Did you know Victorians believed in a number of superstitions involving death and bad luck. Death was a common domestic fact of life for Victorians, so they developed elaborate rituals to deal with it or avoid it.
Join our ghostly hosts, Rebecca and Mary, the Brown sisters who were maids at Government House in 1905 as they take you on a tour of the museum, while explaining Victorian superstitions and how to avoid being the next one on Death’s list.
Who is it for?
Parental guidance suggested. This tour is not recommended for young children.
Tickets: Book your tour today as spots are limited. Your private tour can only include your family unit/social bubble, up to a maximum of 9 people.
Walk-up bookings areNOT available.
How to get tickets?
By phone 306-526-7090.
WHEN & WHERE
Date: October 23 – 24, 2020
The Victorian Supernatural Superstitions Tours will take place every 30 minutes starting at 6:00 PM with the last tour taking place at 8:30 PM
Venue & Address
Government House, 4607 Dewdney Avenue, Regina, SK, Canada
Visitors enter through the Main F.W. Johnson Entrance at 4607 Dewdney Ave.
Please do not arrive early for your tour.
Our Visitor Experience Staff will open the front doors for you, welcome you, and provide you with an orientation to our “staying safe” guidelines.
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