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Vancouver's New Twisted 'Halloween Maze' Opening Soon Will Bend Your Mind

Each room is more spooktacular than the next. 👻
Vancouver's New Halloween Walk-Thru Is A Maze Of Mind-Bending Rooms Opening Soon

You won't believe your eyes when you enter Vancouver's new Halloween walk-thru.

Shattered at The Beaumont: A Wicked Walkthrough takes place Thursday, October 8, till Halloween within The Beaumont Studios.

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Inside you'll navigate 10,000 winding square feet of eerie corridors and rooms.

The new Halloween experience is like stepping into an alternate dimension and is unlike anything you've experienced before.

Inside, there will be hundreds of colourful lasers and soundscapes to create surreal illusions.

When entering, you'll only be able to go with up to six people that are part of your social bubble.

You can book a timeslot for your crew, Wednesday and Thursday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., or Friday to Sunday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.

If you were hoping to get to do something weird and wonderful this October, then tickets are already available online.

Shattered at The Beaumont: A Wicked Walkthrough

Price: $20.00

When: Thursday, October 8 to Saturday, October 31

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

Why You Need To Go: You can stand over a portal to hell or follow a rainbow coloured walkway.

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