Here is a useful Haunted Halloween Guide for Metro Vancouver for 2023. 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.

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Fright Nights at Playland is introducing a new haunted house called The Void.

Plan ahead and save money. Look for early bird discount codes for some events – check out our updated 2023 Guide best pumpkin patches and corn mazes in Metro Vancouver, Best Metro Vancouver Fall Events and Festivals 2023, and the 2023 guide for Vancouver Christmas events, holiday light displays and markets.

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2023 Halloween Guide for Metro Vancouver

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Vancouver Haunted Halloween Guide

Fright Nights at Playland Oct 6 – 31, 2023

Celebrating 20 years the Fright Nights experience is back this fall at the Playland for 2023 and introducing a new haunted house called The Void. There are now eight haunted houses, 15+ thrill rides, haunting characters, creepy décor and live performances throughout the park. Look for mutant carnivores, terrifying monsters and re-animated dolls. Check here for ride details.

Fright Night is recommended for people 13 years and older.

Admission: Prices vary depending on the night and event. Early access includes an expedited line for park entry (beginning at 5 pm on select nights) and early access to three houses (The Void, Keepers Doll Factory and Darkness) for a $20.00 additional cost. Tickets sell out fast and there is a daily cap on the number of tickets sold.  Buy tickets now. Remember absolutely no costumes or costume face make up allowed by guests.

Hours: Select nights from October 6-31, 2023. Wednesday to Saturday 6 pm-12 am, Sunday 6 pm-11 pm.

Warning! Not recommended for ages 12 and under, seniors 65+, people with sensitivity to strobe lighting or fog machines, people with high blood pressure, heart conditions, pregnant women or people who scare easily.
Location: East Hastings and Windermere Street at the Playland entrance, Vancouver, B.C.
Phone: 604-253-2311

Haunted Walking Tours of Vancouver

Activities: Experience spooky storytelling with Ghostly Gastown Tours. They say they do not fabricate the ghost stories and all haunted stops on the tours are researched through archives and interviews. Adult oriented event for ages 12 and up. Check out the other two tours offered: Ghostly Downtown and Ghostly West End Stories.
Admission: $27 – Adults. Purchase tickets here.
Hours: Weekly on Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 pm

Vancouver Mysteries – October 13-31, 2023

Halloween Family Fun

Activities: Play Heroes & Villains an outdoor superhero game for families in downtown Vancouver designed for younger kids (ages 6 and up).

Each team gets a kit with a map, clues, artifacts and tools to use during the game plus a special edition Halloween Mystery Nights certificate (and usually some Halloween candy!). Each player gets a superpower to use during the game. If you’ve played an escape room game before you already know what to do – you book your game online and then show up at the address provided to play and follow the instructions. The main difference is that Vancouver Mysteries games are played outdoors and the play area covers approximately 2 kms instead of playing inside in a locked room.

Hours: Various times October 13-31, 2023. Each booking is for about 1.5 hours and game start will not be delayed if you arrive late. Note: Games are available all year.
Location: Secret start location where a Game Operator will meet you in character as Agent X to start the mystery and give you everything you need to play (tools, artifacts, clues, a map).
Phone: 778-707-1962 for more information or to book field trips, birthday parties and kids clubs. Chaperones/adult supervisors accompany each team for free.

Halloween Mystery Nights

Activities: Discover three outdoor mystery games in downtown Vancouver: Secret Mission Spy Game to Save the City (2 hours), Outdoor Super Hero Adventure (1 1/2 hours) and Outdoor Murder Mystery (2 hours). Tickets sell out fast. A team of 2 to 6 players competes against other teams for the top score. Every team receives a game kit to use to solve the mystery during the game and a certificate at the end and Halloween treats. Costumes encouraged. These games have have highly rated reviews from past players.
Admission: $35 per player. Two – 5 players. More than 5 players? Sign up multiple teams in one booking, just select “add another booking” before checking out. Games can accommodate 2-40 players. There is a Mega Mystery Game also available for up to 120 players.
Hours: Various times October 13-31, 2023. Each booking is for about 1 1/2 – 2 hours as indicated and game start will not be delayed if you arrive late. Note: Games are available all year.
Location: Secret start location where a game operator will meet you in character as a spy, detective or Agent X to start the mystery and give you everything you need to play (tools, artifacts, clues, a map). There is also a pop-up mystery game that can be brought to any location.
Phone: 778-707-1962 for more information.

Vancouver Mystery Nights Halloween Events

Vancouver Mystery Nights Halloween Events

Halloween HowlOver Canada at Flyover Canada 2023

Activities: Follow Biker Mama the witch and her loyal cat Tiger Moon on a spellbinding adventure across Canada! A 30-minute flyover experience, Halloween themed pre-show. Costumes welcome.

Admission: Buy tickets online and save. Ticket prices vary by day but start from: BC Locals save: Adults: $25 Children: $15 age 15 and under. Visit Monday through Thursday for free child admission with each accompanying adult – some days not included.
Hours: Starting September 28 until October 31, 2023
Location: 999 Canada Place, Vancouver
Phone: 1-855-463-4822

Forbidden Vancouver Walking Tours 2023

Activities: This is the 11th year of operating two guided walking tours for Halloween. A professional actor leads each tour. Small groups, social distancing, outdoors

The Lost Souls of Gastown 2023

Activities: Adult oriented event. Explore the back streets and alleyways on a 1.5 hour walking tour.

Hear stories of Vancouver’s dark past of murders, fires and smallpox.

Company founder and creator of the Lost Souls of Gastown, Will Woods, says, “Our goal is to transport every audience back to the city’s earliest years, when only a few thousand people made Vancouver home. You’ll stand in the very spot where the Great Fire swept through Gastown in 1886, and you’ll hear the spine-chilling tales of those that escaped…and those that didn’t.”

The tour leaves from outside Buro Coffee – 356 Water Street, Gastown
Admission: Tickets and sellout  fast. Purchase tickets here.
Hours: Every night until October 31st, 2023, with two tour times Thursday, Friday and Saturday, to choose from.

The Lost Souls walking tour is one of Vancouver's best Halloween events

The Lost Souls walking tour is one of Vancouver’s best Halloween events

The Dark Secrets of Stanley Park 2023

Activities: Adult oriented event for ages 14 and up. A two hour walking tour. Visit famous crime scenes, sinister stories and see ghost trees along with other iconic Stanley Park locations.
Admission: $32 – Adult, $29 Senior/Student. Purchase tickets here.
Location: Start and finish by the fountain outside the Aquarium entrance

Fintastic Fall Days at the Vancouver Aquarium – October 1- 31, 2023

Activities: Check out the new Spooky Wet Lab, new animal encounters with; rainbow boa, boa constrictor, Brazilian tarantula, and hissing cockroaches. There also a new limited time, Splash and Bubbles 4-D Experience®

Get a taste of fall with seasonal inspired food and treats for a limited time only – BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich, Fall Mac + Cheese , Sweet Potato Poutine, Seafood Chowder, Assorted Aquatic Fall Themed Sugar Cookies , Hot Apple Cider, Pumpkin Spiced Latte’s and BBQ Pulled Pork Poutine. 

Fintastic Fall Days at the Vancouver Aquarium

Fintastic Fall Days at the Vancouver Aquarium’s new Spooky Wet Lab. Photo: Wendy Nordvik-Carr©

Fintastic Fall Days at the Vancouver Aquarium

Fintastic Fall Days at the Vancouver Aquarium

Location: 845 Avison Way, Vancouver, in Stanley Park.

Black Lagoon Halloween pop-up bar at Butcher and Bullock October 2-31, 2023

Black Lagoon Halloween Pop-up Bar is an immersive house of horrors experience. Canada’s 100 Best named Black Lagoon the best Pop-up Bar for 2022.

Activities: The haunting atmosphere of Black Lagoon leans into goth culture and cult horror. Try the innovative spooky cocktails with names such as Screaming Banshee, Hexes for your Exes and Close Casket. Photo opportunities and more to come — costumes welcome! Remember, don’t drink and drive. Find a safe ride home.
Admission: Adults 19+ only – Admission is free! Cocktail prices vary
Location: Butcher and Bullock, 911 W Pender St, Vancouver, BC V6C 3B2
Screaming Banshee Haunted Halloween 2022

Screaming Banshee  a spooky cocktail offering at the Black Lagoon Halloween Pop-up Bar. Courtesy Image.

Vancouver Police Museum – True Crime and Sins in the City – 2023

Activities: Take a grisly tour through the Vancouver Police Museum in a historic 90-year-old building. The featured Real Cases, Real Evidence, True Crime exhibit looks at the tragic “Babes in the Wood” murder to the infamous “Milkshake Murder”. This also includes the permanent exhibits of the Coroner’s Court and the old City Morgue, where more than 20,000 bodies came in and the recreated 1970s Autopsy Suite.
Hours: The museum is closed Mondays thru Wednesday and Statutory Holidays.

Sins of the City Walking Tours go on a historical journey through Vancouver’s grittier past. Choose between two tours: Vice, Dice, & Opium Pipes or Soulfood & Strathcona.

Location: Vancouver Police Museum & Archives, 240 East Cordova Street, Vancouver

Stanley Park Halloween Ghost Train – Still no word about this event – It was cancelled in 2022!

The Ghost Train at Stanley Park is cancelled due to mechanical issues. Find out more here.

The train and its antique passenger cars and engines did not pass Technical Safety BC’s recent inspection. Fixing these old engines requires mechanics who are highly specialized with this type of vintage equipment and the parts are also extremely hard to find.

The Vancouver Parks Board is diligently working with SFU’s School of Sustainable Energy Engineering Team on longer-term solutions to update the ageing fleet, including climate-friendly alternatives like electric engines.
Let’s hope the mechanical issues are resolved in time for the fall and winter holiday events.
Phone: 604-257-8531

Vancouver Haunted Trolley Tours – Pending for 2023

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.
Hours: Not available in 2022, hopefully in 2023.
Location: 999 Canada Place Way, Welcome Kiosk.
Phone: 604-451-1600

Parade of Lost Souls – Everything! Everywhere! October 28, 2023

Activities: The Parade of Lost Souls is back. The theme this year is Everything! Everywhere!It may be impossible to know if there are really multiple universes when we look outward into the sky, but we know for sure that the multiverse is alive and well when we look inward… Because ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN in our imaginations!!!. 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 at Wise Hall with live music, performances and visuals, 10 pm-1 am. No minors allowed. Wise Hall is located at 1882 Adanac Street. Buy tickets here. The after party sells out quickly. Tickets go on sell September 10, 2023.

There are all sorts of fun activities to participate in prior to the event during the month of October. At workshops learn simple choreography to “The Time Warp” from The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Michael Jackson’s hit “Thriller”, plus the infamous German Witches Dance. At Happy Hour Drop-in Fridays buy or participate in costume making.
Admission: Free but a donation of $5 is appreciated to keep this event going. The after-party for ages 19+ is $35 plus taxes. Prices subject to change.
Hours: October 28, 2023. Hourly processions start at 7:30 and 8:30 pm. The 6:30 pm Parade of Little Souls is for kids of all ages.
Location: Britannia Community Centre, meet at the Britannia Library, 1661 Napier Street, Vancouver.

Parade of Lost Souls' Halloween theme for 2022 is Intergalactic Disco

Parade of Lost Souls’ Halloween theme for 2022 is Intergalactic Disco. Courtesy Photo.

Vancouver 9th Annual Halloween Parade Cancelled for 2023

Cosplay exhibition and performing arts ends in a colourful, entertaining parade to watch in downtown Vancouver.
The 2023 Vancouver Halloween Parade & Expo has been cancelled due to upcoming Granville Bridge loops demolition.
Location: Downtown Vancouver

Best Halloween events in Vancouver for 2022

The Halloween Parade is one of the best Halloween events in Vancouver for 2023. Courtesy Photo

Burnaby Halloween Guide

Pumpkins After Dark-Jack-O-Lanterns Come Alive – October 6 – 31, 2023

Activities: This award winning event features 6,000 glowing hand-carved pumpkins in a one-of-kind walk through family-fun experience. See dragons, dinosaurs and other popular Halloween characters. No blood and gore or jump out characters to frighten young children. There will be lots of great photo opportunities, pumpkin carving demonstrations and sweets and treats available.

Admission: Tickets must be purchased in advance. Buy tickets here.
Hours: Timed Slots between 7:00 – 10:30 pm, October 6 – 31, 2023
Location: Swangard Stadium at Central Park, near the southwest entrance, 6100 Boundary Rd, Burnaby. Note: parking is limited at Swangard Stadium. Take transit. There is a SkyTrain nearby. Check for the best route.
Phone: N/A

Burnaby Village Museum – Halloween Event – Oct 19 – 22 and Oct 26-29, 2023

Activities: The 10-acre Burnaby Village Museum is transformed into a wonderful family-friendly Halloween experience for all ages. The outdoor event runs rain or shine. Please dress for the weather. Food trucks may be on site for treats and Mae’s Café will be open with a Halloween themed treats. Carousel rides will not be available. Parking is limited.

Tickets go on sale mid-September.
Location: 6501 Deer Lake Ave, Burnaby.
Phone: 604-297-4565

The Monster Dash – October 29, 2023

Burnaby is having its first-ever Halloween-themed 5 km race called The Monster Dash. Find out more.

New Westminster Halloween Guide

All Hallows’ Eve Craft Market – October 14 and 15, 2023

Activities: There are 60 vendors offering interesting spooky, gothic, geeky, nerdy, mysterious, strange and unusual wares.
Admission: $2 at the door. Kids 12 and under are free.  Find out more.
Hours: October 14 from 11 am – 5 pm and October 15, 2023 from 11 am – 4 pm.
Location: Sapperton Hall, 318 Keary St. New Westminster, BC

Richmond Haunted Halloween Guide

Halloween at the Cannery – The Haunted Sea – 2023

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, 2023
Location: 12138 Fourth Avenue in Steveston Village.
Phone: 604-664-9009

S-BAT-ACULAR and Halloween Hoot at Richmond Nature Park

Activities: Family-friendly story walk with “Fiona the Fruit Bat” to learn all about bats. Travel the Halloween decorated Pond Trail in a Halloween costume.
Admission: Free
Hours: October 21-31, Saturday to Monday 9 am – 5 pm
Location: 11851 Westminster Highway
Phone: 604-718-6188

North Vancouver Haunted Halloween Guide

Canyon Frights at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park – October 13-31, 2023

Activities: Decorated with festive pumpkins and spooky displays, the Park is the place to be to celebrate the autumn season and revel in the frightful fun of Halloween. Kids of all ages can join in Halloween-themed games or complete the Canyon Frights Scavenger Hunt to win prizes! Explore the Park, take Instagram-worthy photos and visit the beautiful birds of Raptors Ridge, who are at the Park from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Admission: Book tickets here. Season Pass holders will still need to reserve a time.
Hours: 10 am-8 pm October 13-31, 2023
Location: 3735 Capilano Road, North Vancouver. Take a free shuttle to and from Canada Place.
Phone: 604-985-7474

The Haunt of Edgemont Haunted Display – TBA

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: TBA – Proceeds benefit the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund
Hours: TBA
Location: 3414 Emerald Drive, North Vancouver

Surrey Haunted Halloween Guide

Halloween Monster Express at Surrey Heritage Rail – October 14-15, 2023

Activities: Ride the Monster Express to Sullivan and return, see the Witches and the Werewolf of Halloween.
Admission: Only 400 tickets available. Tickets go on sale in September and must be purchased online. They sell out fast. Infant 2 and under are free but need a ticket.
Location: Cloverdale Station, FVHRS Station at HWY 10 (56 Ave) and 176A Street, just behind the Clydesdale Inn, Cloverdale, BC
Phone: 604-574-9056

Spooktacular Halloween Market – October 21, 2023

Activities: There are 90 vendors, free kids activities, food trucks, costumed characters, photo ops and more.
Admission: Admission by donation to Surrey Hospitals Foundation
Hours: 10 am – 4 pm., October 21, 2023
Location: 6050 176th Street, Cloverdale.

Cougar Creek’s House of Horrors – Opens September 29 – Look for discount code for 2023

Cougar Creek’s House of Horrors is back for fall 2023.

Surrey’s biggest and only live theatre horror attraction features three haunted houses entitled Echoes of Abbath, New Year’s Evil and The Zycho Zerkus. New for 2023 is Sinneraria, a Blindfold & Blackout Maze that offers horrifying sensations as you make your way through the maze while blindfolded.

One ticket gets you into all three haunted houses. Use this special discount code INCREDLIFE2023 for $2 off per ticket for regular passes.

The custom-built attraction of over 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 daytime showings, available the last three weekends in October, provide brighter rooms and less noise with no actors or animatronics. The Junior Show was created specifically for children age 12 and under.

Tickets sell out fast on many nights. Buy tickets here. Remember to use the discount code above. Partial proceeds go to the Surrey Food Bank.

Other activities include a creepy escape room, a fun coffin ride and a haunted photo booth.

Location: 12530 72nd Avenue, Surrey
Phone: 604-572-7706

Pumpkin Train at Bear Creek Park – October 1-31, 2023

Activities: Ride through the Halloween decorated forest. Receive a treat and a pumpkin. Concession on site.

Daytime Pumpkin train is $11.50 person age 2 and up. 10 am – 4:30 pm No online tickets. First come, first served.
Location: Bear Creek Park, 13750 88th Avenue, Surrey.
Phone: 604-501-1232

The Haunted Forest Scream Train at Bear Creek Park – October 13-31, 2023

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.

Night Train – $17.50 for Scream Train. Prices subject to change. Open rain or shine 6:30 – 10 pm. No refunds. Buy tickets.
Location: Bear Creek Park, 13750 88th Avenue, Surrey.
Phone: 604-501-1232

Art’s Nursery Outdoor Scarecrow Stroll 2023

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 23 through October 31, 2023.
Location: 8940 192 Street, Surrey, BC
Phone: 604-882-1201

Art's Nursery Outdoor Scarecrow Stroll and Pumpkin Patch Photo: Melanie Lomond©

Art’s Nursery Outdoor Scarecrow Stroll and Pumpkin Patch Photo: Melanie Lomond©

Coquitlam Haunted Halloween Guide

Vancouver Horror Nights Scream Park – Sorry this event has closed.

Port Moody Haunted Halloween Guide

Anmore Manor Haunted House 2023 – Opens October 21, 2023

Anmore Manor Haunted House won the best walkthrough Haunted House award from the Canadian Haunters Association in 2018, 2019 and Best Canadian Walkthrough Haunt 2022 and Best Set Design 2022.

Anmore Manor also won Home Haunter Awards Best Walkthrough Haunt 2022 and Best Overall 2022.

Activities: A full scare haunted house walk through with live actors. Book a private tour for the less scary version with no live actors (see below).
Admission: Entry by cash donation. Recommended donation is $10.00 per person. All cash and food proceeds go to the Share Society Food Bank. In 2022, $14,000 was raised for the society.
Hours: October 21 7-10:30 pm, October 22 7-10:00 pm, October 27 7 -10:30 pm, October 28 7-10:30pm, October 29 7-10:00 pm, October 31 7-9:30 pm. There are a limited supply of private tours of the manor ONLY available through advanced bookings. Note: There are no live actors on the private tours. Send a message through Facebook for more details.

Location: 1151 Robin Way, Anmore, BC
Facebook: Anmore Manor Haunted House

Are your ready to be scared at Anmore Manor Haunted House?

Are your ready to be scared at Anmore Manor Haunted House?

Maple Ridge Haunted Halloween Guide

Ghost Hunting in Haney House – October 13 and 14, 2023

Activities: The Dead of the Night of Paranormal Investigations of one of the oldest houses in Maple Ridge. This event is put on by Cornerstone Supernatural and Maple Ridge Museum. Take a 1 1/2 hour spooky tour to explore spirits of this old building.
Admission: Tickets are limited. $30 for adults. Book tickets here. 100% of proceeds go directly to the Maple Ridge Historical Society
Hours: October 13 and 14, 2023
Location: Thomas Haney House, 11612 224 Street, Maple Ridge
Phone: 604-463-5311

Celebrate the Night – Festival of Lights – October 20, 2023

Activities: Celebrating fall and Halloween. Family fun-filled activities include storytelling, pumpkins, crafts, games, food trucks and a fireworks finale.
Admission: Free
Hours: 6 pm – 8:00 pm. Fireworks at 8:00 pm.
Location: Memorial Peace Park, Maple Ridge
Phone: 604-467-7325.

The best of Halloween - Celebrate the night in Maple Ridge

The best of Halloween – Celebrate the night in Maple Ridge.

Alouette Cemetery – Opens October 1-31 2023

Halloween display in Maple Ridge created by Brad and Stacey Lyle.  Each year the display a little gets bigger.

Brad says, “We thought it would be nice to create a display that was spooky, yet family friendly. It’s like walking onto a creepy film set.”

Activities: A growing number of handmade animatronics and tombstones.
Admission: Free. Donations gratefully accepted for Katie’s Place, a volunteer non-profit animal shelter in Maple Ridge.

Hours: October 1-31, 2023  6 pm – 9 pm.
Location: 12795 227 A Street, Maple Ridge BC
Website: and Facebook

Alouette Cemetery halloween display in Maple Ridge put on my homeowners Brad and Stacey Lyle.

Alouette Cemetery Halloween display in Maple Ridge put on by Brad and Stacey Lyle.

Langley Haunted Halloween Guide

Brinkworth Dungeon – October 4 – November 5, 2023

Activities: Brinkworth Dungeon will celebrate 23 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.
Admission: Bring a non-perishable item for the food bank plus Sunday – Thursday: Ages 13+ $18, Age 6 – 12  $8, Friday and Saturday: Ages 13+ $20, Age 6 – 12  $10, 5 and under free, must be accompanied by an adult at all times. VIP prebook reserves $25 Ages 13+ $18, Age 6 – 12  $10.

Hours: Dates October 4 – November 5, 2023. Creepy Tours – Sunday through Thursday, 7 pm – 10 pm, Friday and Saturday – Monsters come to life – 7 pm -1o pm.
Location: 22260 48th Avenue, Murreyville, Langley
Phone: 604-500-0181  Facebook

Brinkworth Dungeon is one of the best Halloween Events Metro Vancouver

Brinkworth Dungeon is one of the best Halloween Events Metro Vancouver

Halloween at Fort Langley National Historic Site

Grave Tales Historic Walking Tour of Fort Langley – October 13-29, 2023

Activities: Hear spooky tales and history of Fort Langley.
Admission: The price ranges from 7 p.m. tour is $24.58, 8 p.m. tour is $31.58, 9 p.m. tour is $44.97. Tickets must be ordered in advance.

Haunted Halloween at Fort Langley National Historic Site - Grave-Tales

Haunted Halloween at Fort Langley National Historic Site – Grave-Tales. Courtesy Photo.

Abbotsford Halloween Guide

Haunted by Maan Farm Haunts – Agatha’s Witching Hour – Early bird tickets drop September 6, 2023

(about an hour from Vancouver)
Activities: Every year Maan Farm Haunts adds extra layers to this popular Halloween attraction. Offered this year: The Homestead is an interactive full touch experience, The Way Down – Hooded Haunt is a sensory overload and Slaughterhouse is billed as the scariest Corn Maze in Canada,.
Admission: Buy tickets starting, September 6, 2023.

Halloween inspired food and drink is available. There is wine-filled ‘blood’ bags at the Blood Bar or deep-fried treats and cotton candy delights, NaanTacos, Mad Jack Pumpkin Spice wine, Creepy Cloud Cocktail, Double Pumpkin SpiceCream, Pumpkin Spice Mini Donuts, and more of MamaMaan’s legendary cooking.

Location: 790 McKenzie Road, Abbotsford, BC
Phone: 604-864-5723

Maan Farm's Haunted Halloween The Way Down. Credit: Handout.

Maan Farm’s Haunted Halloween The Way Down. Credit: Courtesy Photo.

Fall food and wine at Maan Haunted

Fall food and wine at Maan Haunted. Photo: Courtesy.

Chilliwack Haunted Halloween Guide

Reapers Maze of Terror – September 30 – October 31, 2023

Activities: Outside in the Maze of Terror, look out for the Chainsaw Massacre experience roaming the maze and new scares. Rain or shine. Important: parking is tough to find the last two weekends. Car pool recommended.
Admission: Online ticket required for entry.
Hours: Open on select days September 30 – October 31, 2023
Location: 9243 Gibson Road, Chilliwack. Exit 123 off Hwy 1. Do not park on the road – you will be towed.

Mission Haunted Halloween Guide

Mission Nightmare Haunted House – pending

Admission: $7 or $5 at the door with a non-perishable food donation for Mission Community Services.
Hours: Pending
Location: 8760 McLean Street, Mission

Squamish Halloween

Spooktacular Halloween – Cabinet of Curiosities – October 14,15, 21, 22, 28 and 29, 2023

(about an hour from Vancouver)
Activities: A special Halloween underground tour, the annual Halloween Science Show, a self carving pumpkin station and mystery mythical creature mapping.
The Terra Lab is now the Terror Lab – enter at your own risk and try your hand at assembling a real killer whale skeleton!

Dates: October 14,15, 21, 22, 28 and 29, 2023

Location: Britannia Mine Museum, 150 Copper Drive, Britannia Beach, BC
Website: Britannia Mine Museum

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2023 Halloween Guide for Metro Vancouver