Toronto Halloween Attractions & Seasonal Things to Do
With autumn’s cool breeze comes the laughter of children, auburn leaves, and a swath of hauntings across town, as ghosts and goblins awake from their annual slumber to scare the spirit of the season into us all. Halloween in Toronto is a special time of year when centuries of city history stir to life everywhere you turn. From famous amusement parks to historic villages, here are a few of our favorite places for frightful seasonal fun throughout October:
Halloween Haunt at Canada’s Wonderland
Fri, Sat, Sun: 7 pm-Midnight
9580 Jane Street
The country’s favorite amusement park has been overrun by forces of darkness, with over 700 zombies, ghoulish monsters, escaped psychiatric patients, aliens and twisted clowns lurking around every corner. Altogether, there are 10 terrifying mazes, a pair of nail-biting scare zones, 4 live shows and dozens of late-night thrill rides.
October 9th, 16th, 23rd-24th, 30th-31st
273 Bloor Street West
This interactive Urban Capers scavenger hunt immerses players in the city’s scariest places, from mass graves to madhouses, as they seek answers to a series of trivia questions.
October 17-18th, 24-25th, 31st
1000 Murray Ross Parkway
Wholesome fall fun for the whole family, the 1800s-era recreation that is Black Creek Pioneer Village hosts this annual celebration of the season, full of kid-friendly attractions like trick-or-treating, scarecrow mazes, an apple sling shot, live music and FREE pumpkin decorating.
Haunted High Park
October 23rd-24th, 30th-31st
1873 Bloor Street West
Toronto’s favorite park takes an eerie trip back in time, hosting nights of frightful tales, Victorian funeral processions and spine-tingling scenes in the historic confines of Colborne Lodge, just 15 minutes from our hotel.