6 haunted attractions to check out in Toronto this Halloween

Sep 19 2019, 1:34 pm

Toronto’s most terrifying attractions, scream parks, and haunted houses will make sure you don’t get a wink of sleep during the month of October.

In the lead-up to Halloween, here are six bone-chilling events that you should check out… if you dare.

Legends of Horror

Casa Loma’s Legends of Horror is back, and is about to haunt your dreams… and all your waking hours. The immersive theatrical interpretation of all of the classic horror figures offers a spooky self-guided walking tour through the lower gardens and into terrifying tunnels and dark places never before open to the public.

When: September 27 to October 31
Where: Casa Loma, 1 Austin Terrace
Price: From $40

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Halloween Haunt

Halloween Haunt Canada's Wonderland

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Experience the thrill of your favourite rides and the chills of 20 terrifying haunted attractions and shows at this theme park this October. Expect 700+ ghastly monsters ready to scare the living daylights out of you along with a maze, scare zones, and more.

When: Select nights from September 27 until October 31
Where: Canada’s Wonderland, 1 Canada’s Wonderland Drive, Vaughan
Price: Admission from $32

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Screemers

Screemers

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Screemers will once again take over Exhibition Place on weekends leading up to Halloween and is billing seven haunted walk-through themed horror mazes, over 120 live scare actors, and a midway of mayhem all in one place. Need a stiff drink to take the edge off? On-site, find the licensed Vampire Lounge and Bar that might just provide enough liquid courage to get you through.

When: October 11, 12, 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, and 31; November 1 and 2
Where: Exhibition Place, 180 Princes’ Boulevard
Price: Admission from $35 online

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The Haunting at Black Creek Pioneer Village

There’s a new kind of paranormal adventure coming to Black Creek this year. Your evening begins as you retrace the steps of an ill-fated investigation that went terribly, terribly, wrong. You will then explore the same darkened hallways and attempt to recreate the events of that night. This creepy and unsettling experience is not for the weak nor recommended for individuals with health conditions

When: Select weekends in October and November
Where: Black Creek Pioneer Village, 1000 Murray Ross Parkway
Price: From $59.66

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Fear Farm

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While Fear Farm isn’t technically in Toronto, it’s located just over an hour west of the city and is definitely worth the drive. Here you’ll discover a terrifying farm that’s home to a number of bone-chilling attractions and plenty of ghosts and ghouls that will definitely keep you up at night. The farm features six horrifying haunts including a hillbilly-themed hike through the woods, a haunted hayride, the Hiller haunted house, the condemned corn maze, a terrifying clown-themed carnival, and the Stalking Dead, a zombie-infested corn maze.

When: Open on select dates from September 27 through November 2
Where: 936685 Blenheim Road, Ayr
Price: From $29.99

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Bingeman’s Scream Park

Bingeman’s Scream Park

If you’re up for a mini road trip, head to Kitchener to test your wits at what’s coined as Ontario’s premier haunted attraction. This year’s Screampark features four horrifying haunted houses, three all-new execution rides, the return of the ever-popular Red Room escape room and additional attractions like zombie paintball and camping packages for a truly terrifying experience.

When: On select dates from September 27 through October 27
Where: Bingemans Screampark, 425 Bingemans Centre Drive
Tickets: Available online from $30

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