All Hallows’ Eve at Old Fort Erie
OCT 23, 29 & 30 · Reservations starting at 7PM
Tour the eerie grounds and barracks of Canada’s bloodiest battlefield by torch and candlelight. Hear spooky Halloween tales and learn about the fascinating history of some of the most beloved Halloween traditions. Join us once again for an evening of ghoulish fun!
Adult: $13.50 · Child (6-12): $8.40 · Prices in CAD and subject to HST
Choose a date to buy tickets
Reservations are required as All Hallow’s Eve typically sells out early. Tickets can purchased online by choosing a date below.
October 23, 2021
October 29, 2021
October 30, 2021
Chilling tales of a bloody battlefield
One of the most famous ghost stories in the long history of Old Fort Erie is the historically verified “No Heads, No Hands.” When the British began to invade the Fort and opened fire with their artillery, two American soldiers were injured in a blood-curdling sight amongst the chaos of the invasion.
In the century since, many have claimed to witness the two soldiers walking the grounds of the battlefield at night–one with no head and one with no hands.
Captain Kingsley’s haunted bed
Bedridden and suffering from a myriad of health problems, Captain Kingsley of the King’s 8th Regiment of Foot spent his final months in his bedroom inside the Officers’ quarters. He suffered from vicious fevers, hallucinations and mercury poisoning which had devastating effects on his physical and mental health.
After his long and horrible illness and subsequent death, many people believe that the Captain still haunts the Officers’ quarters, specifically the bed where he died. Museum staff and visitors have entered the room to find the sheets strewn about the bed, while some have reported hearing footsteps and seeing windows and doors move without being touched. You’ll see the haunted Officers’ quarters, and the Capitan’s original bed, on your All Hallows’ Eve tour.
Safety is our Priority
We’re serious about the safety and security of our guests:
Face coverings are required at all indoor locations and attractions at Niagara Parks. Proof of vaccination is not required for this event.
Tours are limited to 15 people per time slot to allow for sufficient social distancing.
All staff are fully trained in enhanced cleaning and safety protocols, screening measures, and all surfaces are fully sanitized regularly.