At the end of last month we published an article about things to do for Halloween in 2021. Certainly our recommendations (Pumpkins After Dark, Legends of Horror at Casa Loma, and Fear Farm) are definitely great to start. But those 3 things might not keep you feeling spooky all month long. So, here are 4 more things to do this Halloween season if you’re still hungry for scares.
Firstly, Screemers is a haunted attraction from October 8th to 31st located at 80 Interchange Way, Concord. Guests can visit 7 different haunted walks through mazes which include over 120 live actors. The event also offers unlimited rides on the Midway of Madness, and features a food truck eatery. As a startling and scary event, Screemers advises against bringing children under the age of 10. Otherwise, enjoy the fear at your discretion. General admissions tickets are available online or at the door. Prices are from Friday to Sunday $39.95 + HST/person, and Wednesdays and Thursdays $29.95 + HST/person.
Halloween Haunt at Canada’s Wonderland is filling the theme park with Halloween horror from the 24th of September to the 31st of October. With terrifying rides, street performers, live shows and scare zones, this park located at 1 Canada’s Wonderland Drive, Vaughn, is sure to get your blood pumping. Tickets start from $31.99 per person.
Rocky Horror Dinner Show is a seated dining experience and live musical production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show at The Medley at 2026 Yonge Street. Based on the cult classic movie, you can drink and dine with the show. Tickets must be bought in advance an are available only to adults of 19 years or older. Reserve your ticket for dates between the 1st and 31st of October for $45 per table of up to 6 guests.
Ghost Walks at Exhibition Place are spooky walking tours through Exhibition Place, that take place outdoors on October 8, 15, 21, and 29, from 7-9pm. These two-hour tours at 2 Manitoba Drive take you through the haunted past of Exhibition Place and how their ghosts came to be. General admissions tickets are $13.75 per person and are not suitable for children under the age of 10.
With so much spooky stuff to do, we’re sure you’ll be haunted by November.