With the Halloween around the corner, Woori Education Group has prepared for you the list of the best Halloween events in Toronto. Whether you want to participate in the parade, get spooked in one of the haunted mansions or scare your pants off listening to horror stories – Woori has you covered:
“Organized by Clay and Paper Theatre, the Night of Dread features towering puppets, stilt walkers, fire-spinners and more! There will be live music and entertainment following the parade”.
Saturday, October 28, 2017
4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Dufferin Grove Park
875 Dufferin Park Ave., Toronto, Ontario, M6H 4B2
“Canadas Wonderland is transformed for 14 terrifying nights in September & October to Halloween Haunt. This year will be bigger, better, and more terrifying than ever. Brave your way through horrifying mazes, scare zones, and live shows, in addition to 700 monsters prowling the Park”.
September 30 – October 31, 2017
1 Canadas Wonderland Drive, Vaughan, ON L6A 1S6
“Calling all costumed kiddies and celebrate the spirit of Halloween. Kids in costume (ages 12 and under) get FREE* admission when accompanied by an adult paying regular admission. Don’t forget your camera as we will also have our much-loved Halloween Photo Opportunities in place for the fun”.
October 21-October 29, 2017
The Toronto Zoo
2000 Meadowvale Rd, Toronto, ON M1B 5K7
“Explore the haunted side of the Toronto Islands – by boat. Spooky Lagoon will be taking brave souls across the lake and into the early history of the Islands. Discover the real story of the murder of John Paul Radelmüller, Gibraltar Point Lighthouse’s most famous keeper, as well as other scary stories. The true island tales will be told by 85-year island resident, Jimmy Jones (the “Unofficial Mayor of Toronto Island”)”.
October 5 – 8, 13 – 14, 20 – 21, & 27 – 31.
The first ride starts at 7:40 pm. Boats will be leaving every 10min until approximately 11:40 pm.
99 Harbour Sq, Toronto, ON M5J 2H2, Canada
“Enter Toronto’s High Park after dark and discover the chilling legends and ghostly tales that have been spooking visitors of the park for decades. Attendees can discover Victorian funeral and mourning traditions inside the candlelit rooms of historic Colborne Lodge and see what goes creak in the night. Spooky refreshments included!”
October 19, 20, 22, 27, 28 and 29 – 7:30 pm
11 Colborne Lodge Drive,Toronto, ON M6R, CanadaHappy Halloween!
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