Prepare to be scared as darkness descends upon our favourite amusement park. After welcoming guests back earlier this summer, Canada’s Wonderland is going full steam ahead with this year’s Halloween Haunt, an annual event that transforms the park into a terrifying world filled with goblins, ghouls and monsters ready to scare the living daylights out of you.
This year’s event will be filled with “unforgettable thrills, horrors, and monster encounters,” featuring all kinds of haunted attractions, immersive scare zones, live entertainment, and more. Plus, you’ll be able to fly down your favourite rides and rollercoasters in the dark of night!
Canada’s Wonderland calls this “the scariest Halloween event in the Toronto area,” so let this be your warning that this is not for the faint of heart. New attractions this year include the Kingdom of Carnage, Streets of the Undead, and The Farmstead, all of which have horrifying backstories that you can read about here.
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Wonderland has announced on its website that the 2021 event will run on select nights from September 24th to October 31st. Reservations will be required to attend, and you can now book your tickets online.
This is far from the only event that Wonderland has lined up over the coming months. An international food festival is set to take over the park in October, along with the release of their wildly delicious 40th-anniversary menu.
Winterfest is also coming back this November and December. You can bring your skates and glide under millions of twinkling lights on the outdoor rink, indulge in holiday treats, and see enchanting live performances. You can find a full lineup of Wonderland’s upcoming events here.
Where: 1 Canada’s Wonderland Dr
When: September 24th — October 31st
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