Looking for some frightful fun? Or maybe you prefer soirees that aren’t so spooky? Whatever your jam, we’ve found it! Read on for the Family Fun Edmonton Ultimate Guide to Halloween Events for 2020. Craving more? Click HERE to stay on top of ALL the Halloween events in and around Edmonton!
Halloween has been given the go ahead from Alberta’s top doctor, Deena Hinshaw, but there are several guidelines provided to help your family Have A Safe Halloween During COVID-19.
Grab a ticket for the most epic Halloween Adventure at Galaxyland in West Edmonton Mall on Saturday, October 31. Ride the rides, eat the treats and have a blast in your spooktacular costumes with the lights turned down low. This is an indoor event, so you won’t even need to worry about unpredictable weather! Limited spots available – for more details click here!
Seven days of FREE family fun at Londonderry Mall from October 24 to 31. Take part in the Pumpkin Scavenger Hunt and search the building for hidden pumpkins. Then stop to take some silly pictures in front of the spooky backdrops. If you participate, you could win one of two $200 mall gift cards … perfect for your holiday shopping! For more details click here!
All the treats, with none of the tricks! Head to Mill Woods Town Centre on the afternoon of October 31 to get your FREE treat bag for kids ages 12 and under. Put on your best costume and enjoy an afternoon of indoor Halloween fun for the little ones. For more details click here!
But wait … there’s more Halloween Events!
Reverse Trick or Treating (October 10, 17 & 24, 2020)
Celebrate Halloween a little bit early with costumed candy throwers from Theatre Garage in various communities around Edmonton … the streets will be full of treats!
A Not So Scary Haunted Hike (Weekends in October, 2020)
Enjoy a scaled down haunted house experience for only $5 a person! It’s the best haunted house experience for kids, located in Vegreville (1 hour east of Edmonton.)
Boo at the Zoo (October 24, 25 and 31, 2020)
Discover the spooky wonders of the animal kingdom at the Edmonton Valley Zoo. Wear your costumes and bring your treat bags to collect candy from stations around the zoo. Purchase tickets in advance!
Laser Halloween Spooktacular (October 30 & 31, 2020)
Purchase an advance ticket for this one-of-a-kind laser show at TELUS World of Science Edmonton. Get in the Halloween spirit with goulish music and lights – fun for all ages!
Dynamyx Gymnastics Halloween Event (October 31, 2020)
Kids ages 3 – 12 will have a spooky, active time with games, gymnastics and activities in their costumes. Tickets are $20 per child (accompanying adult doesn’t need to pay) and a treat bag is included.
Great Goulish Games in Parkdale (October 31, 2020)
Enjoy some spooky family festivities during the afternoon in the Parkdale community.Wear your costumes and play games, go on a scavenger hunt, carve pumpkins and win prizes!
Halloween at RAM (October 31, 2020)
All dressed up with nowhere to go? See the spooky side of Royal Alberta Museum and enjoy family friendly activities on Halloween, included with your admission.
Halloween Scavenger Hunt at Edmonton Ski Club (October 31, 2020)
Dress up and have some fun scavenging outdoors this year, without going door-to-door for candy! It’s free to participate, but a smartphone is needed. ** Waitlist currently being taken. **
Trunk or Treat at Celebration Church (October 31, 2020)
An alternative to trick or treating or cars are the houses and trunks are the doors. It’s outdoors, it’s free and there will be lots of candy! Claim your ticket today as space is limited.
Ghost Tours Through Old Strathcona (Until November 3, 2020)
Do you have older kids who love all things spooky? Take a walk through one of Edmonton’s oldest, most storied areas with an experienced storyteller and ghost expert.
Trunk or Treat at Life Church (October 31, 2020)
Add drive-thru Trunk or Treat at Life Church to your list of stops for the evening. Pick up some free goodie bags for the kids and then stop by the photo booth to capture a fun picture of your family.
It’s Alive! A Very Bootanical Halloween (October 30 – November 1, 2020)
A spell has been cast at the University of Alberta Botanic Garden, bringing the garden to life! Be on the watch for giant critters, living pumpkins, and spooky displays.
Treats R Us at Toys R Us (October 31, 2020)
Forget about the tricks, come find lots of treats at Toys R Us stores on Halloween day. Visit your local store for parades, prizes, costumes, and of course: CHOCOLATE.
Harvest Festival at Bethel Church (October 31, 2020)
Join Bethel Church for a COVID-safe time of fun and fellowship that will include a “trunk or treat” experience, pre-carved pumpkin contest, free hot chocolate, costume photo booth and more!
We hope you have a safe and healthy Halloween Edmonton! Enjoy checking out these family-friendly Halloween events around town.
Although we do our best to provide you with accurate information, all event details are subject to change. Please contact the facility to avoid disappointment.