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Did you know that the Archives is offering 2 types of guided tours on Wednesdays and Saturdays? What a great way to spend a summer morning in St. Andrews! Or a lovely summer's evening.

Every Wednesday and Saturday morning, starting at 11:00 am on the front verandah of the Algonquin, the War of 1812 Walking Tour is a fascinating peek into the history of St. Andrews. Our costumed tour guides take on the personae of real people from the town in 1812, and, during the dramatized walking tour, will tell you how the war impacted on the town and the area. This is the third summer that the Archives has offered this highly rated walking tour...don't miss out, this is the final year it will be offered.

Then on Wednesday and Friday evenings at 8 pm, beginning once again on the front verandah of the Algonquin, the Ghost Walk takes you on a phantasmal tour through St. Andrews' lesser known history of the Spectral, Spooky and Weird! Ghastly fun for both young and old.

This tour is both intriguing and a lot of fun...you can even book a private Ghost Walk for a group of kids or adults.  Book now! 

The cost of both tours is the same:
$10 per adult
$5 per child
$20 per family of up to 5 people