Halloween is just around the corner. If you're like thousands of young and young-at-heart Halloween lovers, it's time to check out what's on in your area and make a plan. The team at Bentall Kennedy Residential Services brings you a list of fun Halloween activities in your city.

Vancouver

For a killer Vancouver Halloween, check out Fright Nights at the Pacific Northwest Exhibition (PNE). For Fright Nights, the PNE's Playland amusement park becomes a thrill park, with themed rides, creepy attractions, and seven haunted houses! Check out PNE's website for more information.

Langley

On Saturday, October 28th, 2017 prepare for the ultimate Halloween party; a harbour cruise transformed into the historic Titanic. Come aboard 'The Magic Spirit' and join the fun of the Pier Pressure Titanic Masquerade. Expect drinks, food, and two Vancouver DJs performing live. For tickets and more info check here.

Victoria-Saanich:

This haunted house is no laughing matter: you'll have to elude predators stalking you in the darkness and find your way through a twisting maze with creatures from your worst nightmares. Open October 13th through 31st from 6:30 pm to 11:00 pm. Learn more about Monsters Haunted House.

New Westminster:

Head to the Canada Games pool on Wed, October 28th (from 6:30pm to 8:30pm) for the Canada Games Pool Halloween Howl -- an evening of fun and fright. Wander through their ghostly graveyard, or enter the chilling haunted house. Learn more here.

St. Albert:

Venture out on a Halloween themed pub crawl this October. Your 2017 Halloween Club Crawl Pass includes zombie crawling between four local bars, bus transportation between locations, and no cover charges or lines. Learn more here.

Edmonton:

Nothing says Halloween like Dracula. Running from October 16th to 26th at the Walterdale Theatre, this lyrical play adaptation of Bram Stoker's classic is provocative and chilling.

Calgary:

ScreamFest is Canada's Largest Halloween event. Featuring 8 haunted houses, carnival games, and live entertainment between 7pm and midnight, from October 2nd to 31st.

Toronto:

What could be creepier - and more entertaining - than a theatrical, immersive Halloween tour of Casa Loma!  Legends of Horror at Casa Loma includes access to areas of the castle never before seen by the public. Find out more here.

Markham:                  

Join local storytellers for fireside tales of the macabre and supernatural at Stories That Haunt Us. Bring along a lawn chair and a blanket so that this evening will be both creepy and cozy. Learn more here.

Oakville:

Take a walking tour around the oldest part of Oakville and hear about some of the Town's ghosts and haunted happenings. The hour walk is followed by refreshments. Learn more here.

 

The Bentall Kennedy Residential Services blog team hopes that this list of fun Halloween activities in your city helps you find just the right amount of fright this halloween. For more information about Bentall Kennedy Residential properties in your city, please visit our websiteancouver

 

For a killer Vancouver Halloween, check out Fright Nights at the Pacific Northwest Exhibition (PNE). For Fright Nights, the PNE's Playland amusement park becomes a thrill park, with themed rides, creepy attractions, and seven haunted houses! Check out PNE's website for more information.

 

Langley

 

On Saturday, October 28th, 2017 prepare for the ultimate Halloween party; a harbour cruise transformed into the historic Titanic. Come aboard 'The Magic Spirit' and join the fun of the Pier Pressure Titanic Masquerade. Expect drinks, food, and two Vancouver DJs performing live. For tickets and more info check here.

 

 

Victoria-Saanich:

 

This haunted house is no laughing matter: you'll have to elude predators stalking you in the darkness and find your way through a twisting maze with creatures from your worst nightmares. Open October 13th through 31st from 6:30 pm to 11:00 pm. Learn more about Monsters Haunted House.

 

 

New Westminster:

 

Head to the Canada Games pool on Wed, October 28th (from 6:30pm to 8:30pm) for the Canada Games Pool Halloween Howl -- an evening of fun and fright. Wander through their ghostly graveyard, or enter the chilling haunted house. Learn more here.

 

 

St. Albert:

 

Venture out on a Halloween themed pub crawl this October. Your 2017 Halloween Club Crawl Pass includes zombie crawling between four local bars, bus transportation between locations, and no cover charges or lines. Learn more here.

 

 

Edmonton:

 

Nothing says Halloween like Dracula. Running from October 16th to 26th at the Walterdale Theatre, this lyrical play adaptation of Bram Stoker's classic is provocative and chilling.

 

 

Calgary:

 

ScreamFest is Canada's Largest Halloween event. Featuring 8 haunted houses, carnival games, and live entertainment between 7pm and midnight, from October 2nd to 31st.

 

 

Toronto:

 

What could be creepier - and more entertaining - than a theatrical, immersive Halloween tour of Casa Loma!  Legends of Horror at Casa Loma includes access to areas of the castle never before seen by the public. Find out more here.

 

 

Markham:                  
                                                                                                           

Join local storytellers for fireside tales of the macabre and supernatural at Stories That Haunt Us. Bring along a lawn chair and a blanket so that this evening will be both creepy and cozy. Learn more here.

 

 

Oakville:

 

Take a walking tour around the oldest part of Oakville and hear about some of the Town's ghosts and haunted happenings. The hour walk is followed by refreshments. Learn more here.

 

The Bentall Kennedy Residential Services blog team hopes that this list of fun Halloween activities in your city helps you find just the right amount of fright this halloween. For more information about Bentall Kennedy Residential properties in your city, please visit our website