Ghosts, Goblins, Witches beware! The best part of Halloween is dressing up and going out to trick or teat but that isn't the only fun thing to do! So many places put on shows, events, attractions and haunted houses to get in the spirit. This year we found haunted houses, wolf howls, spooky campfires and even light shows to name a few cool things.
Andrew's Scenic Farm
9365 10th Sideroad, Milton
Join us as we kick off our Halloween festivities!
From now until end of October, all of our little ghouls & goblins that say trick or treat at checkout will receive a mini pumpkin!
Dress up on October 31st from 5:30-7:00pm for Trick or Treating, free of charge!
In exchange, we ask that non-perishable food items be brought in to donate to the local Food Bank.
Jump inside the spookiest box of LEGO® bricks with awesome activities around every creepy corner!
Visit the Ultimate Indoor LEGO® Playground for the spook-tacular event Thursday-Monday during one of our three Playtimes (11AM, 1PM, 3PM).
Capacity is limited - book NOW to guarantee entry! Annual Passholders must also reserve their time slots online
9550 Pine Valley Drive Woodbridge
This outdoor event is organized by the Kortright Centre for Conservation from Oct 24 to Oct 30, 2020. To celebrate the spirit of the festival, get set for scary Halloween events from 8:30 pm onwards.
A haunted house tour and a frightening forest walk with live owls are some of the store’s activities for you. Families with children can together enjoy this creepy experience.
Looking for a ‘fang-tastic’ Halloween family getaway? We’ve got you covered! Enjoy a safe and fun weekend full of activities for the entire family to enjoy. From a trick or treat scavenger hunt to a craft beer hike to the top of the Lookout Trail and spooky specials available at our restaurants, there will be no shortage of stress-free fun for the whole family. Dress up in your favourite costumes and join us for a spooky time!
Black Creek Pioneer Village
1000 Murray Ross Parkway Toronto
Black Creek Pioneer Village is planning a spooktacular fun treat in October. They are taking measures to limit visitors’ flow in one go so you can have an intimate family outing.
While in this historic village, you can treat yourself to a wacky science show, and brave the haunted maze. Challenge your family members by competing against each other in a pumpkin bowling competition.
1095 Redkenn Road Haliburton,
Saturday October 31st, 2020 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Join us for alternative Howl-o-ween fun at Haliburton Forest. Start the evening with a delicious dinner at The Cookhouse featuring some ghoulish themed foods. Wear your best costumes (a great way to dress up your required mask mask/face covering), for a chance to win our costume contest and a special dessert! Bring your flashlights – after dinner our staff will guide you on a haunted hike to the Wolf Centre, with some spooks and scares along the way. Inside the centre, use your flashlights to hunt for individually wrapped, peanut-free treats and sweets to take home while still following physical distancing practices! Last but not least, to end off the evening, howl alongside our staff in hopes of getting a reply from our resident wolf pack. Happy Howl-o-ween!
$30/adult (16+), $15/youth (3-15) plus tax, under age 2 is free with purchase of adult pass.
7250 Keele St Vaughan
A HALLOWEEN LIGHT SPECTACULAR!
An immersive experience like none other, featuring more than 700,000 LED lights animated and synchronized to your favourite Halloween tunes. Nights of Lights is the must-see drive-through event of the Fall season for all ages. Turn up the volume and roll down the windows because this dazzling light display only happens once a year.
8560 Tremaine Road, Milton
7893 Bleeks Road, Munster
THE SAWMILL at Lansdowne is a new, haunted attraction produced by Saunders Farm that takes guests on a tour of the wreckage from the demolition of TD Place's Southside Stands.