If you are anything like me, you probably love to be scared and scream your face off. If you’re one of the zombie loving, vampire craving, the night of the dead undead, then prepare to be frightfully delighted. We’ve put together a list of the top 5 things you need to do in Toronto this Halloween.
We won’t hold back the candy any longer. Here ya go.
I can’t even tell you how many years in a row I’ve gone to Screamers now, and it never fails to impress. If you love being scared, and you love the idea of haunted houses, then Screamers is for you. Not only that, they have food, drinks, and even some rides, usually including a Ferris Wheel.
Typically Screamers features 6 different haunted houses and a couple of mazes full of goblins and ghouls, killers and crazies to scare and terrify you.
Find out more and get tickets HERE.
Escape Manor is a perfect mix of lounge, arena and escape room. On the main floor is a choice of several lounge areas with table games and puzzles along with a huge fully stocked bar.
If you head up a level you can partake in some axe throwing, and if you head to the basement, you can try your luck and nerve in one of the escape rooms.
To learn more or make an appointment, visit them HERE.
Legends of Horror at Casa Loma
Love walking? Love a giant maze? Then this one is for you. With one of the biggest set-ups around, set in one of the most perfect backgrounds, this one really is quite the adventure.
What it might lack in screams, it more than makes up for with tension. If it’s atmosphere you’re after, take a walk through the Legends of Horror and see for yourself what unfolds…
For more info and visit, visit their website HERE.
While I myself haven’t made it out to this one in a while, Canada’s Wonderland knows how to do a holiday and Halloween is what they do best. Scary, fun and adventurous; along with all the rides, this night is sure to be full of fun.
For more visit their website HERE.
One of my favourite childhood places to visit over and over again was Black Creek. It’s like taking a step back in time, and now, it’s just off the subway.
Journey back to the 1800’s on All Hallows’ Eve. Wander through the old town, hear stories from the settlers, and maybe even sight a ghost! Who knows what may happen…
For more visit them at their website HERE.
So there you have it, the top 5 things to do in Toronto this Halloween. We hope you make it your best one yet.