Trolley of Terror

Tours have ended for 2018, but we will be back in 2019! Please check back in March for updated times and pricing! 

In 1923, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle—the creator of Sherlock Holmes and an expert in paranormal activity—visited Winnipeg and dubbed our city one of the best places in the world for its ‘great psychic potential’. Join us on the Trolley of Terror Haunted Tour to discover the otherworldly spirits and disturbing stories that left him so convinced.

Visit the sites of some of the bloodiest battles and most gruesome executions of the early Canadian West, whose spectral victims are still seen roaming our streets; learn about the local doctor who became one of the world’s foremost experts in communicating with the dead in the early 1900s; hear the story of Winnipeg’s one-day German invasion during World War II; and much more.

More than just ghosts, this tour is filled with UFOs, Nazis, and other creepy creatures—so come find out what lurks in Winnipeg’s shadows!

Tour includes guided narration onboard the trolley and stops at:

  • Dalnavert National Historic Site, an eerily beautiful 19th century home;
  • Seven Oaks House Museum, the oldest—and most haunted!—house in Winnipeg; and
  • A local brewery or distillery, where guests can relax and enjoy a drink (details coming soon).


Tours have ended for 2018, but we will be back in 2019! Please check back in March for updated times and pricing! 

Each tour runs approximately two hours.
Tours depart from in front of The Forks Market (1 Forks Market Road) at The Forks.
Click HERE for a map and to find directions from your hotel. |

Tour Times

June 15th to October 31st
Thursday: 7:30 pm
Times are subject to change.
Please check our current schedule.

Ticket Information

General Admission (includes a drink): Pricing Coming Soon!
Dry Run (no drink): Pricing Coming Soon!

Minors permitted, but prohibited from consuming alcohol.
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