Travel along Broadway hearing stories of haunted places and why they may be lingering there.
7-9:00pm. Meet @ Mb Legislature,
No Bldgs Entered
June 11, 26
July 10, 21
August 6, 21
September 18, 24
Or Call to book a date
Explore this old fort built in the early 1800s, this place has been used as a fur trading post, penitentiary and asylum with a plethora of spirits to contact!
7-10pm Meet @
Lower Fort Garry Admin bldg
Explore and experience this building in a new way and be blown away by the mysteries embedded within its walls!
10:00-Noon. Meet @ Mb Legislature,
TBA Building not available due to Covid 19
A beautiful and scenic tour in Brookside Cemetery, join us as we visit the “famous, infamous and notorious” that are laid to rest here.
7-8:30pm Meet @
3001 Notre Dame Ave,
June 5, 26, 10am
July 5, 20, 7pm
Aug 15, 28, 10am
Author & Creator Matthew Komus offer an exciting tour
Be escorted through the dark streets of Winnipeg’s Exchange District by a
shady guide to see and hear about some of Winnipeg’s most haunted buildings.
All outside, $15 adults
7-8:30pm Meet @ The Cube in Old Market Square. (Located at King St. and Bannatyne Ave.)
Bring extra $20 for Matthew's book on ghosts in Wpg
As of Monday Sept 28 group max is 9 people
Follow this victim of the gallows, if you dare, and you will hear stories of true crime and punishment Winnipeg style, ghost stories and other nasty tales
7-8:30pm. Meet @ 123 Main St
June 10, 25
July 7, 23, 31
Aug 12, 18, 27
September 16, 23
Built in 1895 for Premier Hugh J. MacDonald, explore Dalanvert Museum from top to bottom and participate in experiments to see if you too can connect with those on the other side!
7-10pm Meet @ 61 Carlton St
Explores Winnipeg’s connection to several notorious and violent criminals who passed through this city and how they met their fate at the end of the rope.
Call to book a date
This tour covers stories of tavern owners, ladies of the night the booze trade and everything in between! You'll find out why we were known as the Wickedest Town in the Dominion between 1860-1910.
7-8:30pm. Meet @ 100 Arthur St.
June 12, 24
July 9, 24
August 4, 20
Sept 17, 25
Walk through downtown and hear about how this prairie city became the Chicago of the North, the Heart of the Continent and how we lost it all.
Meet @ 123 Main St
May 29 ,10 am
June 19, 10 am
July 10, 10am
Aug 8, 10am
Or Call to book your own date
Get the goods on wild women who challenged the status quo and made history, changing the future for those who followed.
May 12, 7pm
June 19, 1pm
July 6, 7pm
July 24, 11am
August 5, 7pm
August 21, 11am
September 4, 11am
Stroll along and learn about early medicine, plagues and diseases of early Canada, First Nations medicines and stories about doctors who faced unique challenges.
10:00-Noon. Meet @ 123 Main St