7 Toronto Fun And Spooky Events for the Family this 2017 Halloween
It’s Halloween season once again, and Toronto is no exception when it comes to celebrating Halloween parties and activities. The whole month is fun-filled with parties that both kids and adults will enjoy. There are tons of activities in Toronto, but I’ve come up with seven fun things you can add on your list this season.
Screemers has already become a Halloween tradition after bringing terror in for 25 years. It’s considered the best and original haunted attraction in Toronto. This year’s brand new attraction? The Zombie Prison. Watch out for it!
Dates: October 6-31, 2017
Location: Exhibition Place
Pumpkinville is one of Toronto’s favorites fall events. Activities include No Frill’s Pumpkin Patch, Ajax Mazda Haunted House, wagon, and inflatable rides, face painting, children’s activities, live entertainment and much more. The best part about it is that it’s free!
Date: October 14, 2017
Location: Greenwood Conservation Area
Haunted High Park
Haunted High Park introduces ghostly tales and legends that scares park visitors for decades. Visitors will witness Victorian funeral and mourning traditions inside the historical and candle-lit rooms of Colborne Lodge. Beverages are included. However, tickets just got successfully sold out!
Dates: October 19-29, 2017
Location: High Park
Camp Spooky is excellent for families especially for kids as it’s filled with scare-free activities including BOO-rific mazes, trick or treats, and much more. The bonus part is that your Camp Spooky tickets will include Canada’s Wonderland Park Admissions.
Dates: September 30- October 29, 2017
Location: Canada’s Wonderland
Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets™ In Concert at Sony Centre
Calling all Potterheads out there! While The Philosopher’s Stone wrapped up last June in Toronto, here goes Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. This concert will feature the Toronto Symphony Orchestra to be conducted by Justin Freer.
Dates: October 12-14, 2017
Location: Sony Centre For The Performing Arts
Just Say Boo!
Another free activity to watch out for in Toronto. Just Say Boo! is really for the family. This party will let kids dress up and take photos of them in cute little costumes, with games and activities for the whole family. This event is also a chance to meet local families!
Date: October 21, 2017
Location: East Toronto Masonic Temple
If you want to participate in a fundraising activity, join the Halloween Walk & Fundraiser event! It’s like hitting two birds with one stone. Not only you get to help, but you get to have fun as well. This year is their 3rd consecutive annual event in support of First Responders: Police Services, Paramedics, Military, and Firefighters. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Mood Disorder Society of Canada Peer Support Program. It’s another free activity with food and prizes for best costume and best Jack-o-Lantern!
Date: October 28, 2014
Location: Walk begins at The Armoury, 70 Birmingham Street, Toronto
There are more activities in the city which you can go ahead and try aside from these 8. It sure looks like a hectic month in Toronto for the Halloween, so choose whatever floats your boat, bring your family and friends, and enjoy!
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