Downtown Hamilton



Proudly created by Hamilton-ians over 15 years ago to show off a truly haunted city

Tour the streets of the core featuring the Royal Connaught, Right House, Hamilton Place
Theatre, Pigott Building and more!

The secret ghosts of Whitehern, gremlins in the bell tower and the city's odd
connection to an infamous killer named Jack inside the iconic alley.

Dedicated to a Canadian city like no other.

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Corner of King St East & John St
Downtown Hamilton, On, Canada
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Adults . . . $15.00

Kids 13 & Under . . $10.00

Seniors 60 & over . $13.00


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FAQ & About Downtown Hamilton

Frequently Asked Questions for Downtown Hamilton




Hamilton contains dark history unlike any other city in Canada


Hamilton is the "ambitious city". Big names doing big things like actors Martin Short, Eugene Levy and Kathleen Robertson, hockey coach Pat Quinn and even a top politician named Sheila Copps all called Hamilton home.


Ambitious energy can be dark, like murderess Evelyn Dick and Canada's own Al Capone, bootlegger Rocco Perri. Rocco called Downtown Hamilton his home off of Bay Street, as told on Hamilton's Dark History. Even one of the top suspects in the Jack the Ripper murder case did business and crime in Downtown Hamilton near current day Royal Connaught.


There are colourful women spirits in Downtown Hamilton. The Lady in White at the Royal Connaught, Lady in Brown at the old Capitol Theatre and the fittingly dramatic Lady in Red at Hamilton Place Theatre. All these stories featured on our Ghost Walks of Downtown Hamilton.


There's a darker past for Hamilton's famous family, the McQuesten's. Three generations before the rise of Ontario's first roads minister, Thomas Baker McQuesten.


Whitehern in Downtown Hamilton holds much energy. Stories kept from the public until the Ghost Walks came along. The tragic life of Isaac McQuesten and his apparition still scaring workers and guests featured on our Ghost Walks of Downtown Hamilton.


The Right House was Hamilton's first department store. The first owner, Thomas Watkins, loved those elevators. On his day off he dressed like a conductor and worked them all day. He still loves them over 100 years after his death, as told on the Ghost Walks of Downtown Hamilton.


St. Paul's Church has the tallest free-standing stone steeple in Ontario. Designed by William Thomas, who also created St. Michael's Cathedral in Toronto, the Niagara-on-the-Lake Courthouse, Brock's Monument and Toronto's Don Jail. The church received its first bell upgrade in the 1940's, but right from the start they never worked. Find out the creepy reason why on the Ghost Walks of Downtown Hamilton


Hamilton remains the "ambitious city" to this day, with many new projects to save historic buildings... filled with more ghosts


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