Hantsport Ghost Walk - Season #2, 2019
2019 Tickets Not Available Yet
Tickets will be available for purchase at any Ticketpro location
'Cash-only' tickets available before each walk.
$20 Adults, $15 Students & Seniors 65+
(includes HST & Ticketpro fees)
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Hantsport Ghost Walk - Season #1, 2018
October 11 - Completed with 11 brave souls (indoor, Churchill House)
October 29 - Completed with 61 brave souls
2018 Hantsport Ghost Walk Totals:
Total Completed Walks = 2
Total Brave Souls = 72
Average Brave Souls = 36 brave souls
These walks are 2-hour, family-friendly, historical productions
led by Jerome the Gravekeeper and his ghostly friends.
Gather at the gates of the Riverbank Cemetery at the
end of Riverbank Drive.
With the help of the Hantsport Memorial Community Centre,
we created another new Valley Ghost Walk in 2018
focusing Hantsport's remarkable history.
Our walks are not intended to cause heart attacks.
That would be bad for business.
They're family-friendly, but let's not kid ourselves,
it's a history lesson and not every kid is into history.
Ages 10+ recommended.
A HUGE thank you to Hantsport Pizzeria & Deli for sponsoring
the Hantsport Ghost Walk.
Reduce Your chills, please dress warmly.
The walks happen rain, snow, or moonshine.
An indoor location is available in case of horrendous weather,
check Facebook the day of the walk for all updates.
If need be, bring:
an umbrella, warm clothes, a flashlight, and BUG SPRAY.
This walk travels from the Riverbank Cemetery
to the Churchill Mansion, a distance of around 1.2km.
The terrain is flat, but the dirt road in the cemetery can be rough.
Therefore, we don't consider this walk as being wheelchair-friendly.
These Hantsport Ghost Walks are a partial fundraiser for:
the Hantsport Memorial Community Centre.
Now in our 12th year,
Valley Ghost Walks celebrate the the most historically-rich
amazing area in all of North America - the Annapolis Valley!
Jerome the Gravekeeper recites a poem by Edward Young, PHD. from the book, "What Mean These Stones?".
Performed at Wolfville's Al Whittle Theatre.