You Can Visit An Ontario Town Invaded By Giant Monsters This Month

The monsters have taken over!
Toronto Senior Staff Writer
Ontario's Monster Month Will Transport You To A Spooky Town

Every October, the charming town of Elora undergoes a sinister transformation.

Ontario's Monster Month is taking place now, and you can see all sorts of spooky creatures invading the streets.

The event involves tons of Halloween activities, from themed drinks to haunted tours.

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One of the highlights is Tim Murton's Twilight Zoo, which features massive monster installations scattered throughout the area.

You can see these giant creatures on buildings, streets, and green spaces.

At night, many of the artworks light-up, adding an extra spooky element to the scene.

The event runs until the end of October, and you can find out more details on the website.

Visit a monster village for the perfect Halloween adventure this year.

Monster Month

Price: Free

When: Until October 31, 2020

Address: Elora, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore a village overrun with giant monsters this month.

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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