A Haunted Tour is Coming to Mississauga
With Halloween just around the corner (how did that happen so fast?), you might be thinking about partaking in some spooky activities.
And if you're not thinking about enjoying a haunted house, a ghost walk (they're hugely fun and popular and you owe it to yourself to check a local-ish one out if you can) or a really good All Hallows Eve party, you should be.
And fortunately for you, a haunted walk is taking place right here in Mississauga.
Heritage Mississauga is about to host its annual Haunted Mississauga Heritage Tour. The tours, which take participants on guided walks around specific (and appropriately spooky) areas of the city, will take place on Friday, Oct. 13 at the Trinity Anglican Cemetery (26 Stavebank Rd.) in Port Credit.
Residents can pick from a few tour times, as the walks will take place at 7:00pm, 7:20pm, 7:40pm, 8:00pm, 8:20pm, 8:40 and 9:00 p.m. Tours are approximately 45 minutes in length.
As far as haunted walks go, the tours are extremely affordable. Adults can join the fun for $5, while seniors and children under 13 can participate for $3.
You can call 905-828-8411 ext. 0 or email info [at] heritagemississauga [dot] org to reserve tickets.
According to Heritage Mississauga, Haunted Mississauga began back in 2002 with a special lecture featuring late author Terry Boyle (who wrote Haunted Ontario). The initial event's popularity spurred the creation of the tours, which now feature costumed actors portraying people and events from the past.
If you have a penchant for acting and want to get involved in future walks, you can contact organizers at 905-828-8411 ext. 29.
Space is limited, so book your ticket now if you want to participate.
Hot refreshments are also provided.
For more information, click here.
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