What Halloween events are happening in Vancouver in 2021?
Whether you’re past your candy days or wanting to establish a new Halloween tradition, here are some of the best Halloween events to enjoy in Metro Vancouver this New Year’s Eve.
1. Pacific Arts Market
Stop by the Pacific Arts Market in Vancouver this October 31 for some fun and inspiring treats! While receiving your treats, you can see some beautiful arts and crafts before heading back out into the night. If you come in disguise, you will receive a $ 25 Pacific Arts Market gift card to use on your next visit.
Or: Pacific Arts Market 1448 West Broadway, 1450 West Broadway Vancouver
When: 12 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Cost: To free
2. The Haunted Adventure of the Empty Chest
The Haunted Adventure of the Empty Chest takes place over 6 nights this Halloween season and offers the chance to fight your way through an interactive fantasy world.
After leaving the “humble village of Vancouver” you will head to the Cursed Forest filled with a variety of bizarre monsters.
Upon arrival, guests will be greeted in a large tented tavern where they can enjoy a drink before embarking on their journey. From there, they will meet an elf who will bow them. They will learn the basics of archery and then enter the course.
This year, guests will travel through the forest in search of the lost knight. This savior holds the key to your survival — so you really have to find him.
When: October 29, 30 and 31
Or: 31515 Harris Road, Abbotsford
Cost: $ 250 for a group of six people or $ 250 per person for VIP
3. Maan Farms Haunted Corn Maze
If the dark scares you, a terrifying fall attraction in the Fraser Valley can scare you deep in your soul.
The popular Halloween offer, known as “Canada’s spookiest corn maze,” will open in September, well before All Saints’ Day – and for good reason. Many people come down to the farm every year to scream aloud, as they are pursued by a variety of terrifying creatures through a maze of corn under the cloak of night.
When: Every evening until Monday, November 1.
Or: Maan Farms, 790 McKenzie Road, Abbotsford
Cost: Tickets range from $ 85 to $ 120 per person. All tickets must be purchased online.
4. The PNE Curiosities Caravan
In the middle of the night, a Caravan of Curiosities descended on the city… Alongside fire eaters, contortionists and other oddities, a resentful puppet aspired to be the star of the show.
In October, Playland transforms again into a Halloween-themed experience featuring thrill rides, spooky scenery, spooky characters and live shows. You will be amazed by fire and sword, incredible stunts and circus arts, while the amusement park is teeming with terrifying monsters, mutant carnivores and reanimated dolls that have violated their usual cages.
When: Oct 29 6 p.m.-12 p.m., 30 6 p.m.-12 p.m., 31 6 p.m.-11 p.m.
Cost: October 15-31 $ 44.50
Or: 2901 East Hastings Street Vancouver
5. HowlOver Canada
This spooky season, Flyover Canada is offering a journey through the great white north this Halloween season that includes a spooky pre-show.
HowlOver Canada is suitable for ages four and up, and costumes are encouraged! The organizers add that there will also be “Halloween themed decorations and tingling spine.” Viewers will join Biker Mama the Witch and her band of spooky acolytes as they fly over the breathtaking landscapes of Canada on a magical eight-minute journey.
Masks are mandatory and children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult or guardian aged 14 or over.
When: September 27 to October 31, 2021
Or: 201 – 999 Place du Canada
Cost: Tickets range between $ 29 and $ 31, but tickets for children are $ 10 off the adult price (aged 15 or under and at least 102 cm / 40 inches tall).
6. Halloween mystery nights
Downtown Vancouver Mystery Nights return this year with games every October night! There are three games to choose from: an outdoor murder mystery for Halloween, a superhero adventure game, or a spy-themed outdoor escape game in Vancouver this Halloween.
Enter into teams of 2 to 6 players and compete for the highest score in these fun group activities in Vancouver for Halloween.
When: The games take place every evening in October!
Cost: $ 35 per player + GST
Or: It all depends on the adventure you choose!
7. The Lost Souls of Gastown
Vancouver’s beginnings were lively and enterprising. But they were also dark, gloomy and gothic. Discover the most gruesome side of the city’s history on this walking tour that explores devastating fires, uncontrollable disease, and unsolved murder. There is a strong theatrical element to this tour that brings the past to life in the dark lanes and lanes of Gastown.
Designed for an adult audience, the Lost Souls of Gastown Tour is both a walking tour and a play. Created by Will Woods, the chief storyteller of Forbidden Vancouver, and based on the documented history of Vancouver, the plot weaves its way through back alleys and alleys to a dramatic finale in the heart of Maple Tree Square in Gastown.
When: On October 29, 30 and 31, a visit takes place every hour and every hour from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Or: Tours start at the corner of Water and Cordova streets, next to Buro Coffee.
Tours end at Maple Tree Square in Gastown
Cost: $ 29 – CA $ 32
8. Watch a classic Halloween movie at the Rio Theater
The independent movie spot invites Vancouverites to escape the nightmare and come see a movie this Halloween. The theater will present titles like beetle juice, The witch, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
When: Several sessions per day until October 31
Or: Rio Theater, 1660 East Broadway, Vancouver
Cost: Regular adult – $ 15.00. Student / Senior / Child under 13 – $ 13.00 (Bring Student / Senior Card with you.)
9. Bear Creek Halloween Pumpkin Train
This family day activity includes a train ride through a decorated forest, plus treats and pumpkins.
When: Every day until October 31 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Or: Bear Creek Park, 13750 88th Avenue, Surrey
Cost: $ 10 per person, free for children under two (tickets are first come, first served.)
10. Bear Creek Halloween Screaming Train
This nighttime attraction, on the other hand, is best suited for passengers aged 12 and over. Guests can expect to scream as they walk through a haunted forest with “spooky and creepy actors”.
When: Every evening until October 31 6:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Or: Bear Creek Park, 13750 88th Avenue, Surrey
Cost: $ 13 per person, tickets available online.
11. He was a haunted sea
Meet spooky sea creatures and twisted tentacles floating alongside historical legends and sea lore. Entertain your imagination with a journey to the depths to experience the true terror of the seas!
When: Open every day until November 8, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Or: Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site, 12138 Fourth Avenue, Richmond
Cost: Regular admission: Adults $ 11.90 | Seniors $ 10.20 | Young people under 17 and members of the company: Free
12. Fantastic Fall Days at the Vancouver Aquarium
Don’t miss the dress up days and giveaways on Halloween weekend at the Vancouver Aquarium. Let your little ones explore our Trick-or-Trout maze and reconnect with the 65,000 aquarium animals.
For health and safety, the following costume items will not be allowed: balloons, popcorn, feather boas, straws or sticks, bubbles, confetti, sparklers or sequins, pearl necklace (aka Mardi Gras pearls) , glassware (as accessories), glow sticks, real or fake weapons or any other sharp object, scooters.
When: The aquarium is open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Last ticket sold at 3:30 p.m.
Or: 845 Avison Road, Vancouver
Cost: Regular $ 42, Child $ 26.25, Student $ 36.75, Senior $ 36.75 Free for infants / toddlers
13. Strange Illusions at the Burnaby Village Museum
In October, visitors will see the Burnaby Village Museum transformed into a magical world bathed in breathtaking color, with talking crows, invisible groups and photo-bombed ghouls as part of Eerie Illusions, a Halloween event. unique in Metro Vancouver.
Using state-of-the-art lighting, projections, soundscapes and special effects, Eerie Illusions will amaze and amaze visitors of all ages, and present the 10-acre site of the Burnaby Village Museum like never before.
This self-guided, family-friendly Halloween experience is suitable for all ages. Visitors will need to purchase tickets in advance.
Take-out meals are available for purchase from our on-site cafe. Additionally, there will be food trucks on site to sell snacks such as candy apples and popcorn.
When: October 29-31, 5 pm-11pm
Cost: Adults $ 10, children $ 5 (children under two enter free)
Or: 6501 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby
14. A night for all souls
A Night for All Souls offers a totally unique experience to see a variety of magnificent shrines in honor of the dead. The annual affair is considered at Mountain View Cemetery and is considered a sacred non-denominational event, intended to honor deceased souls.
When: Oct. 27 to Nov. 1
Or: Mountain View Cemetery – 5455 Fraser Street Vancouver
Cost: Free, but donations are welcome