Halloween is just around the corner, and the candy isn't the only thing to get excited for.
Halloween, which means “hallowed evening” marks the beginning of winter and the close of the harvest season. Each year, celebrating it on Oct 31 is a tradition, and a host of fun Halloween events 2020 await you.
Pumpkins After Dark
Friday, September 18 - Sunday, November 1
Country Heritage Park, 8560 Tremaine Rd Milton
Enjoy a Halloween drive-thru fun that takes you down a 2.5-kilometre trail filled with over 150 pumpkin sculptures.
Downtown Milton Halloween Takeover
Saturday Oct. 17th - Saturday 31th
The world might be a bit different this year, but the Downtown Milton BIA is making sure that there are lots of fun, safe things for kids and families do for Halloween! Featuring an exciting Outdoor Scavenger Hunt, Halloween-themed how-to videos, a downloadable activity booklet, costume contest, great prizes and more. Follow this event on their facebook event page.
Saturday, September 12 - Saturday, October 31
13682 Heart Lake Road, Caledon
Join in the FALL FUN at Downey's Farm. Explore the GREAT CORN MAZE ADVENTURE, jump on the Jumping Pillows, rock along with the Skeleton Band, pet some farm animals and jump in the Straw Jump. There is so much for the entire family.
Advance timed tickets required. Purchase tickets online- visit venue website for more details.
Halloween Nights of Lights
Thursday October 1- Sunday 1 November
7250 Keele Street, Vaughan
An immersive drive-thru 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. Select Nights from October 1st to November 1st. Buy tickets here.
Black Creek ‘Halloween Nightlife’ Ghost Walks
Tours run on Friday and Saturdays at 8:30 pm
Black Creek Pioneer Village, 1000 Murray Ross Parkway, Toronto
Explore the supernatural side of Black Creek Pioneer Village on a terrifying tour! The Haunted Walk Experience with The Haunted Walk of Toronto. Black Creek in the dark is the perfectly creepy backdrop for a night of spine-tingling ghost stories and tales from dark side of local history. Each participant will receive a special limited edition Haunted Walk flashlight for the event! Book your spot here.
Ghost Walk of Niagara-on-the-Lake
Evenings September to Halloween
126 Queen Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake
Niagara-on-the-Lake is hands down Canada’s Most Haunted Town! 200 years of history and ghosts featured with tales of haunted pubs, inns, and homes. This tour includes the Angel Inn, Courthouse, Royal George Theatre and Prince of Wales Hotel. With North America’s oldest legend, a mystery at the Apothecary, a deathly first and only, and a house making cameras go crazy. Visit online to book.
Free Tours Toronto Ghost Tour
Friday October 2-Friday October 31
Starting on the steps in front of Old City Hall, 60 Queen St West, Toronto
Toronto’s most unique ghost tour. A mix of spooky stories and scientific scepticism. This 1.5 hour walking tour takes you past some of the city’s most notorious haunted places. It’s a fun blend of history and hauntings. Bring your inquisitive mind and imagination and get ready for a frightfully fun evening! Meet at The front steps of Old City Hall at 60 Queen Street West. Pre-purchase tickets up to 12 hours prior to event. See website.
Burlington Halloween Ghost Tours
October 29th, 30th, & 31st-Friday & Saturday Evenings
Meet at Waterfront Hotel in lobby downtown Burlington
Featuring ghost walks every weekend up to Halloween. Reservations required. Limited to groups of 12 people. Hauntings! Visit website to book spots.