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You Must Visit This Haunted Village Outside Of Montreal This Halloween

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You Must Visit This Haunted Village Outside Of Montreal This Halloween

Halloween is what we basically all live for. Christmas is great but, let's be real: I'll be taking jack o'lanterns, horror movies and looking creepy AF in exchange for last-minute shopping at the Rideau Centre.

One thing that we love most about Halloween are the haunted houses, but what if we told you that you can just go to a haunted village instead? A village. That's right, a bunch of haunted houses in a 19th century town turned into a horror fest.

Village Québécois d’Antan (1425 Rue Montplaisir, Drummondville, QC), just an hour outside Montreal, is worth every road trip.

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The historic 19th century village has 3km worth of streets of horror that are open from Sept. 30 until Nov. 5. And it's just outside of Montreal. Every year the tourist spot is transformed into one massive haunted house. Admission is $20 per adult.

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What are you waiting for? Get the car and ready yourself for the road trip.

You can check out the village's official Facebook page here.

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