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Halloween In Vancouver 9 Things To Do For A Fang-tastic Time

Get ready, witches and warlocks; the haunting season is upon us! Dust off your broom, grab your bag of candy, and get ready for a mons-terrific time.

If you still haven't made plans for October 31, don't fret. These spooky adventures will make sure you have the best Halloween in Vancouver.

There's something for everyone, from the most chilling corn maze in Canada to a way less frightful ride that will let you soar above the sky like Harry Potter playing Quidditch.

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SmartyPantz Escape Rooms

Price: $25.00 per person

Address: 289 Abbott St., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: They have two scary escape rooms to try, Morning Never Comes and Thirst for Murder. They both sound pretty terrifying, eh?

Vancouver Horror Nights

Price: $25.00

When: Until Saturday, October 31 (for the Xtreme Fear Maze)

Address: 2680 Shaughnessy St., Port Coquitlam, BC

Why You Need To Go: There are 12 different themed areas within a haunted theatre, plus actors doing jump scares.

Lost Souls Of Gastown

Price: $29.00

When: Every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Address: Gastown, Vancouver

Why You Need To Go: Led by a lantern, you'll travel the cobblestone streets of Gastown and might even spot the local ghost said to haunt the area.

Fort Langley Grave Tales

Price: $22.00

When: Thursday, October 8 to Friday, October 30

Address: Fort Langley National Historic Site, 23433 Mavis Ave., Langley City, BC

Why You Need To Go: This eerie tour will take you on a trip through a cemetery, as you learn all about the area's sinister past.

Maan Farms Haunted Corn Maze

Price: $35.00+

When: Until Sunday, November 1

Address: 790 McKenzie Rd., Abbotsford, BC

Why You Need To Go: Dubbed the scariest corn maze in Canada, this scary advenure is like entering a bloodcurdling nightmare.

PNE Slayland

Price: $39.50+ per person

When: Friday, October 9 to Saturday, October 31 (weekends only)

Address: 2901 E. Hastings St., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: This month the PNE is turning into a haunted house with a horror-themed outdoor walk-thru. Yikes!

FlyOver Canada

Price: $28.00+

When: Until Sunday, November 1

Address: 999 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: If you'd rather try something a little less frightful, FlyOver Canada will let you soar like a witch on a broom.

Twilight Drive-In

Price: $30.00 for one car with up to two people

Address: 3350 260 St., Fraser Hwy, Langley, BC

Why You Need To Go: This October the drive-in is hosting a Fright Fest, featuring classic scary flicks like Hocus Pocus and It.

Shattered at The Beaumont: A Wicked Walkthrough

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Price: $20.00

When: Thursday, October 8 to Saturday, October 31

Address: 326 W. 5th Ave., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: You won't believe your eyes as you travel through this surreal maze, where every room is more astonishing than the last.

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