WALKING GHOST TOUR
OCTOBER 21ST AND 22ND
Canal Winchester is filled with some ghostly characters that helped to shape our city. Come meet a few of these history makers during the upcoming ghost tours. These walking tours last approximately 90 minutes and begin at 7 p.m with a new tour departing every 15 minutes. Tours starts from the Historical Complex located at 10 W. Oak Street. Tickets may be purchased at the Train Depot beginning at 6:30 p.m. with the last tour departing at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased in person or in advance below.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students, ages 6-18.
Children under age 5 are free.
BUS TOUR: The bus tour runs Friday night and has limited seating. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
The Canal Winchester Historical Society has proudly partnered with the Canal Winchester Performing Arts to bring you two exciting nights of history.
Meet Our Cast
I am a current junior at Canal Winchester High School. I have been singing and acting since kindergarten, putting on my own shows in my bedroom. When I graduate, I will be majoring in Musical Theater at Ohio State University. I would like to thank my parents, Stacie and Russell Roth for bringing me this far.
I am a senior at CWHS. I have been acting in plays since I was 5 years old. I have enjoyed acting and singing with the Canal Winchester Performing Arts for the past four years. Once I leave high school I plan to attend college for psychology and eventually plan to become a school psychologist so I can help people. I would like to thank my mother, father, sister, three brothers, stepdad, stepbrothers, and all of my friends and family for always supporting me in everything I do. I wouldn’t be who I am without all of you. I would also like to thank Nyla, Fil, and Abbey for always supporting me and helping me grow in my acting and singing abilities!
I am a sophomore at CWHS. My favorite roles in previous shows are Lord Clapham in Something Rotten and Jeff Hockman in last year's Ghost Tours! In the future I would like to go into either an engineering field or maybe even a career in performing arts. I would like to thank my mom, my dad, my sister, Sara, and all of my friends for their support and kindness.
I’m a recent graduate of CWHS and looking at colleges like Columbus State and Ohio University. Some of my favorite roles over the years were Toby Belch in Twelfth Night, Berowne in Loves Labours Lost and Nick Bottom in Something Rotten!. Outside of School I’ve been in the past two Ghost Tours as a spooky destination speaker as well as a narrator for the Christmas Carol in 15 Minutes.
I am a sophomore at Canal Winchester High School. I have been in MTI's All Together Now! and Something Rotten. I also did ghost tours last year and was the ghost dog walker. I would love to thank my Dad for always pushing me forward to try new things!
I am a senior this year at Canal Winchester High School. I have been in many CWHS productions including the Fall Shorts Festival in 2019, Ghost Tours telling the story of the Hockman Mill as Mike Hockman in 2021, Working: A Musical in 2021, All Together Now! as Elaine/Mary Poppins in 2021, Love’s Labours Lost in 2021, and Something Rotten! in 2022. Shows that I have done outside of CWHS are Aladdin Jr. in 2018 and Newsies in 2019. After high school, I am planning on attending college, and keeping theater and choir in my life. I would like to thank these people for always supporting me, my mom, Shelly, my dad, John, my sister, Abbey, my brother-in-law Kenny, my best friend, Amelia, and good friends Brianna and Star.
I am a current sophomore at CWHS. After seeing the show Something Rotten, I knew I needed to join the performing arts department. A few things I would like to do when I’m out of Highschool is travel, I would also like to become an English teacher! The people who support me the most are my mom and dad, and my two friends, Jess and Jaevion, thank you for everything!
I am a current freshman at CWHS. I haven't seen many shows in my life, but I do plan on seeing more in the future and possibly pursuing acting in the future as well. I would like to thank my older brother because he was the one who truly inspired me to get into performing arts and he's been really supportive.
I'm a current 9th grader at Canal Winchester. I love history, and want to become a Museum Archivist/Curator when I graduate high school! Because of my love of history, I also love Ghost Tours and I'm so very excited to be a part of them this year!
I'm a sophomore in high school. I loved being part of the crew last year for Something Rotten and I am excited to be Mr. Purdey in The Ministry of Silly Walks in our Fall Shorts Festival. Once I graduate high school I would like to study music and performing arts and then become a music teacher. I would like to thank my Grandpa for supporting me.