September is nearing its end and that means the scariest month of the year is upon us. If you love everything there has to do with the Halloween season then you definitely need to go to a haunted house.

Nothing screams Halloween like walking through a terrifying maze and griping your friends tightly to avoid jump scares. If you’re one of those people or live for the thrill of it, there are a handful of haunted attractions you need to check out in Toronto.

We’ve got you covered!

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Here are 5 Toronto haunted house attractions that’ll shake you to your core:

Haunted Office

The Haunted Office is an abandoned office space transformed into a horrifying walkthrough. Experience one of the most terrifying haunted houses to date. After this, you may not want to go back to the office for awhile. All ages are welcome but it’s not recommended for young children.

When: Until October 31
Where: 2450 Victoria Park Avenue

Legends of Horror – Casa Loma


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Casa Loma’s Legends of Horror is one of Toronto’s most terrifying haunting experiences of the year and it’s back bigger than ever before with a new zombified installation.

When: September 30 to October 31
Where: Casa Loma – 1 Austin Terrace



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Screemers is back this October to scare you senseless with all its seven haunted mazes and over 120 gruesome and horrifying characters. It’s sure to give you a spook.

When: October 6 to 31
Where: Assembly Park, 80 Interchange Way, Vaughan
Cost: $39.95 plus tax GA; VIP $54.95 plus tax

Canada’s Wonderland Halloween Haunt


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What is Canada’s Wonderland without its most terrifying event of the year? The countdown has begun, Canada’s largest Halloween event, Halloween Haunt is back this month with two new additions: The Day of the Dead Festival and Pandemonium, a new creepy maze under the mountain.

When: September 23 to October 30
Where: 1 Canada’s Wonderland Drive, Vaughan

Martino Manor Haunted House

Etobicoke’s most beloved haunted attraction is back and they’re ready to scare your socks off. With the scariest props and most terrifying ambiance, Martino Manor puts the M in most spooky experience in west Toronto.

When: September 30 to October 31, Thursday to Sunday
Where: 7 McIntosh Avenue, Etobicoke
Cost: Tickets at door only for $24.99