Welcome to Griffin Tours

Griffin Tours offers cutting-edge walking tours, pub crawls and unique experiences that delve into Montreal's secrets, hidden histories and dark side, all the while visiting the city's most popular sites, monuments and attractions - and its most unknown places. Featuring Hidden History Tours, Ghost Walks, Haunted Pub Crawls and Unique Experiences, Griffin Tours has something for everyone, be they tourists or locals.

The majestic Griffin, a mystical creature that is half-lion and half-eagle, is traditionally known as a wise guardian and protector of dark secrets, ancient treasures and sacred places.

Griffin Tours would like to acknowledge that we operate on the un-ceded Indigenous territory of Tio’tia:ke and that the Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) Nation is the custodian of these lands and waters.

Mission

Griffin Tours aims to deliver real, unadulterated history on its entertaining and educational walking tours, ghost walks, haunted pub crawls and unique experiences. Heeding the Calls to Action of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Griffin Tours takes special efforts to learn about and share Indigenous history and to work with Indigenous educators and communities. In line with the UN Global Code of Ethics for Tourism, Griffin Tours also aims to update Montreal's Tourism Industry by making it less colonial and more inclusive of diverse voices and perspectives, especially from marginalized communities. Griffin Tours also invites clients to participate in this important heritage activism initiative by offering unique opportunities designed to attend special events, meet important community leaders, foster awareness and increase social justice in the city.

Griffin Tours, Inc

Mission

Griffin Tours aims to deliver real, unadulterated history on its entertaining and educational walking tours, ghost walks, haunted pub crawls and unique experiences. Heeding the Calls to Action of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Griffin Tours takes special efforts to learn about and share Indigenous history and to work with Indigenous educators and communities. In line with the UN Global Code of Ethics for Tourism, Griffin Tours also aims to update Montreal's Tourism Industry by making it less colonial and more inclusive of diverse voices and perspectives, especially from marginalized communities. Griffin Tours also invites clients to participate in this important heritage activism initiative by offering unique opportunities designed to attend special events, meet important community leaders, foster awareness and increase social justice in the city.

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