The scariest haunted house to visit in Toronto this Halloween

Oct 14 2020, 4:08 pm

Searching for a physically distanced fright this Halloween season?

Although the city’s regression to a modified stage 2 has forced many spooky attractions to close their doors, Toronto’s Horror Hallways remains open, and promises that you’ll be trembling in fear.

Located near Highway 401 and Dixon Road, the attraction invites guests to “enter the depths of hell” as they explore the “terrifying, seemingly never-ending maze of horror.”


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The maze is open until November 8, and has implemented myriad COVID-19 safety precautions, including mandatory masks for all staff and guests, increased sanitization of props, contact tracing, and medical assessments of staff and touch-free temperature checks of guests. Only one group of up to six people will be allowed in the maze at a time.

Billing itself as the scariest haunted house in the GTA, guests wander through pitch-black hallways as they try to escape from the horrors that lurk in the darkness. Featuring a number of terrifying horrors, Toronto’s Horror Hallways say the maze is not recommended for young children.


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Toronto’s Horror Hallways

Where: 37 Stoffel Drive, Etobicoke
Tickets: $19.99, cash only
When: Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays until November 8, 2020

Note: While local parks, shops, and events are reopened, Toronto Public Health is reminding individuals to monitor their health for signs and symptoms of COVID-19. And if you’re not feeling well, they recommend staying home at this time. If you decide to go out, maintain the six-feet physical distancing guidelines.

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