A Halloween party in a seriously spooky setting. This weekend, the TTC will host a Halloween Fest at “Lower Bay” Station, a subway station that has been closed to the public since 1966.
Formally known as Bay Lower Station, this abandoned platform is still used today to film movies and TV shows like The Handmaid’s Tale and to host special events.
The public is also allowed to explore the station during Toronto’s Doors Open event in May.
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Join us for Halloween Fest at Bay Lower Station on Oct 29-30 in support of @UWGreaterTO! [THREAD]
This family-friendly event will include activities like trick-or-treating, free giveaways and more!
Location: Line 2 – Bay Station (1240 Bay St.)
Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. pic.twitter.com/aeQDf5tEtV
— TTC Customer Service (@TTChelps) October 24, 2022
This weekend, a Halloween festival will take over the station, with proceeds going to the United Way Greater Toronto.
The family-friendly event will include activities like trick-or-treating, free giveaways, and more, in the eerie atmosphere of Lower Bay.
Costumes are optional, but we encourage you to wear one — it’s Halloween, after all!
Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for children 12 years old and under (cash is preferred). The last entry time for each day will be 4 PM.
Also taking place this weekend is the Dark Waters Halloween party at Ripley’s Aquarium, a 19+ bash with DJs and drinks among the sharks.
Not to mention the scary zombified haunted house at Toronto’s famous historic castle.
When it comes to unique experiences, our city never fails to deliver, and this Halloween is no exception.
Halloween Fest at Bay Lower Station
When: October 29th and 30th, 10 AM to 5 PM (last entry at 4 PM)
Where: Line 2 – Bay Station (1240 Bay Street)
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