Here is a useful Haunted Halloween Guide for Metro Vancouver. Find everything you need to make the most of this fun-filled time of the year. There is something for people of all ages. Some attractions will be more frightening than others.
Some beloved events will not be opening this year – the Stanley Park Halloween Ghost Train and Glow in the Garden at VanDusen Botanical Gardens.
Sadly, at least two Haunted Houses have shut their doors forever, but the good news is that Cougar Creek’s House of Horrors, formerly Potter’s House of Horrors is open.
Remember to check out our updated 2021 Guide to the best fall festivals and events in Vancouver, and best pumpkin patches and corn mazes in Metro Vancouver.
Plan ahead for the festive season for all the Drive-thru Vancouver Christmas events, holiday light displays and markets.
Please leave your pets at home, since most of these attractions do not allow animals. Certified service animals are permitted. If we have missed your favourite Halloween activity, let us know.
COVID-19 has brought many challenges to all of us and continue to do so. Many Halloween events have been modified to ensure that your health and safety is a top concern.
Unfortunately several Halloween events have been cancelled again this year. The events that remain open are limiting their capacity and most require advance tickets. We are updating the information as soon as it is available to us. Please always remember to check before you go to make sure it is still open.
Do not attend any event if you are feeling ill. Make sure to follow the directional signs, physical distance 6 feet/ 2 metres, wear a mask, and clean hands often.
2021 Halloween Guide for Metro Vancouver
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Vancouver Haunted Halloween Guide
Playland Amusement Park will once again be home to a Halloween-themed experience this October. For 2021 it will include thrill rides, haunting characters, creepy décor and live performances throughout the park. There will be incredible stunts, circus acts and swordplay. Look for mutant carnivores, terrifying monsters and re-animated dolls. The haunted houses will not be open. The Wooden Roller Coaster is not running due to a major refurbishment. Some rides may be closed due to weather or maintenance. Check here for ride details.
Admission: $39.50 Tickets must be purchased in advance and vaccine passports will be required for entry. See further details and buy tickets.
Hours: Select dates October 8-21, 2021
Location: East Hastings and Windermere Street at the Playland entrance, Vancouver, B.C.
Activities: A spellbinding Halloween flyover flight across Canada! Masks are mandatory.
Admission: Buy tickets online and save. Ticket prices vary by day but start from: Adults: $24 Children: $13 up to age 12 at least 102 cm / 40 inches tall and senior/student: $17
Hours: Starting October 1 until November 1, 2021
Location: 999 Canada Place, Vancouver
Activities: This is the 10th year of operating two guided walking tours for Halloween. A professional actor leads each tour. Small groups, social distancing, outdoors
Activities: Adult oriented event. A 1 km walking tour takes 1 hour and 30 minutes. Hear stories of Vancouver’s dark past of murders, fires and smallpox.
Admission: Adult tickets cost $32, and $29 for students and seniors. Tickets sellout fast. Purchase tickets here.
Hours: Nightly between October 15 and 31st, with multiple tour times to choose from.
Phone: (604) 227-7570
The Lost Souls walking tour is one of Vancouver’s best Halloween events
Activities: Adult oriented event for ages 14 and up. A 3 hour walking tour. Visit famous crime scenes, secret cemeteries and see ghost trees along with other iconic Stanley Park locations.
Admission: $35 – Adult, $32 Senior/Student. Purchase tickets here.
Hours: Starts at 10 am in mid-September.
Location: Start and finish by the fountain outside the Aquarium entrance
Phone: (604) 227-7570
Activities: Explore the Trick-or-Trout Maze and immerse yourself in the new SCOOB! 4D Experience movie. Dress-Up Days and Trick-or-Treat giveaways happen October 30 and 31.
Admission: Everyone age 12 and over must show their BC Vaccine Card as well as government issued identification. $42 – Adult, $36.75 – Senior/Student and $26.25 – ages 3-12. Purchase tickets here.
Hours: 10 am – 5 pm., October 1 – 31, 2021
Location: 845 Avison Way, Vancouver, in Stanley Park.
Activities: Take grisly audio tour through the Vancouver Police Museum in a historic 89-year-old building. Includes a walk though the old City Morgue, where more than 20,000 bodies came in and the recreated 1970s Autopsy Suite.
Admission: Tickets prices range from $8 – $12. Family rate is $30. Book tickets here.
Hours: Starts October 1, 2021.
Location: Vancouver Police Museum & Archives, 240 East Cordova Street, Vancouver
Activities: Take the Ghost Train through the forest following Alice and the Not-So-White Rabbit into a gothic nightmare world. (ride all you want between 11 am – 2 pm). Explore the small pumpkin patch, crafts and movies, haunted maze, exhibits by the Stanley Park Ecology Society and farmyard.
Hours: Not hosting this event in 2021
Location: West Georgia Street park entrance, Pipeline Road in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C.
Activities: Take a 2.5 hour tour on a San Francisco like trolley to some of Vancouver’s most spooky spots and hear about frightening tales of murders and ghosts.
Location: 999 Canada Place Way, Welcome Kiosk.
Vancouver Zombie Bike Ride – October 30, 2021, 4 – 7 pm
Activities: A free family-friendly, costumed bike ride for zombies, ghouls, witches, wizards, sugar skulls and the undead. The 12 km bike ride goes from Science World to Grandview Park on Commercial Drive, through Stanley Park and Granville Island. The route is mostly flat and goes along the seawall or protected bike lanes. The ride ends near the site for the Parade of Lost Souls (see below)
The ride is at a comfortable party pace.
Admission: Free. Wear a costume or come with face painted.
Important: Bring bike lights, ride safely. Critical mass safety protocol will be used to cross intersections.
Event happens rain or shine.
Hours: October 30, 2021, Starts at 4 pm and ride ends at 7 pm
Location: Starts at Science World and ends at Grandview Park.
Parade of Lost Souls 2021 – October 30, 2021, 7 – 10 pm
Activities: The Parade of Lost Souls is back. Follow the Carnival Band. Bring a shrine, installation or perform along the hourly route. The parade route is a secret. Keep checking their website for more details. Lost Souls After Party is at Wise Hall with live music, performances and visuals, 9:30 pm – 1:30 am. No minors allowed. Wise Hall is located at 1882 Adanac Street. Buy tickets here. The after party sells out quickly.
Admission: Free but a donation of $5 is appreciated to keep this event going.
Hours: Hourly processions start at 7, 8, and 9 pm. The 7 pm Parade of Little Souls is for kids of all ages.
Location: Britannia Community Centre, meet at the Britannia Library, 1661 Napier Street, Vancouver.
Location: Downtown Vancouver
Activities: Enchanted garden of lights show, sounds and magical moments. The old barred owl has cast a “hootenanny” spell. Follow Anna the hummingbird and her friends lift the spell collecting treats along the way. New food vendors and an expanded event area. Crafts and scavenger hunt.
Hours: Not hosting this event in 2021
Location: VanDusen Botanical Garden, 5251 Oak St, Vancouver
Activities: A spooky haunted house in a heritage home created by the West End Community Centre
Hours: This event is not available in 2021
Location: Barclay Manor, 1447 Barclay Street in Vancouver
Activities: A spooky entertainment, crafts and fun for children ages 5-7. Dress in costume. Parents must be in attendance.
Admission: Register for event here.
Hours: 10 am – 12 pm October 30, 2021
Location: Coal Harbour Community Centre, 480 Broughton Street, Vancouver, BC
Website: Halloween Carnival
Halloween Vancouver Boat Parties
Activities: There are four Halloween boat parties scheduled. Enjoy spectacular harbour views of the city on any of these party boats. There is music, dancing, premium bar and food available. Participants must follow all COVID 19 safety protocols provided by the venue and show proof of vaccination upon entry. Costumes are encouraged, but not mandatory. For full details visit www.vancouverboatparties.com
Admission: For 19+ only. Rates vary from $28.92 to $95.75 Theses events sell out quickly.
Hours: Freaky Friday, Halloween Party, October 29; Lost in Sea, Halloween Party, October 30;
Location: 760 Pacific Boulevard, Vancouver
Burnaby Haunted Halloween Guide
Activities: The 10-acre Burnaby Village Museum is transformed into a magical world of Eerie Illusions. This family-friendly experience for all ages features a feast of breathtaking colour, with talking crows, invisible bands and photo-bombing ghouls. This outdoor event will runs rain or shine. Please dress for the weather. Food trucks will be on site for treats and take-out food is available at the cafe. Carousel rides will not be available. Parking is limited. Trick or treating will not be taking place.
Admission: Adults – $10, Children ages 2-12 – $5 Under 2 Free. Tickets must be purchased in advance from the Shadbolt Theatre online
or by calling 604-205-3000.
Richmond Haunted Halloween Guide
Activities: Family-friendly crafts and games and spooky tales of the deep dark sea.
Admission: Adults $11.90, Youth (0-17) $free, Seniors (65+) $10.20
Hours: October 2 – 31, 2021
Location: 12138 Fourth Avenue in Steveston Village.
Activities: Entertainment for all ages; fire jugglers, music, dancing, roving performers, fireworks
Hours: Pending – October 31. Starts at 6:30 and concludes with fireworks starting at 8:30 pm.
Location: 7191 Granville Avenue, Richmond.
Wild Things at Richmond Nature Park – Pending – but the Nature Park trails are open during the day to enjoy
Activities: Family-friendly theatrical experience that ties together nature, wildlife and Halloween.
Location: 11851 Westminster Highway
North Vancouver Haunted Halloween Guide
Activities: Creepy, spooky outdoor event with live actors. The theme this year is “It’s Only Make-Believe” about twisted lullabies and bedtime stories.
Admission: Proceeds benefit the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund
Hours: Monday to Friday 6:30 – 9:30 pm, Saturday and Sunday 12 – 9:30 pm
Location: 3414 Emerald Drive, North Vancouver
Edgemont is one of the best Vancouver Halloween Haunts.
Surrey Haunted Halloween Guide
Creepy Crawlies at Urban Safari Rescue Society
Activities: Come have your Halloween photo taken with a with a real life lizard, slithery snake or spider at Surrey’s Urban Safari Rescue. The rescue is home to more than 350 exotic creatures. Posing is by appointment only.
Admission: Minimum $10 donation per animal picture plus regular admission. Proceeds go to feed the animals at the rescue. Regular Admission: $10.00 per adult (18 – 65) $6.00 per child, senior, or student, Children aged 3 and under are free
Hours: Open on various dates with extended hours from October 15 – 31, 2021
Location: 1395 176 Street, Surrey
Spooky Halloween at Urban Safari Rescue in Surrey. Courtesy Photo
Devil’s Descent and Death Valley Motor Inn
These two haunted houses are a live theatre attraction. The custom-built attraction of 15,000 square feet is filled creepy actors along with high-tech animatronics and digital sounds that can be very frightening are geared towards older teens and adults.
The Family Hour showings, available at select times on weekdays and weekends, provide brighter rooms and less noise with no actors or animatronics. The popular Li’l Haunters created specifically for children age 12 and under is no longer available during the pandemic.
Activities: Devil’s Descent takes you through creepy industrial mine shafts • Death Valley Motor Inn is a murderous 70s inspired motel.
Admission: Starts at $24.99 per person, all ages. SpeedPass starts at $44.99 per person, all ages. Tickets during this pandemic are Double-House Passes Tickets should be reserved in advance – Buy tickets here. Partial proceeds go to the Surrey Food Bank.
Family Hour admission is $10.99 for a single house or $16.99 for double house pass, per person, ages 4 and up. Under 3 is free.
Hours: Open on various dates from October 1 – 31, 2021 Complete schedule here.
Location: 12530 72nd Avenue, Surrey
Activities: Come to this Escape Room to solve puzzles and search for clues as you try to escape from a “burning building” in 20 minutes. The escape room is sanitized between groups.
Admission: $25.00 based on two people booking fee. Must be a minimum of 2 people and maximum 6 participants. Reserve your time and bring a friend or a group. Additional people in the group must pay on site before entry. Arrive 15 minutes before scheduled time. Partial proceeds go to the Surrey Food Bank.
Hours: Open on various dates from October 1 – 31, 2021
Location: 12530 72nd Avenue, Surrey
Activities: Meet Chainsaw Charlie. For children 12+ and adults who are prepared to scream in the haunted forest filled with ghoulish characters, creepy sounds and sights.
Hours: Open rain or shine October 15 – 31, 2021, 6:30 – 10 pm.
Location: Bear Creek Park, 13750 88th Avenue, Surrey.
Art’s Nursery Outdoor Scarecrow Stroll
Activities: There are more than 60 scarecrows, a scavenger hunt, pop-up pumpkin patch and photo-op. On weekends there is live music and food trucks.
Pick up a Scarecrow Kit to build at home and to support various charities. Kits are $14.95 and up.
Hours: September 25 through October 31.
Location: 8940 192 Street, Surrey, BC
Art’s Nursery Outdoor Scarecrow Stroll and Pumpkin Patch Photo: Melanie Lomond©
Coquitlam Haunted Halloween Guide
Port Moody Haunted Halloween Guide
Anmore Manor Haunted House
Anmore Manor Haunted House won the best walkthrough Haunted House award from the Canadian Haunters Association in 2018, 2019.
Activities: A fun haunted house walkthrough with live actors following Provincial Health guidelines.
Admission: Entry by cash donation. All cash and food proceeds go to the Share Society Food Bank.
Hours: October 23, 24, 29, 30 and 31, 2021, 7 pm – 10:30 pm. See website for more information.
Location: 1151 Robin Way, Anmore, BC
Website: Anmore Manor Haunted House
Are your ready to be scared at Anmore Manor Haunted House?
Maple Ridge Haunted Halloween Guide
Activities: Celebrating fall and Halloween. Family fun-filled activities include storytelling, pumpkins, crafts, games, food trucks and a fireworks finale.
Hours: October 22, 2021, 6 pm – 8:30 pm. Fireworks at 8:00 pm.
Location: Memorial Peace Park, Maple Ridge
The best of Halloween – Celebrate the night in Maple Ridge.
Langley Haunted Halloween Guide
Brinkworth Dungeon – Is open! Scary and Safe – check Facebook page for updates
Activities: Brinkworth Dungeon will open October 7 to celebrate 21 years of over 5,000 square feet of haunted sets, displays and a “Chamber of Horrors”. See Revenge of the Mummy, Silent Hill Asylum and the Brinkworth Dungeon. No live actors this year.
Admission: Bring a non-perishable item for the food bank plus $14 – Ages 14+, $6 – Age 6 – 13, 5 and under free, must be accompanied by an adult at all times.No medical mask covering mouth and nose, no entry. Halloween masks do not count. Contact information will be taken from all visitors. Maximum 6 family members.
Hours: October 7-31, 2021 Creepy Tours – Sunday thru Thursday 7 pm – 10 pm, Friday and Saturday – Monsters come to life – 8 pm -11 pm.
Location: 22260 48th Avenue, Murrayville, Langley
Phone: 604-500-0181 Facebook
Brinkworth Dungeon is one of the best Halloween Events Metro Vancouver
Grave Tales Historic Walking Tour of Fort Langley – October 15 – November 7, 2021
Activities: Hear spooky tales and history of Fort Langley.
Admission: $22 – Adult for 2 hour tour. Book advance tickets over the phone 604-513-4824 or at the ticket booth.
Hours: October 15 – November 7, 2021
Location: Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 604-513-4824
Abbotsford Haunted Halloween Guide
(about an hour from Vancouver)
Activities: Three attractions – Pitch Black, The Scariest Hunted Corn Maze in Canada and Scariest Forest in Canada. Actors do not touch you.
Admission: Tickets sold online only and must be bought in parities of 4 to 6. Prices rage from $35 – $48 depending on the day and other ticket options. Check the rates and buy tickets here. Ticket sales start at 6 pm on Sept. 17, 2021.
Hours: Open now through to October 31, 2021 Check dates and hours here. Open rain or shine.
Location: 790 McKenzie Road, Abbotsford, BC
Visit Maan Farms scariest haunted corn maze and forest.
Chilliwack Haunted Halloween Guide
Activities: Outside in the Maze of Terror, look out for the Chainsaw Massacre experience roaming the maze. Important: parking is tough to find the last two weekends. Car pool recommended.
Admission: Not recommended for children under 10. $15
Hours: Opens Sept 24, 2021, but not open every day. Check times here.
Location: 9243 Gibson Road, Chilliwack. Exit 123 off Hwy 1. Do not park on the road – you will be towed.
Mission Haunted Halloween Guide
Admission: $7 or $5 at the door with a non-perishable food donation for Mission Community Services.
Location: 8760 McLean Street, Mission
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