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Are you ready to dress up, and let your imagination run wild? Then, let the Halloween Weekend begin! Whether you’re out and about in Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, or Calgary, you are bound to find plenty of top spots for Halloween fun.
So, grab your spice pumpkin latte and head out for a night of thrill-seeking! Corporate Stays has selected a few of the many hot spots well worth your attendance in Canada’s major cities.
Halloween Ball: If you want to dance the night away, but not in typical ballroom attire, then set your sights on La Voute in Old Montreal’s. The Halloween Ball takes place on October 31 from 10 pm to 3 am. Enjoy actors dressed up in costumes, live entertainment, and a night of scary horror.
Montreal Zombie Walk: Are you ready to walk amongst the undead? Then sign up to attend to the Montreal Zombie Walk. You just have to dress as a zombie and meet your flesh fellas at the Quartier des Spectacles at 1 pm on October 27. The sight of thousands of zombies is enough to send a shiver down anyone’s spine!
Old Montreal Ghost Tours: One of the top spots for Halloween fun is Old Montreal. Here, you can take part in an Old Montreal Ghost Tour! Enjoy spooky thrills, haunted locations, and terrifying discoveries around every corner! You can choose to go on your own or with an experienced guide. Nothing raises the hair on your neck better than a real-life spooky tour!
Halloween Haunt: Want to be in on the action at one of the top spots for Halloween fun? Then make sure you’re in Toronto for the annual Halloween Haunt! With 700 monsters, 20 haunted attractions, and even a maniacal clown, Halloween Haunt within Canada’s Wonderland promises to be a not-to-be-missed Halloween event. If there’s one thing for sure, you can’t let your guard down…
Legends of Horror: Think nothing scares you? Then take part in the Legends of Horror event at Casa Loma. It won’t take long for you to be shaking in your boots! From September 29 to October 31, Casa Loma becomes a haunted house with theatrical interpretations and spooky, eerie self-guided hour-long tours. See how long it takes on the 1.75km journey for you to want to leave…
Carnivale Halloween: If you don’t want to sit at home waiting to hand out candy to trick or treaters, then make sure you head to Toronto for Carnivale Halloween at Assembly Chef’s Hall. Held on Saturday, October 27, this affordable event with tickets from $24.95 promises to be a night to remember. Enjoy spooky décor, fire artists, sideshow acts, DJs, and more!
Stanley Park Ghost Train: If you want your Halloween weekend to involve plenty of family-friendly fun, then jump aboard the Stanley Park Ghost Train! Suitable for children aged 10 and under, the Stanley Park Miniature Train we all know and love transforms into an eerie and spooky ghost train! Ride through the nighttime forest, meet scary performers, and enjoy all the Halloween-themed décor! The Stanley Park Ghost Train is ready and waiting for you at 610 Pipeline Road, Vancouver.
Potter’s House of Horrors: If you pride yourself on being able to handle anything spooky, then you may want to reconsider that stance once you visit the Potter’s House of Horrors! This venue is undoubtedly one of the top spots for Halloween thrills, encompassing two haunted houses, and two smaller ones for children aged 12 and under. Devil’s Descent, Monstrosity 2.0, Spooky Castle, and Mystic Village at 12530 72nd Ave in Surrey are sure to leave even the harshest critics terrified!
Richmond Country Farms Pumpkin Patch: Can’t handle anything too scary but want to enjoy Halloween themes all the same? Then a leisurely trip to Richmond Country Farms Pumpkin Patch could be on the agenda. Located 20 minutes south of Vancouver at 12900 Steveston Highway, it’s a pleasant Fall outing. Enjoy wagon rides, the animal farm, and even a corn maze!
ScreamFest: One of Canada’s largest Halloween events, the ScreamFest in Calgary, promises to deliver on carnival games, entertainment, and even eight haunted houses! Unfortunately, this will be the last year of this event, so enjoy it while it lasts! Tickets cost between $25 and $45, and you can attend between 7 pm and 12 am from October 2 until October 31.
Ghouls’ Night Out: Want clean, family-friendly fun this Halloweekend? Then, get involved in Ghouls’ Night Out! Held at Heritage Park, Ghouls’ Night Out promises to provide children between the ages of three and nine with a lot of gentle, spooky fun! There will be all manner of activities and events between 6 pm and 9 pm from October 24 to October 30.
Bust Loose Halloween Club Crawl: One of the top spots for Halloween in Calgary is the Bust loose Halloween Club Crawl, an 18-plus event you and your friends are sure to love. Dress up and jump aboard the Boo-ze Cruise on October 30 or the Halloween Howler on October 31. Tickets cost $25 from Bustloose’s website.
The black cats, witches’ hats and bubbling cauldrons are coming out of hiding. And, it can only mean one thing – Halloweekend is here! Grab the family and head out to any of these top spots for Halloween in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, and Montreal.