Family Fun Toronto Ultimate Guide to Halloween Events

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 Toronto Ultimate Guide to Halloween Events for 2020.

**Not sure how to celebrate Halloween safely in 2020? Read up on the Ontario guidelines here.


Boo at the Zoo (October 10 to 31)
Visit The Toronto Zoo to see their special Halloween exhibit and enjoy the beautiful Fall atmosphere. Or, check out the BOOmobile Drive Thru on October 30 & 31 for a unique experience by car … you might even see some ghosts!

Toronto’s Haunted Drive Thru (October 21 to November 1)
Safely celebrate Halloween from the comfort of your car! A 45 minute experience along Cherry Street filled with frightful props, lighting, decor and animatronics. Ages 13+.

Casa Loma Haunted House (October 23 to 31)
The ultimate haunted house is located at the historic Casa Loma! Take a self-guided tour to explore the spooky sets scattered around the property.

Spooky Science Week (October 28 & 31)
Check out the live events to learn about Creepy Crawlies or to join the Virtual Star Party. Various interactive Halloween activities are available on their website as well.

Pumpkins & Goodies at Regent Park (October 30 & 31)
Go to the Big Park on October 30 for a free pumpkin and goodie bag takeaway. Then join the virtual event on Halloween to learn how to carve your pumpkin.

Code Ninjas Digital Trick & Treat (October 31)
Alternative trick or treating, from home! Kids join a custom Roboblox game where they can dress up and hunt for candy. Registration is required, but it’s free to join.

Halloween at Black Creek Pioneer Village (various weekends in October & November)
Wear your costumes and go on a small group tour around the village! You’ll experience spooky sights, a puppet show, Halloween Hunt and more.


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