Toronto is a super festive city for pretty much any occasion, so don't count Halloween out when it comes to the city's love for festivities. 

Toronto is home to multiple different attractions around Halloween, all that will give you chills down your spine. So if you're looking to find a new scare this year, there's tons of spooky things to do that you can find in and around Toronto.

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Haunted Houses

1. Legends of Horror

Where: Casa Loma // 100 Austin Terrace

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This theatrical horror experience returns to Toronto's castle in all grandeur. Take part in a self guided tour through the darkest and never before seen parts of the castle, all while encountering some legendary horror characters.


2. Halloween Haunt

Where: Canada's Wonderland // 1 Canada's Wonderland Dr.

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Canada's Wonderland brings the thrills at Halloween Haunt, featuring frightening creatures and haunted attractions in every corner!


3. Toronto's Horror Hallways

Where: 401 Mini Indy // 37 Stoffel Dr.

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This one is not for the faint of heart! Enter this frightening haunted house experience at your own risk, and don't say you weren't warned!


4. Screemers

Where: Exhibition Place Grounds // 180 Princes' Blvd.

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Toronto's largest and only scream park returns for the Halloween season! navigate your way through multiple haunted settings as you try your best to survive till the end. 


5. Nightmares Fear Factory

Where: 5631 Victoria Ave., Niagara Falls
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This is North America's oldest and longest running haunted house, so there's gotta be a reason why people keep coming back to be frightened! It's just that good!


6. Fear Farm

Where: 936685 Blenheim Rd., Bright

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Explore this fearful farm in the Kitchener-Waterloo area as you explore all of the various mazes and haunted houses. You can also pick pumpkins late into the night!


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Haunted Walks

7. Haunted High Park

Where: High Park // 11 Colborne Lodge Dr.

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Haunted High Park brings life to the actual rumoured haunting of Colborne Lodge. Hop on this guided tour that features theatrics that will spook you like never before!


8. The Haunted Walk Of Toronto

Where: Hockey Hall of Fame // 30 Yonge St.

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This haunted walk around Toronto takes you through some of Toronto's most notoriously haunted spots, and kicks off at the haunted Hockey Hall Of Fame. No actors, no fictional stories, only real facts!


9. Haunted Walk at Pioneer Village

Where: Black Creek Pioneer Village // 1000 Murray Ross Pkwy.

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Pioneer Village hosts it's very own haunted walk which takes you through the historical grounds, as a guide recounts every haunted spot and the story behind the haunting. 


10.  Fort York After Dark: Latern Tours

Where: Fort York National Historic Site // 100 Fort York Blvd.

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Fort York was once a war zone where thousands lost their lives in and around the feel. It is no doubt that spirits may linger there still! Go on this tour of the grounds after dark that will send shivers down your spine.


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11. Dark Waters

Where: Ripley's Aquarium // 288 Bremner Boulevard

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Discover the dark side of the Ripley's Aquarium as monsters of the sea lurk in the dark at this Halloween party that takes you into the deep dark waters. Don't forget to grab a drink and come dressed in your creepiest costume!


12. Carnivale Halloween

Where: The Great Hall // 1087 Queen St. W

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Join in the Halloween fun at this spooky carnivale themed party featuring creepy characters, lots of drinks to ease your nerves and good music to dance the night away!


13. Spooky Lagoon

Where: 99 Harbour Sq.

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This frightening boat tour takes you to Gibraltar Point Lighthouse, to recount the tale of a lighthouse keeper who haunts the island. Explore this historical terror through stunning views of the lake, and hopefully no other views that might leave you stunned.


14. Howling Hootenanny

Where: Black Creek Pioneer Village // 1000 Murray Ross Pkwy.

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Black Creek Pioneer Village brings on the Halloween madness in fun filled activities for everyone all throughout the spooky season. Don't miss out on mazes, haunted walks, scary stories and halloween treats!


15. Night of Dread

Where: Dufferin Grove Park // 875 Dufferin Park Ave.

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Night of Dread brings theatrics and drama to the Halloween festivities as spectators are treated to a show of horror and fun, in this stage production playing at Dufferin Grove Park.


16. Friday Night Live @ ROM

Where: Royal Ontario Museum // 100 Queens Park

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The ROM is back with another unique Friday night live, this time with a spooky twist. This Halloween themed night will feature fossils from some of the most terrifying creatures to walk the earth. Of course, there will also be music, food and drinks galore.


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