Toronto’s Top 5 Haunted Attractions

(By: Sara Kandil)

October is coming to an end and the Halloween spirit is just emerging. This year, Toronto has a great selection of haunted attractions and we’ve rounded up a list of the top five places to visit.

1. Halloween Haunt


Canada’s Wonderland has once again converted the amusement park into a thriller attraction. Known for it’s thrilling rides, 10 haunted mazes, and characters roaming the park and in the 6 scare zones, it’s definitely worth checking out.

Cost: $34.99 if you buy online, or $47.99 if you buy at the gate. You also get a discount if you’re a 2016 or 2017 Season Pass Holder!


2. Legend of Horrors


This attraction is at Casa Loma which has been converted to an immersive, theatrical experience  with classic horror figures. Join other thrill-seekers as you go on a walk through the castle, led by Dracula. Try not to get lost!

Cost: The cost of this is $40 online, or $45 at the door.


3. Screemers


Located at the CNE, within distance of the downtown core, Screemers is an indoor haunted house running for it’s 17th year. Take a walk through the 7 haunted attractions, grab food and snacks, and enjoy unlimited rides. The best part? It’s all included in your admission pass. It’s bound to be a thrilling night that you won’t soon forget!

Cost: $29.95 plus taxes.

Buy your tickets here:

4. Haunted Walk of Toronto at Black Pioneer Village

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Rumour has it that Black Pioneer Village is haunted, and it’s now your chance to talk a walk through the grounds and experience the paranormal activity yourself. Included with your ticket is admission to the grounds, and a tour where you’ll be told thrilling ghost stories.

Cost: $22.75 for students.

Buy your tickets here:

5. Toronto Horror Hallways


Toronto Horror Hallways is a new attraction that opened this month. They promise to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up as you navigate through a dark and haunted maze. It’s located at 401 Mini Indy near Highway 401 and Dixon Road.

Cost: $15 per person, or $10 per person when you have a group of 5 or more. It’s important to note that it is cash only.


If you’re planning on checking any of these attractions, buy your tickets online to save, and get there early to avoid lines.

If you think we missed out on attractions that we should know about, or you want to let us know about your experience at any of these attractions, tweet us @RUtvNews.

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