Your tour guide will greet you in the lobby of the historic Prince Arthur Waterfront Hotel, where you will begin with an introduction to the hotel, and Thunder Bay’s haunted streets.
Tour will continue with tastings of treats from nearby local food establishments. Historic buildings, mysterious stories, and haunting tales will be storied en route.
Prince Arthur Waterfront Hotel
This historic hotel celebrates over 100+ years of stories and mysterious happenings...
Three delicious local treats
Taste 3 small delicious treats from 3 local food establishments in Thunder Bay's Waterfront District
Old Fire Hall + other neighbourhood highlights
Connect to some of the ghostly stories behind the buildings, landmarks, and history of Lake Superior.
Street (meter) parking is free in the downtown area after 5pm. There is also a City Parkade available 2 blocks away at 18 N. Court St.
Other transportation tips and suggestions will be included in your confirmation email once your ticket is booked.
Yes, advance ticket purchase is required. To maximize your chances of getting the date, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance.
Yes, all tastings of food + drink (as described for each tour under ‘What to Expect’) are covered with your ticket purchase. Additionally, ‘Seek’ provides a minimum of 18% gratuity to all restaurant servers. If you desire additional drinks or food during any of the stops beyond what the tour offers, there will be opportunities for you to purchase these at your own additional expense. We do however, recommend that you wait until the end of the tour, so that you don’t fill up too soon and miss out on tastings planned for you!
The tours are held rain, shine, or snow.
However, if there is a significant storm that is effecting safe travel, we will either reschedule, or turn your tour into a ‘gift certificate’ to redeem at a later date.
We advise you to check the weather conditions for your days event, and dress appropriately, including sturdy footwear. In the winter months, this sturdy, warm footwear needs to be appropriate for snow/ice conditions.
In the summer months, we can lend umbrellas (for urban tours) or ponchos (for guided hikes) if you do not have your own.
In the winter months, we recommend you dress in layers, with a (non-cotton) wicking layer, insulating layers of wool or fleece, and a wind-breaker/shell – topped with cozy mittens and a hat of course!
FYI – Please note: even in the summer months, here in Thunder Bay, onshore wind off Lake Superior can be very chilly!
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"I would highly recommend putting these tours on your bucket list to create a fun filled night with fellow locals or out of town guests. Well worth it!"