spend an evening either on your own or with family and friends.

All tours are outside and walking, so please dress for the weather. All tours go ahead rain or shine.

A ghostly walk through Old Strathcona, where we stop in front of certain building, houses, and shops that have reported ghosts, hauntings, murders, and mysteries. They are all true stories that come from area residents and business owners. The tours are hosted by a veteran storyteller with 12 years of experience. Held all summer long, the tours are a great outing for the whole family.

Special Date Info: No Tours July 31 - Aug 6, 2018. Tours will resume the week of Aug 7, 2018.
Reservations: Not Required
Payment Options: $10 Cash@Event/$11.32 Online Payment (Eventbrite)
Rendezvous: 9pm@10322-83rd Avenue (Rescuer Statue)

When they talk about the "Wild Wild West", they are talking about Whyte Avenue in Old Strathcona! If you could take a trip back in time, you'd see dirt streets with horses and wagons hitched in front of the saloon while cowboys and gunslingers took their business inside. If stories of old grab your fancy, then grab your pistols and join us on a 1.5 hour walking adventure through Old Strathcona for stories of the most infamous Whyte Avenue saloons and the colourful characters that frequented them.

Special Date Info: No Tours July 31 - Aug 6, 2018. Tours will resume the week of Aug 7, 2018.
Reservations: 
Required
Payment: 
$27.39 Online Payment (Eventbrite)
Age Restrictions: 18+ w/ Photo ID & Liability Waiver & Release Form
Drinks: Not Included
Rendezvous: 7pm@10322-83rd Avenue (Rescuer Statue)

Learn about the Saints & Sinners of Old Strathcona, as we weave our way through the dark streets, back alleys and pubs of Old Strathcona. During this 1.5 hour walking adventure, we will visit and learn stories from the areas most unique pubs.

Special Date Info: No Tours July 31 - Aug 6, 2018. Tours will resume the week of Aug 7, 2018.
Reservations: 
Required
Payment: 
$27.39 Online Payment (Eventbrite)
Age Restrictions: 18+ w/ Photo ID & Liability Waiver & Release Form
Drinks: Not Included
Rendezvous: 7pm@10322-83rd Avenue (Rescuer Statue)

Your six sense is a psychic ability or (in more down-to-earth terms) a gut feeling that helps you understand the world. Chances are you have had a run-in with your six sense...whether you knew it or not. Join us as we wander around Old Strathcona, become more in touch with your own abilities and see what happens as our “ psychic ” leads us on this walk. This is not a tour and we are never sure where we will end up. We will visit know haunted locations to see what we can discover!

Special Date Info: No Tours July 31 - Aug 6, 2018. Tours will resume the week of Aug 7, 2018.
Reservations: 
Required
Payment: 
$38.10 Online Payment (Eventbrite)
Rendezvous: 7pm@10322-83rd Avenue (Rescuer Statue)

A little education can be a ghastly business! The University of Alberta, a center for academics and higher learning, has more than its fair share of ghosts, urban legends, and unexplained events. We will explore the history of the University of Alberta, how it began and the many important historical figures. We will also hear about the U of A’s many ghosts including; the little boy at The Rutherford House, the scientist who is still seen walking the halls of the Power Plant and many, many more.

Special Date Info: No Tours July 31 - Aug 6, 2018. Tours will resume the week of Aug 7, 2018.
Reservations: 
Not Required
Payment: 
$15 Cash@Event/$16.68 Online Payment (Eventbrite)
Rendezvous: 7pm@Infront (Outside) of Rutherford House | 11153 Saskatchewan Drive

A number of images used on our website are from the City of Edmonton Archives, a public research facility housing civic government and private records documenting Edmonton's history.  They are located in the Prince of Wales Armouries Heritage Centre and are open to visitors.