With Halloween creeping up, it's time to go full spooky mode.\nYou can live like you're in The Nightmare Before Christmas by visiting Ontario's Halloween Town places.\nImmerse yourself in glowing pumpkins, and wander through spooky villages worthy of Jack himself.\nYou can even check out a real-life Nightmare Before Christmas installation complete with a light show and all your favourite characters.\nGet ready for some spooktacular adventures that Tim Burton would approve of this month.\nEditor's Choice: A Toronto Casting Call Will Pay You $1,600 To Drink Wine With Your Friends\nPumpkins After Dark\nPrice: $39 + per vehicle \nWhen: Until November 1, 2020\nAddress: 8560 Tremaine Rd., Milton, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: Drive through a pumpkin wonderland at this 2.5-kilometre glowing jack o' lantern trail.\n View this post on Instagram The first annual Pumpkins After Dark (@pumpkinsafterdark) is finally happening! Starting now till November 3rd, you can enjoy some pumpkin carving artwork at the Country Heritage Park. With sound effects, light and music, the park is transformed into a pumpkin wonderland! With over 5000 pumpkins on display, you will be assured you and your family will not be disappointed! Check out their webpage at www.pumpkinsafterdark.com to buy your tickets! . . . . . . . #toronto #torontopumpkin #pumpkincarving #torontoigers #torontoblogger #pumpkinsculpture #ilovetoronto #torontoactivities #torontothingstodo #pumpkin #torontothingstodo #lifestyleblogger #pumpkinfestival #igblogger #bloggerscanada #femaleblogger #jackolantern #torontolife #toblogger #torontohalloween #bloggerstyle #pumpkinsafterdark #yyzblogger #narcitytoronto #yyzblogger #torontofamily #torontolifestyle #torontoevents #milton #torontofestivals A post shared by Wendy | Toronto (@xowendyli) on Sep 28, 2019 at 6:05am PDT\n\nWebsite\nAcres Of Terror\nPrice: $25 per person\nWhen: Until October 31, 2020\nAddress: 1480 County Road 32, Crysler, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: Cannamore Orchard's Acres Of Terror includes an interactive Halloween-themed village with real characters. You'll feel like a Halloween Town local when wandering through this spot.\n View this post on Instagram a good friend of mine suggested I go apple picking, it was a great suggestion🍎🍂 A post shared by Paige Barrett (@paigebarrett24) on Sep 18, 2019 at 5:39pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nThe Nightmare Before Christmas Experience\nPrice: Free\nWhen: October 25 - 31, 2020\nAddress: 20 Fox Run Dr., Guelph, ON,\nWhy You Need To Go: Visit an actual version of Halloween Town at this incredible The Nightmare Before Christmas installation. You can view the family-run exhibit from your car.\n\n \n \n \n \n \n The Nightmare Before Christmas Experience | Facebook\n \n \n \nWebsite\nHaunted Drive-Thru\nPrice: TBA\nWhen: TBA\nAddress: 176 Cherry St. at the Docks, Toronto, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: A brand new haunted drive-thru is opening in Toronto, and you can explore all sorts of spooky scenes from your car.\n View this post on Instagram BIG Voice on the BIG Screen! @toronto.shines @steph_larochelle #torontoshines #driveinmovie #driveinconcert #driveinexperience #driveintoronto A post shared by Toronto Shines (@toronto.shines) on Jul 19, 2020 at 11:22am PDT\n\nWebsite\nThe Skeletons Of Vivian Line\nPrice: TBD\nWhen: October 12, 2020 - November 1, 2020\nAddress: Vivian Line 37, Stratford, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: This adventurous skeleton family looks like they wandered straight out of The Nightmare Before Christmas. You can see them taking part in all sorts of unique activities throughout the season.\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Skeletons of Vivian Line | Facebook\n \n \n \nWebsite\nTwilight Zoo\nPrice: Free\nWhen: Until October 31, 2020\nAddress: Elora, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: Giant monster installations have invaded Elora this month, and you can find these creepy creatures around every bend. At night, many of the sculptures light up.\n View this post on Instagram Happy Halloween! Tim Murton's twilight zoo is Elora downtown is spooky and enchanting. I went to this little town, Elora last week for a work thing and walking around town with all these sculptures on buildings, lamp posts and gardens makes you feel a little creeped out and you know Halloween is here! . . . #tb #elora #elorabrewingcompany #ontario #townwalks #timmurton #twilightzoo #smalltown #arteverywhere #explore #adventure #hike #fallcolors #picturesque #halloween #naturewalks #travel #golocal #discoverontario #canada A post shared by Nupur (@travelwithnupur) on Oct 31, 2018 at 8:01pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nHalloween Nights Of Lights\nPrice: $25 - $65\nWhen: October 1 - November 1, 2020\nAddress: 7250 Keele St., Vaughan, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: Drive along a 2.5-kilometre trail filled with illuminated Halloween installations worthy of Tim Burton.\n View this post on Instagram Sneak Peak! This pumpkin has a lot to say, he’ll be singing along with you to “...it’s our town, everybody scream!” 👈🏻👈🏼 👈🏽👈🏾👈🏿 guess the song!! A post shared by Halloween Nights of Lights (@nightsoflightsto) on Sep 18, 2020 at 12:55pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nPEC Drive-In\nPrice: $43.93 per vehicle\nWhen: October 30 & 31, 2020\nAddress: 1521 Prince Edward County Rd. 1, Bloomfield, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: Visit Halloween Town on the big screen at PEC Mustang Drive-In's Halloween event.\n View this post on Instagram Closed for the season, but open for a photo op! 📸 We took a quick detour to come to Mustang Drive-In en route to dinner (I love drive-in theatres and was a little sad to learn it wasn’t actually open yet). Yet another place to keep on the list for a trip to @visitthecounty. • On another note, even though I 100% was not feeling the greatest yesterday, I forced myself to batch edit all my photos from our trip. We got so many and I can’t wait to share the rest with you! Planning to put together a blog post on Prince Edward County and maybe a vlog (we’ll see). Assuming I can get my act together this week, which one would you like to see first? 📝 or 🎥? Comment below 👇🏽 #visitthecounty #princeedwardcounty #dineandfashtravels #dineandfashtravelstoPEC #discoveron #explorecanada . . . . . #littlestoriesofmylife #myunicornlife #verilymoment #mymonthofsundays #acolorstory #retro #colorcolourlovers #finditliveit #abmlifeisbeautiful #thehappynow #makeyousmilestyle #happy #abmlifeissweet #momentslikethese #postitfortheaesthetics #persuepretty #thatsdarling #lovelysquares #retrobus #ontariotravel #mustangdrivein #ootdfash #fashioncanadians #myaritzia A post shared by Krystle | Toronto Blogger (@dineandfash) on Apr 23, 2019 at 6:21am PDT\n\nWebsite\nOld Post Office Light Show\nPrice: Free\nWhen: Until November 1, 2020\nAddress: 12 Water St. S., Cambridge, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: Watch a historic post office come to life with this spooky light and sound show. \n View this post on Instagram Light Shows are back at the Old Post Office! The Autumn show is now on until November 1, find a full list of dates and times at the link in bio 🍂 Please enjoy safely and avoid crowding. Remember that gathering limits apply. #cbridge #discoverOPO #wrawesome #publicart #culturedays #lightshow A post shared by Idea Exchange (@ideaxchng) on Oct 3, 2020 at 12:01pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.