It's just about Halloween and all of those awesome scary attractions will be opening up! Manitoba has haunted houses, forests, trains, zombie chases, corn mazes, pumpkin patches and tons more.\nIf you're a horror fanatic and went out to see the new "IT" movie that just came out, Six Pines has some extra scary clowns this year. They will be there just waiting to scare the sh*t out of you!\nIf you want to have some spooky shots and cocktails, go to Fear The Living Dead at Adrenaline Adventures. They have cool Halloween themed drinks along with the scary zombie chase. Celebrate if you survive!\nSo if you are looking to be scared this Halloween, we have lots of options for you. Here are 13 Scariest Places To Go To In Manitoba For Halloween 2017. Do you dare to do them all?\nSee the scariest places by clicking a category below or NEXT to see them all:\nAll Ages\nAges 12+\nFree\nTo start with Scary Places For All Ages, click "NEXT"\nAll Ages:\nSpooky Barn // In Between Birds Hill & Cooks Creek\nWe all know Halloween can get cold so the Spooky Barn is great if it's freezing out because it's indoors. Parental accompaniment is recommended for those under 13.\nvia @brainradio\nBoonstra Farms // Stonewall\nThe tall Tower Of Terror is their super scary haunted house! They also have a super cool black hole that will trip you out. It's the only one in Manitoba.\nTerror On 12 // 58086 Hwy 12, Anola\nAdventure throughout the haunted estate if you dare. It's not recommended for young children and you can buy tickets online.\nAmaze In Corn // North Of St. Adolphe\nVisit the Haunted Forest and enter if you dare. The daytime is geared towards children while the night is geared towards ages 13+.\nvia @fortlareine\nFort la Reine // 2652 E Saskatchewan Ave, Portage la Prairie\nDare to go on their Ghost Walk through the candle lit Sleepy Hollow Museum Village. They also will be having a haunted village night market with vendors.\nTo see Scary Places For Ages 12+, click "NEXT"\nAges 12+:\nTalking To The Dead Bus Tour // North Of St. Adolphe\nEmbark on a paranormal activity tour with Squarepeg Tours. They bring tools to attempt to communicate with spirits. Ages 12+.\nPaintball Paradise // 568 Prest Ave, West St. Paul\nThe only place where you get to actually fight back against the zombies and shoot them! Escape The Dead is only on for 3 nights and you need to buy tickets in advance. Ages 14+.\nvia @_kalleyy\nSix Pines // North Of Winnipeg On Sturgeon Rd\nIf you watched the movie IT this year than Six Pines has some scary clowns for you! It's ages 16+ at night time but you can be younger with parental permission.\nvia @fearwpg.ca\nFear The Living Dead // Adrenaline Adventures, Headingly\nRun away from the zombies otherwise they'll grab you, literally! They even offer spooky drinks like brain booze shots. It's for ages 16+ & 18+ to drink.\nvia @_explaura_\nDalnavert Museum // 61 Carlton Street, Winnipeg\nVisit a real live haunted house this Halloween for the Dracula Unearthed event. They also offer wine tasting for ages 18+ in the house and tickets need to be bought in advance.\nTo see Free Scary Places, click "NEXT"\nFree:\nTerror Garage // 7 Bellavista Cres, Winnipeg\nVisit the scariest garage in the city! It's totally free and all donated proceeds go to Cancer Care Manitoba. It's only on for 4 nights though so don't miss it.\nvia @grimacres\nGrim Acres // West Of Brandon\nWith two haunted houses, you can go through the huge haunted warehouse or the actually abandoned house. It is free entry and all donations go toward the Canadian Cancer Society.\nFright Night // Riding Mountain National Park\nFor all you "IT" fans out there, they have designated "Clown Scare Zones". Entry is free and all donations go to the non-profit Friends Of Riding Mountain education programs.