If you enjoyed our list of some of the best BC ghost towns that you can visit, then this is sure to be right up your alley. The Burnaby Village Museum, which is filled with heritage buildings, has announced a new Halloween experience for this year, and we think it’s going to be amazing! Why? Keep reading and find out!
This year, the Metro Vancouver open-air museum will transform for the ‘Eerie Illusions’ Halloween experience. The 10-acre will be filled to the brim with state-of-the-art projections, lighting, sounds and other special effects. So, you can expect everything from talking crows to ‘photo-bombing ghouls’ during your visit.
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The experience, which will use the early 20th century buildings as a backdrop, will be self-guided. All in, visitors can expect around an hour of fun. Well, maybe a little more, assuming you stick around for some candy apples and other snacks from the food trucks on-site.
It’s not as scary as a haunted house, but not so simple that only young children can enjoy it. To us, that seems like the perfect middle-of-the-road Halloween experience in Metro Vancouver! The new Eerie Illusions launches on October 22nd, and will run weekends until Halloween proper. You can book tickets now, so time to check in with your friends!
Eerie Illusions at Burnaby Village Museum
When: October 22nd to October 31st
Where: 6501 Deer Lake Avenue
Cost: $10 for GA, $5 for children
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