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6 Things To Do In Toronto This Weekend If You’re Feeling Spooky

Indulge in some early Halloween!
 8 Things To Do In Toronto This Weekend, September 25 To September 27

There's a cool breeze in the air, leaves on the ground, and pumpkin spice everywhere you turn. Fall is finally here, and there's no time to lose in getting festive. You can indulge in some early Halloween by trying some of these spooky things to do in Toronto this weekend. 

While fall has many heart-warming aspects, it's also the time to indulge in a little bit of spookiness.

There are lots of things to do in the city this weekend if you can't wait until Halloween.

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From sinister food and drinks to real haunted places, you and your friends can get some good scares at these spots.

Roji Monster Ice Cream will spook you in the cutest way possible with its adorable monster dessert dishes. 

You'll feel like Harry Potter himself as you shop for all things magical in the Curiosa store.

If just the thought of Halloween has you trembling, then there are lots of other non-scary fall things to enjoy around the city.

Go on a cafe hop and sip some cozy autumn drinks, take that special someone on a festive date, or take in the colours on a vibrant hike.

Call up your friends and start planning some spooktacular adventures around Toronto this weekend.

Sip Spooky Drinks

Price: Prices vary

Address: 388 College St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Voodoo Child has spooky skull mugs and cocktails that are bone-chillingly good.

Hunt For Ghosts

Price: $30 + tax per person

Address: 30 Gristmill Ln., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: The Haunted Walk lets you explore the creepy side of the city, and maybe even glimpse a ghost.

Dine With Monsters

Price: Prices vary

Address: 30 South Unionville Ave. #1029, Unionville, ON

Why You Need To Go: Roji Monster Ice Cream serves some almost-too-cute-to-eat monster desserts that are perfect for enjoying during the spooky season.

Shop For Some Magical Items

Price: Prices vary

Address: 1273 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Curiosa will make you feel like you're in Diagon Alley. The shop features tons of magical and Harry Potter themed items like spellbooks and Tarot Cards.

Visit A Haunted Lighthouse

Price: Ferry fee

Address: Toronto Islands

Why You Need To Go: Only the bravest souls should dare to visit this spot. According to the Torontoist, Gibraltar Point Lighthouse is haunted by the old owner who was murdered there.

Escape From Horror Stories

Price: $28.32 per player

Address: 15 Kodiak Cres. #5, North York, ON

Why You Need To Go: Escape Games has haunting escape rooms that are filled with your worst nightmares.

Pick The Perfect Pumpkin

Price: $7.75 + tax per adult

Address: 9496 Heritage Rd., Brampton, ON

Why You Need To Go: Carl Laidlaw Orchards is just a short trip from the city, and you can enjoy pumpkin patches, apple picking, and more to get you in the autumn mood.

Before 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.

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