One of Toronto's favourite Halloween attractions is opening up this weekend, and it's going to be spookier than ever! Each year around October, Canada's Wonderland transforms into a nightmarish haunted theme park after dark. If taking a ride on one of their insane rollercoasters doesn't have you screaming, the creepy monsters and sinister haunted houses will! Canada's Wonderland 2019 Halloween Haunt is bringing all-new scary experiences to the park for the perfect spooky adventure.

This year, Canada's largest Halloween event will be offering some new features along with the usual haunted experiences. The Haunt is a unique way for guests to enjoy Wonderland after dark, and see the park in a whole new, spooky light. If you're a fan of haunted attractions, then this year's Halloween Haunt is a must-see.

Halloween Haunt features hundreds of horrific monsters and over 25 sinister attractions, including nine mazes, seven scare zones, and horrifying live shows. The event runs on select nights from September 27 to October 27. 

New to the Haunt this year is an immersive Gold Rush-themed scare zone. Cursed townsfolk will rise from their graves at the Yukon Striker, hungry for human victims. You can also see an all-new Freak Show, filled with unnerving displays of abnormal abilities and sorcery.

Dance the night away at the Toxic Party Zone, complete with electrifying music, lasers, and lights. You can even catch a glimpse of the laser performers who will put on a magical show filled with astounding feats.

Due to its frightening nature, Halloween Haunt is not recommended for children under 13. The event will run from 7 p.m. to midnight on select evenings.

Tickets can be purchased through Canada's Wonderland's website, and Gold Pass members will be granted unlimited access to the event, as well as the upcoming WinterFest.

Halloween Haunt 2019

Price: $31.99 + per person (online)

When: September 27 - October 27

Address: 1 Canada's Wonderland Drive Vaughan, ON L6A 1S6

Why You Need To Go: Experience brand new attractions at Canada's largest Halloween event.

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