Presented by Halloween at FlyOver Canada
Calling all ghouls & goblins, it is time to celebrate Halloween 2020! We all know Halloween 2020 is going to be like nothing we’ve ever experienced before. We applaud venues and communities who have created unique way to celebrate this fun holiday all while remaining COVID-compliant.
Dr Henry and the BCCDC have released their guidelines for a COVID-safe Halloween. Click here to read more.
I know our family is building a candy-shoot. Our front door is convenient located 6 steps up from the sidewalk. With a piece of PVC pipe we will be able to stand on our porch and send candy down the slide to the trick-or-treaters below. Great way to keep our 6ft distance!
Communities across Metro Vancouver are hosting dozens of family-friendly pumpkin-filled events. Traditionally the list of Halloween events is massive…for 2020 we expect more events to be announced as we work our way through October! If we’ve missed an event you know about please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and will update our list faster than a ghost can say “boo”.
Your Halloween celebrations must start with finding the perfect pumpkin! Have you checked out our Ultimate Guide to Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes?
To help you find the events closest to you, click on the city-name below and you will be taken to that section of the list. Happy Haunting!
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Featured Event: Halloween at FlyOver Canada
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 be both unforgettable and full of fun! HowlOver Canada gets you soaring with a band of spooky sidekicks on your way to a music festival that’s truly out of this world. Eep! See, it’s truly a brand new experience for 2020. Don’t go thinking “I’ve been to Halloween at FlyOver Canada before” because you haven’t! HowlOver Canada runs from October 1 – November 1. **Contest alert! We are giving away FOUR tickets to experience HowlOver Canada! Click here to enter.**
It’s the witching hour this Halloween at Britannia Mine Museum! Bats, ghost stories and all things spooky (and science-y) will guarantee a Spoo-ook-tacular Halloween for those visitors who dare to join.
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 has been honing their scaring skills for 25+ years and they are good at it.
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.
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 8 to November 9. Once Upon a Haunted Sea is a fairy-tale reboot of the Cannery’s annual Halloween event, extended to a month-long installation for visitors of all ages to explore with safe distancing measures in place.
The annual Scarecrow Stroll at Art’s Nursery is back! Visit the expansive 10+ acre nursery anytime until Halloween to enjoy a casual, socially distance, outdoor stroll amongst 50+ scarecrows and Fall photo opportunities. Due to COVID the beloved “Build-A-Crow” activities is now one you can purchase to take home to complete.
Woo woo the Pumpkin Express is ready to pull into the station at Bear Creek Park! Riders will enjoy a trip through the decorated forest, and will delight with the treat and pumpkin they can take home. Please note online tickets aren’t available, tickets are available on a first-come-first-serve basis.
When you ride the Scream Train at Bear Creek the 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 older children who can handle being scared. Tickets are available online.
FEATURED EVENT: FlyOver Canada is celebrating the fun of Halloween by adding some spine-tingling entertainment to its popular, must-see attraction. New for 2020! Riders are invited to join Biker Mama the Witch on a Halloween flight ride that will be both unforgettable and full of fun! HowlOver Canada gets you soaring with a band of spooky sidekicks on your way to a music festival that’s truly out of this world. HowlOver Canada runs from October 1 – 31.
While the PNE Fright Nights can’t go ahead due to COVID, never fear you won’t miss out on the scary thrills this year! Welcome to PNE Slayland – Night of A Thousand Screams. This outdoor event runs Oct 9 – 31. A haunted walk-thru event plus scary rides, frightening monsters and more. Masks are mandatory, and costumes are allowed for the first-time ever! Also, due to the lack of haunted houses, kids under 13 years are allowed this year. Don’t forget to book your tickets in advance.
PNE Drive Thru Trick or Treats is a COVID-friendly, family event! The fun includes a drive-thru experience as well as a trick-or-treat bag with a selection of mini PNE goodies that includes a Halloween-themed candy apple, treat sized popcorn, mini cotton candy, mini donuts and packaged candy. Be sure to book your tickets in advance.
Halloween in Mount Pleasant is a family-friendly event with spooky live musical performances, hot chocolate, and individually wrapped trick-or-treat loot bags,
Don’t forget! 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 be both unforgettable and full of fun! HowlOver Canada gets you soaring with a band of spooky sidekicks on your way to a music festival that’s truly out of this world. Eep! See, it’s truly a brand new experience for 2020. Don’t go thinking “I’ve been to Halloween at FlyOver Canada before” because you haven’t! HowlOver Canada runs from October 1 – 31.