Montreal’s Super Scary Old Port “Ghost Tour” You Gotta Do With Your Friends This Halloween

Halloween is creeping ever closer, friends, and you know what that means.

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It means candy, costumes, spooks, and seriously good times. And one of the best ways to ensure that you have a good time this Halloween? By going on a walking tour.

But not just any walking tour.

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A haunted one.

As we all know, Montreal's past is seriously rich and nuanced, with much of it centering around what is today known as Old Montreal. Which just so happens to make it the perfect spot in the city for creepy sights and haunty vibes. (Also, haunty is not a word, but let's just go with it).

And if you're down to discover all the ghosts and paranormal creatures hiding in every nook and cranny, then have I got some good news for you.

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Fantomes Montreal Ghosts is a Montreal business that often host haunted tours, such as Ghost Hunts and Ghost Walks, of Old Montreal/the Old Port.

For this Halloween day, they're hosting a Ghost Walk and Dark Encounters tour through Old Montreal, which promises to be fun, informative, and spooky AF.

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Tickets go for $25 for adults, and the event on Halloween day starts at 8:30. There are other tours being offered throughout the week, as well.

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If this sounds like your perfect Halloween event, check out Fantomes Montreal Ghosts' website for more information.

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