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.

| COVID-19 Guidelines |

Please wear walking shoes and dress for the weather. Our guide will be using a mic system and there is ample space so please social distance (2 meters between different groups) at all times.

Please arrive 5-10 minutes early to give yourself enough time for parking and to walk to the meeting spot.


We ask that everyone remember to social distance (2 meters between different groups) while on the tour and we encourage you to bring/wear a mask.
Cancellation Policy 2020
We understand that during these COVID times things are unpredictable and are changing so we are able to offer these change and cancellation policy options.
  • If you book and are unable to attend we will be offering full refunds 24 hours in advance of the tour start time you booked.
  • If you completely missed or were unable to attend the tour you booked there is NO refund as space is limited for every tour, HOWEVER, you CAN use your ticket for a different night of the 2021 Season.

Spring 2021 Ghost Tours in Old Strathcona

A ghostly walk through Old Strathcona, where we stop in front of certain buildings, 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. The Old Strathcona Ghost Tour is 1 hour long.

Where: 10322 83rd Ave Edmonton, AB (Meet in front of Rescue Statue directly next to the Walterdale Theater)

When: Please arrive at 6:45pm. Tour starts at 7pm.

2021 Spring Dates:

March 31st
April 1,2,3
April 7,8,9,10
April 14,15,16,17
April 21,22,23,24
April 28,29,30
May 1st
May 5,6,7,8
May 12,13,14,15
May 19,20,21,22
May 26,27,28,29
Adult Ticket (16+)
Includes Eventbrite Fee
Kids (15 and younger)
Includes Eventbrite Fee
* Due to Covid-19 all groups will be smaller and social distancing measures are required as per ASH guidelines.
We also encourage all participants to wear a mask.

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. The UofA History & Haunted Hike Tour is 1 hour and 15 minutes long.

2021 Dates Coming Soon

Join us for a spooky and historical ride on the High Level Bridge Trolley as we travel through the Old Strathcona area and over the High-level Bridge as the sun sets over Deadmonton.  Hear the horrible history of the area and some of Old Strathcona and Edmonton’s most spooky and gruesome ghost stories.  Hear about the ghosts that still wander around the Arts Barns, the Spanish Flu victims from the UofA, the ghosts from the original construction of the High-level Bridge and many more deadly tails.

2021 Dates Coming Soon

Join us for a Haunted Pub Walk in historic Old Strathcona, as we weave our way through the dark streets and back alleys of Old Strathcona visiting 2 haunted pubs on this 1.5 hour walking adventure visiting the areas most unique and “best hidden” pubs. You will hear about the history of the pub, the building and the true ghostly and non-ghostly tales of hauntings, murder, mystery, love & more.

2021 Dates Coming Soon

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.