Popular Ghost Tours Return Friday, June 3rd
From Ontario’s Niagara Parks Commission
Posted May 30th, 2016 on Niagara At Large
Fort Erie, Ontario – The Niagara Parks Commission’s (NPC) Old Fort Erie (located right across the headwaters of the Niagara River from Buffalo, New York) has an exciting line-up of activities planned for this summer, starting with the return of its popular “Friday Night Frights” ghost tours on Friday, June 3 at 9 p.m.
Visitors will enjoy stepping back in time on guided lantern tours, conducted by costumed interpreters, who describe the shocking and entertaining tales of the ghosts of soldiers past, who remain on Canada’s bloodiest battlefield at Old Fort Erie.
Fun for ghosts and ghouls of all ages, admission to these 30-minute tours is $5.00 per person, with children five and under free. Upcoming ghost tours will also be held on Friday, July 8 and Friday, August 12, with tours starting at 9 p.m.
For more information on ghost tours or other upcoming events, please call (905) 871-0540.
Old Fort Erie is located at 350 Lakeshore Road in Fort Erie, Ontario. The historic Fort is a scenic 20-minute drive south of Niagara Falls and is close to the Peace Bridge for visitors entering Canada from Buffalo, New York. The Visitor Centre, grounds and the main floor rooms of the Fort are all wheelchair accessible.
The Niagara Parks Commission is committed to a vision of Ontario’s Niagara Parks as one that Preserves a rich heritage, Conserves natural wonders, and Inspires people world-wide. Founded in 1885, The Niagara Parks Commission is an Operational Enterprise Agency of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. Its mission is to protect the natural and cultural heritage along the Niagara River for the enjoyment of visitors while maintaining financial self-sufficiency.
For more on the Niagara Parks Commission and its attractions for the season click on – http://www.niagaraparks.com/ .
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