This weekend festival on October 26-27, 2019, brings to life the Wizarding World filled with interactive shows, potions classes, maze, magic shows, and workshops on how to defend yourself against the Dark Enemy.
Bring your carved pumpkin to Gibson House Museum for one last chance to showcase your design on November 2, 2019. Pumpkins will be lit up and displayed outside throughout the evening so community members can see their neighbour’s Jack-o-Lanterns shine once more and celebrate the end of Halloween together.
Halloween Haunt runs select nights Sept. 27 to Oct. 27, 2019
Face your fears when darkness falls as Canada’s Wonderland is transformed from a “theme park” into a “scream park” during Halloween Haunt. Experience the thrills of your favourite rides at night and the frights awaiting you in our terrifying haunted attractions and shows. You won’t be able to hide from the hundreds of monsters waiting to feed off your screams. Halloween Haunt is the largest Halloween event in the Greater Toronto Area, taking place on select nights this fall. Don’t miss the fright of your life!
Hear chilling tales on a lantern tour of Fort York and its historic surroundings. Learn about a haunted lighthouse, the bloody Battle of York, and other eerie stories as you explore a nearby military cemetery. Tour the grounds and buildings of Fort York at night and hear creepy, strange, and unusual stories from site staff. Guests will learn about the Fort's history and many of its paranormal mysteries. This event is part of Toronto History Museums' Halloween programming. Join us from October 29 - November 1, 2019!