Halloween is Monday, October 31, 2022 and most Halloween events in Toronto will be back on in 2022! That’s great news for those of us who like to get our scare on! Whether you enjoy spooky mazes, haunted walks or something tamer such as a pumpkin village, there is something for everyone in Toronto this Halloween. Get your tickets for these Halloween events in Toronto 2022 before they sell out!
Halloween Haunt returns to Canada’s Wonderland on select nights from September 23, 2022 to October 30, 2022. The theme park becomes a scream park filled with hundreds of monsters, scare zones, mazes, ghoulish street performers, live music, rides, and electrifying live shows.
Tickets are: Gate price: $75; Online price $44.99; Season Pass Bring-A-Friend (Season passholders can bring a friend at this reduced price): Gate price: $75; Online price: $29.99.
Halloween at Black Creek Pioneer Village 2022
Black Creek Pioneer Village will host Halloween At The Village on October, 15, 22, 29 and 30, 2022 from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Visitors can participate in grisly experiments at the Slimy Science Show, listen to the Village’s doctor share gruesome secrets of 19th-century medicine, and learn about witchcraft and wizardry, including the recipe for concocting a powerful witches’ brew. Find out about your future during fortune-telling games, then watch a petrifying puppet show. Make your own monster mask, then pick up old-fashioned ghost busting tricks at the Fake Frights Station.
Tickets for Halloween at the Village are General Public: Adult $22 plus HST; Child (3-14) $18 plus HST; Conservation Parks Members Free.
Legends of Horror takes over the grounds of Casa Loma from September 30, 2022 to October 31, 2022. Walk through the grounds at your own pace during this immersive theatrical experience. The two-kilometre trail begins in the lower gardens of Casa Loma and winds through the castle’s tunnels and spaces that have never been open to the public before.
Paid parking is available at George Brown College (south of Casa Loma off Macpherson Avenue). This parking is closest to the entrance at Walmer Road and Davenport Road. There is limited paid parking onsite at Casa Loma, subject to availability.
Children 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Parental discretion is advised. Strollers are not permitted.
Tickets are $37.66, $48 and $53.17 and can be purchased online. Tickets do not include access to tour inside Casa Loma.
Screemers, Toronto’s original haunted attraction, has relocated to Vaughan due to Covid restrictions. This pay-one-price event includes seven haunted walk-through mazes with over 120 live actors, as well as unlimited rides on the Midway of Madness. You can purchase food at the food truck eatery area.
Screemers takes place at 80 Interchange Way, Vaughan (across the street from Vaughan Metro Subway Station) from October 6-9, 13-16, 20-23, and 26-31, 2022.
General admission tickets are $39.95 plus $2.50 booking fee and $5.52 HST; VIP General admission tickets, which include front of the line access to all haunted attractions, are $54.95 plus $3.50 booking fee and $7.60 HST.
Take a Toronto ghost tour to put you in a spooky mood this Halloween season! The Haunted Walk of Toronto 2022 takes place from September 20, 2022 to October 31, 2022 at 8 p.m. The 75-minute tour begins at 10 Front Street West.
Adults $24.99; Youth (up to 14) $19.99; small group private tours (2-8 people) $150. Purchase tickets online.
Halloween Nights of Lights returns to Sherway Gardens in 2022. This immersive Halloween event in Toronto begins September 30, 2022 and runs until October 31, 2022. The experience takes place from sundown to 11 p.m. See more than 1.5 million LED and RGB animated lights synchronized with your favourite Halloween songs. Tickets for Halloween Nights of Lights are Adult Pass (13+) $19.99; Child Pass (2-12) $14.99; Children 1 and under Free; Family 4-pack $65 (2 adults + 2 child passes); Friends 4-pack $70 (4 adult passes). Free parking.
Tickets to Halloween Nights of Lights will also gain you access to Pumpkinville, located at the end of the Nights of Lights trail. This Halloween fair includes a village featuring more than 30,000 pumpkins and larger-than-life pumpkin sculptures. Pumpkinville only admission is $12; Children 12 months & younger Free.
Sherway Gardens is located at 25 The West Mall, Etobicoke.
I hope you have a great time at Halloween events in Toronto 2022. You might be interested in reading, “Where to Buy Halloween Costumes in Toronto“.