Looking for some frightful fun? Or maybe you prefer soirees that aren’t so scary? Whatever your jam, we’ve found it! Read on for the Family Fun Edmonton Guide to Spooktacular Halloween Events for 2022. Craving more? Click HERE to see ALL of the Halloween events in and around Edmonton!

Pumpkins After Dark

September 29 – October 31 | Edmonton’s spooky season is a bit more magical this year with the Pumpkins After Dark! This walk-through exhibit in Borden Park includes over 6,000+ hand-carved pumpkin sculptures brought to life through specially curated lighting, music, and sound effects. For more information, click here.

Prairie Gardens HalloweenPumpkin Harvest Fun at Prairie Gardens and Adventure Farm

October 1 – 31 | Come get lost in the corn maze, meet some adorable farm animals, play games, and get ready for the spooky season by picking out your own unique pumpkin from the pumpkin patch! For more information, click here.

Halloween Fun Bonnie Doon CentreHalloween Fun at Bonnie Doon Centre

October 4 – 31 | This Halloween, bring your lil’ monsters to Bonnie Doon Centre for spooky selfies, trick-or-treating, and animal fun with the Earth Rangers! You never know what Edmonton’s weather forecast might bring, so the mall makes the perfect place to come for a warm and safe Halloween for all ages. For more information, click here.

Century 21 Leading Spooktacular AcreageSpooktacular Acreage Thumbnail

October 14-16, 20-23 & 27-31 | This low-scare Halloween display is just a short drive west of the city near Spruce Grove and offers up an assortment of character inflatables, animatronics and spooky decorations for your family to walk through and get into the Halloween spirit. For more information, click here.

Kingsway Mall HalloweenCreep into Kingsway Mall for Halloween

October 17 – 31 | Everyone can celebrate in spooktacular style with photo displays, family activities, trick-or-treating, and an epic costume contest. Discover all the great activities leading up to Halloween, plus be at the mall for trick-or-treating and free face painting on Halloween night! For more information, click here.

Boo at the ZooBoo At the Zoo

October 22 – 30 | Celebrate Halloween with the animals at the Edmonton Valley Zoo. Boo at the Zoo!, presented by North Central CO-OP, is back for another year of spooky family fun. Grab your tickets now for all the regular zoo highlights, plus the chance to wear your costume, collect treats, and see special animal presentations with some amazing critters. For more information, click here.

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Celebrate Hallo-Week at Londonderry Mall

October 24 – 31 | During Hallo-Week there are tons of ghoulish surprises in store including a scavenger hunt, costume contest, adorable pups, and VR experiences. Put on your costume and plan a visit down to the Londonderry Mall to get in on all the holiday fun! For more information, click here.

City of St Albert Halloween HauntCity of St Albert Halloween Haunt

October 29 | This family-friendly event offers kids aged 12 years and younger an extra opportunity to show off their costume and get into the Halloween spirit. Activities include a Spooky Public Skate, creepy crafts, trick-or-treating, inflatables, archery tag, the Bright Dental smile photo booth and more. Plus you might even run into a roaming character or two! For more information, click here.

Fright Night at GalaxylandFright Night at Galaxyland

October 29 | If thrilling rides, delicious food and spooky costumes are your thing, then you need to grab a ticket to Fright Night at Galaxyland in West Edmonton Mall! Come dressed in your most spooktacular costume and receive a bag of treats to snack on while you enjoy exclusive access to the indoor amusement park. For more information, click here.

YouthWrite Halloween ExperienceA Youthwrite Halloween Experience

October 29 | Get in the spooky spirit with two unique options: an Unhallowed Halloween LARP Adventure or a Creepilicious Halloween House Tour. Kids ages 10-17 can enjoy a spooky live-action role-play workshop led by improv experts Joey Lucius and Mason Repka, while all ages are invited to the spooky house tour of McLuhan House. For more information, click here.

Edmonton and Area Haunted Houses

Frightfully Fun Haunted Houses in Edmonton & Area

All Month Long | If you like scares, we’ve found them! Head here to discover all the amazing Haunted Houses in Edmonton and Area. There’s something for for ghosts and ghouls of all ages. For more information, click here.

Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes

Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes In and Around Edmonton

All Month Long | Head to a local farmyard to have some fall fun getting lost in a corn maze or picking your own pumpkin from a local patch! For more information, click here.

HalloWhinny EventsHorse around at 3 Great HalloWhinny Events

If your child loves horses and Halloween, they are in for a treat! Discover Halloween fun with their favourite animals during one of 3 great HalloWhinny Events in Edmonton and area. For more information, click here.

Trunk or TreatTrunk or Treat Events in Edmonton & Area

October 22 – 31 | An alternative to trick-or-treating where cars are the houses and trunks are the doors. Choose from one of several great event options on our list. For more information, click here.

Boo a Friend or Neighbour

Boo a Friend or Neighbour! {Free Printable}

What is Booing? Booing is the act of leaving someone secret treats or gifts for Halloween. It is meant to spread from there, where your two recipients then choose two more recipients to Boo and continue the fun. For more information, click here.

Spooky Skate-a-cular Family Fun Skate at Leduc Recreation Centre
October 21 | Enjoy an evening of skating with Halloween-themed music, activities, prizes, games, and fun.

Spooky Strathma Halloween Party
October 22 |
Adventure through Broadmoor Lake Park and complete a series of witchy challenges to help a coven of stranded witches get to their Halloween Celebration on time. If you can complete the quest and cast the spell, there may be a treat for you.

Summerside Grande Boulevard lit up for Halloween!
October 15 – 31 | Visit the neighbourhood of Summerside to see all the spooky lights and decorations down Grande Boulevard.

Treat Accessibly Halloween Village in St Albert
October 23 | Children with disabilities and their families are invited to experience curb-side and accessible trick-or-treating with each other and local neighbourhood kids during this fun event in St Albert.

We wish you a safe and healthy Halloween, Edmonton!

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