Haunted Fort Night at Fort William Historical Park

Sinister forces are stretching the forlorn barrier between the living and the departed in the forsaken community of William’s Town. Corrupted lost souls sense the weakness. These nightmarish creatures now call out, twisting and tormenting the innocent as they hunt for an escape from their purgatory of emptiness and endless misery. Will you be able to escape untouched or will you become trapped in their clutches?

Tours are offered rain or shine every Thursday through Sunday in October, starting at 7pm nightly.

October 2018 > Dates: 4-7, 11-14, 18-21, 25-28

Tickets can be purchased in person at the Visitor Centre, 1350 King Road, or by calling 807-473-2344. Reservations are required for this sell-out event. Tickets go on sale September 4, 2018.

Dare to scare? Volunteer at Haunted Fort Night!
Help make Fort William Historical Park the most terrifying place in Thunder Bay this October by volunteering at Haunted Fort Night! All costumes, makeup and training will be provided.
Email volunteer@fwhp.ca or call 807-473-2344 to apply.

Driving Directions
Fort William Historical Park is located minutes from the Thunder Bay International Airport, on King Road, approximately 4 kilometres (3 miles) west on Broadway Avenue, off Highway 61.  For visitors coming from the U.S., Fort William Historical Park is only 30 minutes north of the border. Simply, follow Highway 61 north and turn left onto Broadway Avenue in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.

 

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Latitude: 48.347309 Longitude: -89.354279 Elevation: 650 ft
the best travel advice comes from the people who live here
Chris Ficek

Event Dates

10/4/2018 – 10/28/2018

Admission Fee (if any)

$15.00 per person (includes HST), Reservations are required

Ages Festival is Appropriate For

12 and up

Accessibility Notes

Contemporary facilities and public washrooms are accessible. Most historic buildings are accessible. Wheelchairs are available at Admissions.

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are not permitted at festivals and events.

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