HAUNTED MANITOBA FROM HOME
The cold weather and the COVID restrictions mean now is not the time for an outdoor ghost walk. Instead, we have decided to bring the ghost stories indoors. As part of Safe at Home Manitoba, Winnipeg Ghost Walk will be hosting spooky presentations online, that you can enjoy from the comfort of your living room.
The event will be hosted by Matthew Komus, author of Haunted Winnipeg and Haunted Manitoba. Matthew will host three nights of scary stories, gathered from all across Manitoba. Using storytelling and photographic images Matthew blends Manitoba history with true ghostly tales.
The presentations will take place on Zoom and will include time for questions and for participants to share their own haunted stories. Each night will have a unique theme.
Please join us on:
February 19 at 7:00pm - Nautical Themed Ghost Stories
March 5 at 7:00pm - Haunted Houses (Registration now open)
March 19 at 7:00pm - Really Scary Ghost Stories
Registration will open one week before each event (Saturday, February 13, 27 & March 5). A ticket is required for each event. Tickets are free however there is a maximum number of participants allowed. Only one ticket required per household.
TOURS FOR 2020
We are now offering small group tours in the Exchange District for October 2020.
Tours are running every Thursday, Friday and Saturday in October.
We are partner with Squarepeg Tours for ticket booking this year. Please use the following link and select the Exchange District Ghost Tour.
Walking tours after dark
Winnipeg Ghost Walk offers two distinct tours located in the Exchange District and West Kildonan neighbourhoods. Private tours are also available by request.
EXCHANGE DISTRICT GHOST WALK
$15 Adults / $10 Youth
What deadly events took place where the Cube at Old Market Square now stands? Who is still performing at the Burton Cummings Theatre almost one-hundred years after his death? Where is the most haunted building in Winnipeg? Participants will learn the answer to these questions and hear many other spooky tales about downtown Winnipeg.
SPIRITS OF SEVEN OAKS HAUNTED TOURS
$15 per ticket
Strange and spooky tales from the historic West Kildonan neighbourhood. Participants will hear of a historic battle that continues to be fought to this day, visit the oldest haunted house in Winnipeg and even learn of the community’s connection to the top secret Manhattan Project.
Maximum of 9 participants
Inquire for dates and prices
Winnipeg Ghost Walk is an excellent group activity. Perfect for co-workers, youth groups, school groups and birthday parties.
Private group tours are available in September to November subject to the availability of tour guides.
"Look for ghosts and ghouls during Winnipeg Ghost Walk"
Named by Travel Manitoba as one of the top 150 things to do in Manitoba in 2017
Best Seller (McNally Robinson - Paperback Non-fiction)
On October 29th 2014, Matthew Komus owner and operator of Winnipeg Ghost Walk released his first full length book titled Haunted Winnipeg: Ghost Stories from the Heart of the Continent.
Unexplained footsteps at Seven Oaks House. A woman vanishing into thin air at the Hotel Fort Garry. Spirits reaching out from beyond the grave at the Pantages Theatre. Just what is happening in Winnipeg’s heritage buildings at night? Early Winnipeg was a booming city full of excitement with no shortage of murders, cheating lovers and tragic accidents; all play a role in Winnipeg’s reputation as one of Canada’s most haunted places.
Haunted Winnipeg shares with the reader the city’s best-known ghost stories, as well as some lesser-known tales. Hear about the people who may be haunting these historic sites while learning about the buildings’ unique and creepy history.
Available from local bookstores or from your ghost walk guide.