Calgary Ghost Tours

Haunted Places in Calgary at Heritage Park

The normally live and bustling Historical Village becomes eerily quiet and deserted after dark. Enter the gates, if you dare, for a ghost tour through the Park’s darkened streets to discover the ghostly stories that lie within the rich history of its century-old buildings.

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Dates: March 27, April 3, 10, 17 and 24

Times: 7 – 8:30 pm and 7:30 – 9 pm

Ages 16+: $22.95 plus GST

Location: When you arrive, meet at the Gazebo in front of Gasoline Alley Museum, in the Park’s front plaza. The tour takes place throughout the Historical Village.

Parking: Evening paid parking is available at the Park’s front parking lots. Click here for more information.

Interpreter outside Prince House on ghost tour
Heritage Park buildings after dark

Calgary Ghost Tours Additional Information

  • Shepard Station: On the ghost tour, you’ll get an exclusive opportunity to walk through Shepard Station. Built by the CPR in 1910 in Shepard, Alberta, the station was one of many built in western Canada that saw new immigrants pass through its doors, signifying an end to a long journey and the start of a new life. Over the years, strange experiences within the station have led some to say that the spirits of those who frequented Shepard Station remain within its walls to this very day.
  • What to Wear: Wear comfortable walking shoes as the tour takes place outdoors, covering a lot of ground and different terrain.
  • Refund Policy: Tickets are final sale.

Calgary Ghost Tours Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where do I park, and is it included?

    Please park in our main parking lot. Parking is $3 in the evening. Parking kiosks are located in the middle of the parking lot and in Heritage Plaza.

  • Are tickets final sale?

    All tickets to ghost tours are final sale.

  • What should I wear on the tour?

    Please wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather, as the tours are 90 minutes long and cover a wide variety of terrain within the Historical Village, including gravel roads and boardwalks.

  • How does purchasing a ticket support Heritage Park?

    As a registered charity, all proceeds from ghost tours will allow Heritage Park to continue engaging audiences with immersive experiences and shared stories of Western Canada’s diverse culture and heritage.

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