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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.

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.

Halloween Guide for Metro Vancouver

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Vancouver Haunted Halloween Guide

Fright Nights at the PNE

Activities: There are eight haunted houses, including the “the Bloodshed” and “Car-N-Evil” 3D Experience, 20 thrill rides, midway games, Fright Night Freaks, The Monsters of Schloch comedy stunt show, and more. Download a map of the haunted houses and rides.
Admission:  Prices vary. Event nights may sell out. Buy tickets here. A rapid pass is also available for faster entry to the park, the haunted houses and one round on the most popular rides.
Hours: Open 7 pm – 11pm: October 4-6; 7pm-Midnight or later;  October 11-13, 16-20, 23-31.
Location: East Hastings and Windermere Street at the Playland entrance, Vancouver, B.C.
Phone: 604-253-2311

Haunted Halloween Fright Nights at the PNE

Haunted Halloween Fright Nights at the PNE. Photo Courtesy of PNE.

Stanley Park Halloween Ghost Train – Alice in Nightmareland

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.
Admission:  $8 – Ages 3-12, $12 – Ages 19-64, $9 – Youth and Senior, Matinee train all ages- $6.  Buy tickets online or phone 604-252-3700. **Save on select weekdays. Offer only available online – Buy one Ghost Train ticket and get one for free on Oct 15, 16, 21 or 22.
Hours: Open rain or shine, but call first if weather conditions are extreme, as the attraction might close for safety reasons. 604-257-8531
Little Monsters matinee is fright-free for children during the day and offers unlimited train rides. Friday to Sunday, 11am – 2 pm.
The Park after Dark adds spooky sounds and sights as well as live actors: Monday to Thursday, 5:50 pm – 9:30 pm; Friday to Sunday, 5:30 pm to 10 pm.
Location: West Georgia Street park entrance, Pipeline Road in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C.
Phone: 604-257-8531

Vancouver Aquarium After Hours Halloween

Activities: Get spooked this Halloween with sharks, jellyfish, a costume contest, trivia and more while you sip a cocktail and explore the galleries. Costumes are encouraged, but not mandatory. With 2 DJ’s, 2 Dance floors and plenty of fun stuff to do. Age 19+ VIP tickets available. Order tickets online 
This is a fundraising event for Ocean Wise Conservation Association. Please check costume restrictions for the safety of animals and guests.

Thursday October 31, 2019
Time: 6:30 pm – 11 pm
Location: Vancouver Aquarium, 845 Avison Way, Vancouver.
Shuttle transportation provided by West Coast Sight seeing at the end of the night to Canada place, giving guests a safe ride out of the park. Easy bus access on the 19 to Stanley Park.

Vancouver Haunted Trolley Tours

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.
Admission:  $59 – Adults.
Hours: Times vary
Location: 999 Canada Place Way, Welcome Kiosk.
Phone: 604-451-1600

Glow in the Garden – VanDusen Botanical Gardens

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.
Admission: $9.30 – Ages 3 and up, $13.50 – Adults, $11.50 Seniors/Youth. Purchase tickets online or at the gate. Save $1 per ticket when buying online.
Hours: Open daily October 17 – 27, from 5 pm to 9 pm with three time slots per night. Reserve tickets online to avoid disappointment.
5 pm to 6 pm, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm, 8 pm to 9 pm.
Location: VanDusen Botanical Garden, 5251 Oak St, Vancouver

Barclay Manor Haunted House

Activities: A spooky haunted house in a heritage home created by the West End Community Centre
Admission: $3 per person or $10 Family Rate. Purchase tickets at the door
Hours: October 25, 7 – 9 pm; October 26, 4:30-6 pm
Location: Barclay Manor, 1447 Barclay Street in Vancouver
Phone: 604-257-8333

Halloween at Flyover Canada

Activities: Join Broomelda at the Haunted Witches Academy before a spellbinding flight across Canada!

  • The Ultimate Flying Ride FlyOver Canada, a breathtaking 8-minute flight ride experience
  • Broomelda’s Witches Academy Themed Pre-Show
  • Halloween theming and spine-tingling decorations
  • Witches and Wizards of all ages are encouraged to dress up!

Admission: Buy tickets online and save. BC Residents save up to 20%. Ticket prices vary by day but start from: Adults: $27 Children: $17 age 12 or under and at least 102 cm/ 40 inches tall
Hours: October 17 – November 3. Monday thru Friday 3:15 – 9 pm, Saturday 10 am – 11 pm, Sunday 10 am – 9 pm.
Location: 999 Canada Place, Vancouver
Phone: 1.855.463.4822

Parade of Lost Souls

Activities: This year’s theme is marine inspired. There will be clowns, music, food trucks, art installations and much more. The parade route is secret and will be announced at midnight the night before. Check here.
Get ready for the parade by participating in the workshops below.
Time Warp Flashmob Workshop Oct 12, 26 & 28
Rhythm Nation Flashmob Workshop Oct 13, 27, 28
Giant Puppet Workshop Oct 20
Admission: Free but donations will be accepted.
Parade: November 2nd, 2019 Parade of Little Souls (Procession for kids!) 7-8 PM, Parade of Lost Souls 8-10 PM Parade is free but donations will be accepted.
• After-Party 10 pm – 2 am (at the Wise Hall) Tickets $20-$30 available online after October 1.
Location: The procession starts at Britannia Library

Forbidden Vancouver Walking Tours

Activities: Three guided walking tours are offered for Halloween. A professional actor leads each tour.

The Lost Souls of Gastown

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: $28 – Adult, $25 Senior/Student Purchase tickets here.
Hours: All year: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 pm.; Extended dates and times for Hallloween, starts at 8 pm.Location: Tour begins at Cathedral Square (at the corner of Richards and Dunsmuir). It finishes at Maple Tree Square Gastown.
Phone: (604) 227-7570

The Forbidden Tours

Activities: Adult oriented event. A 1 km walking tour takes 2 hours. Walk through Vancouver’s most historic areas. Listen to stories about opium dens, bootlegging, corruption and vice.
Admission: $28 – Adult, $25 Senior/Student. Purchase tickets here.
Hours: 7 pm. Monday-Saturday and 4 p.m. Sundays April through mid-October.
Location: Cathedral Square, across from the Holy Rosary Cathedral at Dunsmuir & Richards. It finishes at Maple Tree Square Gastown.
Phone: (604) 227-7570

The Secrets of Stanley Park

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: Wednesday and Saturday at 2 p.m. April through November.
Location: Start and finish by the fountain outside the Aquarium entrance
Phone: (604) 227-7570

Burnaby Haunted Halloween Guide

Burnaby’s Haunted Village Burnaby Village Museum

Activities: Trick-or treating, entertainment and an old fashioned carousel ride. Everyone is encouraged to wear a costume.
Admission: $9 for Children ages 2-12, $14 for Adults, youth & seniors. Buy tickets in advance online
Hours: October 25-28, 6 – 9 pm
Location: 6501 Deer Lake Ave, Burnaby.
Phone: 604-297-4565
Haunted Halloween Village at Burnaby Village Museum

Haunted Halloween Village at Burnaby Village Museum

Richmond Haunted Halloween Guide

Halloween at the Cannery – The Haunted Sea

Activities: Family-friendly crafts and games and spooky tales of the deep dark sea.
Admission: Adults $11, Youth (6-17) $7, Seniors (65+) $9
Hours: October 26 and 27, 11 am to 4 pm.
Location: 12138 Fourth Avenue in Steveston Village.
Phone: 604-664-9009

Minoru Halloween Fireworks at Minoru Park –  Festival and Fireworks Celebration

Activities: Entertainment for all ages; fire jugglers, music, dancing, roving performers, fireworks
Admission: Free
Hours: October 31. Starts at 6:30 and concludes with fireworks starting at 8:30 pm.
Location: 7191 Granville Avenue, Richmond.
Phone: 604-244-1208

Wild Things at Richmond Nature Park

Activities: Family-friendly theatrical experience that ties together nature, wildlife and Halloween.
Admission: $6, 3 and under free
Hours: October 19 – 20, 5:30- 8:30 pm
Location: 11851 Westminster Highway
Phone: 604-718-6188

North Vancouver Haunted Halloween Guide

The Haunt of Edgemont Haunted House True North Terror

Activities: Creepy, spooky outdoor event with live actors.
Admission: Proceeds benefit the BC  Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund
Hours: October 11 – 31, Monday – Friday 6:30 – 9:30 pm.; Saturday and Sunday 12 noon – 9:30 pm.
Location: 3414 Emerald Drive, North Vancouver

Surrey Haunted Halloween Guide

Potter House of Horrors

Li’l Haunters is for kids 12 and under. It is not so spooky. Mystic Village ghost town and Spooky Castle.
• Two haunted houses, Death Valley Motor Inn and Devils Descent. If you want to see both, you need to buy two tickets.
• The Escape From Incineration Escape Room
Buy Tickets here for all attractions. Some of limited availability online and on-site.
Admission:  Li’l Haunters and Family Hours prices start at $9.99. Ultra-Scary:$12.99 – Ages 12 and under, $15.99 – Adults, Speed Pass $24.99 – Ages 12 and under, Speed Pass $29.99 – Adults- Tickets are for one haunted house only.  Buy tickets. Please note the Ultra Scary Show has limited availability.
Hours: See schedule here. Times vary. Sept 27 & 28 Preview nights 50% off. October 4 – 31 closed Oct 14. Family Hour and L’il Haunters times vary but start at 12 pm – 6:30 pm.  Ultra-Scary 7 pm – 10 pm. See schedule here.
Location: 12530 72nd Avenue, Surrey
Phone: 604-572-7706

Halloween Pumpkin Patch Express at Bear Creek Park

Activities: Crafts and activities, ride the train to the pumpkin patch, pick a pumpkin and then ride the train again when you are done.
Admission: $10 per person ages 2 and up. Group rates available.
Available for school tours
Hours: Open rain or shine October 5 – 31, 10 am – 4:30 pm.
Location: Bear Creek Park, 13750 88th Avenue, Surrey.
Phone: 604-501-1232

The Haunted Forest Scream Train at Bear Creek Park

Activities: Meet Chainsaw Charlie. For older children and adults who are prepared to scream in the haunted forest filled with ghoulish characters, creepy sounds and sights.
Admission: $13
Hours: Open rain or shine October 11 – 31, 6:30 – 10 pm. To avoid lineups tickets can be purchased in advance at the train starting October 5.
Location: Bear Creek Park, 13750 88th Avenue, Surrey.
Phone: 604-501-1232

Coquitlam Haunted Halloween Guide

Coquitlam Halloween House

Activities: Fun for all ages. Lights, lasers, goblins and ghouls at the haunted house celebrating its 19th year.
Admission: Entry by donation to the Variety Children’s Charity. Online donations accepted here.
Hours: October 19 – 31, 6:30 – 9 pm.
Location: 443 Draycott Street, Coquitlam
Phone: 604-939-7419

Maple Ridge Haunted Halloween Guide

Celebrate the Night – Festival & Fireworks celebration

Activities: This year’s theme is “Light and Shadow” featuring music Blackberry Wood. There will be a Light Labyrinth created by the Secret Lantern Society, storytelling, pumpkins, crafts, games, food trucks and a fireworks finale. .
Admission: Free
Hours: October 27, 5 – 8 pm. Rain or shine. Fireworks at 7:30 pm.
Location: Memorial Peace Park, Maple Ridge
Phone: 604-467-7325.

Langley Haunted Halloween Guide

Brinkworth Dungeon

Activities: Celebrating its 19th year of over 5,000 square feet of haunted sets, displays and a “Chamber of Horrors”. Adult only evening of survival activities.
Admission: $10 – Adults, $5 – Age 12 – 18, 5 and under free
Hours: October 18 – 31,  7 pm – 10 pm    Thursday, Friday and Saturday is the more frightening “Trapped & Terrified” nights with actors.
Location: 22260 48th Avenue, Murreyville, Langley
Phone: 604-500-0181  Facebook

A Survivalist’s Guide to a Zombie Apocalypse

Activities: Adult only evening of survival activities
Admission: $41.50 – tickets in advance only:
Hours: September 28th 6 pm – 10 pm
Location: Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada
Email: Phone: 604 513 4777

Grave Tales Historic Walking Tour of Fort Langley

Activities: Hear spooky tales and history of Fort Langley.
Admission: $13.20 – Youth, $17.10 – Adult for 2hr tour and other options available. Book advance tickets online:
Hours: October 16-November 3 at 6 pm, 7 pm, 8 pm and 9 pm
Location: Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada
Email: Phone: 604 513 4777

Halloween at Fort Langley

Activities: Bring your kids for some fun Halloween activities. Go on a scavenger hunt, trick-or-treat at the historic buildings, and wear your costumes for great photos.
Admission: Purchase admission inside the Visitor Centre: $7.80 – Adult; $6.55 – senior. Free admission for youth 17 and under and annual pass holders.
Hours: October 27, 2019 – 10 am – 5 pm
Location: Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada
Email: Phone: 604 513 4777

The Haunted Graveyard of Brookswood – see our featured image

Activities: Pauline, Dorian & Taymen Steger have transformed their front yard into a spooky graveyard, where all kinds of things go BUMP in the night! The haunted graveyard is fun for all ages.
Admission: Enter by donation $2 minimum per person. All donations go to Sources Langley Food Bank.
Hours: Open Thursday, October 24 – October 31, 2018 from 5pm to 9pm daily.
Location: 4683 204 Street, Langley.

Abbotsford Haunted Halloween Guide

Mann Farms Haunted Corn Maze & Pitch Black

(about an hour from Vancouver)
Activities: Hunted Corn Maze: Come be frightened in a nighmarish corn maze. Actors do not touch you. Pitch Black – The demons of darkness, with passageways, touching but not full contact.
Admission: If you want to go to both events you must have two tickets, or buy a combo. Prices rage from $27 – $55 depending on the day and other ticket options. Check the rates and buy tickets here.
Hours: Open now through to November 2, 3. Check dates and hours here. Open rain or shine.
Location: 790 McKenzie Road, Abbotsford, BC
Phone: 604-864-5723

Chilliwack Haunted Halloween Guide

Reapers Haunted Attraction and Maze of Terror

Activities: The Reaper Haunted Attraction is a indoor theatrical horror experience. 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. $11 for Reapers, $11 for Maze of Terror or Combine the two for $20
Hours: October 4 – 31, 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

Mission Nightmare Haunted House

Admission: $7 or $5 at the door with a non-perishable food donation for Mission Community Services.
Hours: October 18 – 27, closed Oct 21 & 22, 7 – 10 pm.
Location: 8760 McLean Street, Mission

River’s Edge Knight’s Terror

Activities: New sights and sounds. Spooky haunted attraction at Mission Raceway Park presented by the Mission Arts Council.
Admission: $13 – Age restriction: Children 8-12 must be accompanied by an adult, no admittance under 8 years of age.
Hours: October 11 – 13, 18 – 20, 25 – 31.   7 pm – 10 pm.
Location: Mission Raceway Park 32670 Dyke Rd, Mission
Phone: 604-826-0029

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