Halloween

Here are some family friendly Halloween events happening around the city. Please bear in mind there may still be a scary element to some of the festivities. It might be prudent to contact the venue to find out their level of fright!

Halloween at FlyOver Canada
HowlOver Canada Flies into FlyOver Canada

For many years, FlyOver Canada’s Halloween adventure has been one of our family’s favourite October adventures. We are incredibly excited to learn that for 2020, FlyOver Canada is launching a brand new Halloween experience. Riders are invited to join Biker Mama the Witch on a Halloween flight ride that will
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Haunted Sea
Halloween at the Cannery: Once Upon a Haunted Sea

Once Upon a Haunted Sea returns to the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site just in time for the month of Halloween. This event – re-imagined into a month-long experience – runs from October 2 – 31. Once Upon a Haunted Sea is a fairy-tale reboot of the Cannery’s
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Pumpkin Express at Bear Creek Park
Pumpkin Express at Bear Creek Park

The Pumpkin Express at Bear Creek Park is ready to celebrate Halloween 2021! Your ticket includes a train ride through the decorated forest, a treat, and a pumpkin. Cost $11 (includes tax) per person aged 2+ years. Please note there are no online tickets available. Tickets are available on a
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Scream Train at Bear Creek Park
Scream Train at Bear Creek Park

The Bear Creek forest comes alive with ghosts and ghouls intent on scaring you amidst creepy sounds and special effects. Favourite characters like Chainsaw Charlie are back. You might also run into the walking dead who roam the platform every Halloween! The Scream Train is recommended for kids 12+ who
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Reapers Haunted Attraction
Reapers Haunted Attraction & Maze of Terror

For 2021, just the Maze of Terror will be open. Please note masks are mandatory for 2021. Just because you’ve visited once doesn’t mean you’ve seen it all! Reapers Haunted Attraction is the scariest indoor horror experience around. This attraction is not for the faint of heart! The Moran Family
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Maan Farms Haunted Maze
Maan Farms Haunted Halloween

Are you ready for the scariest corn maze in Canada?! (I’m so not, such a chicken over here. You’ll have to tell me if you get out alive.) Here’s the gist of your impending scary adventure: after coming across a video about an abandoned testing facility beneath Maan Farms, Thomas
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Fort Langley's Grave Tales
Rattle Your Bones at Fort Langley’s Grave Tales

As is tradition during the month of Halloween, the Fort Langley National Historic Site is bringing back their Graves Tales walking tours. Steel your nerves and join the expert storytellers for a two-hour adventures of spine-tingling adventure as you wander the village of Fort Langley at night. The Grave Tales
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Spoo-ook-tacular at Britannia Mine Museum
Spoo-ook-tacular Halloween

The Britannia Mine Museum wonders if you are brave enough for family-friendly frights that focus on science. Bats, ghost stories and all things spooky will guarantee a Spoo-ook-tacular Halloween for those visitors who dare to join. Spoo-ook-tacular Halloween: When: October 23, 24, 30 & 31, 2021 Time: 11am – 3:30pm
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Scarecrow Stroll 2021
Scarecrow Stroll

You are invited to a Scarecrow Stroll! Given COVID-restrictions, the annual fall scarecrow event at Art’s Nursey has transformed into a Scarecrow Stroll. It starts Saturday Sept 25 and runs until Halloween! Visit the expansive 10+ acre nursery anytime between Sept 25 and Halloween to enjoy a casual, socially distant,
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Port Kells Nursery
Port Kells Pumpkin Patch

A visit to the Port Kells Pumpkin Patch, at Port Kells Nursery, is a tradition for many Metro Vancouver families. The Port Kells pumpkin patch is positively brimming with orange gourds ready to be transformed into pumpkin pie and jack o’lanterns. Admission to the Port Kells Pumpkin Patch is free.
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