BOO! Halloween is finally here and we’re ready to let our freak flag fly. Whether you want to get spooked or get tipsy on October 31st, we’ve got you covered. There are so many fun things to do on Halloween night in Toronto this year and we’re coming in hot with the very best of them.
Have a spook-tacular Halloween, friends!
Just because Halloween happens to land on a Monday doesn’t mean you can’t party all night long. After a two-year hiatus, Toronto’s largest Halloween street party is coming back to Church Street. And it’s sure to be HUGE!
On October 31, get your best costume on and hit up The Village for its spook-tacular Halloween street party. The streets will be jam-packed with the best music, drinks, and dancing – possibly the best combination.
Where: Church-Wellesley Village
Let’s do the Time Warp Again! Get ready to throw on a costume and dance because the cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show annual Halloween extravaganza is back at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema.
Toronto’s Shadow Cast, Excited Mental State, will be performing their own satirical, comedic version as the film plays on the big screen. This Toronto tradition is not one to miss!
Where: Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
When: October 31st, 7:30 PM & 10:30 PM
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The Haunted Office is an abandoned office space transformed into a horrifying walkthrough. Experience one of the most terrifying haunted houses in the city this Halloween night.
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.
Where: 2450 Victoria Park Avenue
Casa Loma’s Legends of Horror is one of Toronto’s most terrifying haunting experiences and Halloween night is your last chance to experience it. This year’s haunted castle is bigger than ever before with a new zombified installation.
Where: Casa Loma – 1 Austin Terrace
Etobicoke’s most beloved haunted attraction is ready to scare your socks off this October 31st. With the scariest props and most terrifying ambiance, Martino Manor is easily the spookiest experience in west Toronto.
Where: 7 McIntosh Avenue, Etobicoke
If you’re not interested in getting scared this Halloween, you can head over to Fall n’ Leaves. This fall-themed pop-up patio is complete with fall foliage, pumpkins, and hay bales to make you feel tucked away from the busy city.
There’s so much to do and experience at Fall n’ Leaves. In addition to picking and painting your own pumpkin, you can warm up by an open fire, lounge on the hay bale sofa, go pumpkin bowling, and indulge in autumn-themed food and drinks.
Where: 621 Richmond Street
Cocktails and costumes? Count us in! The Halloween bar of your dreams (or should we say nightmares) is open in Toronto on Halloween night.
Black Lagoon serves up creepy cocktails in an equally creepy immersive space. Be sure to wear your spookiest look and bring your favourite freaks along for the fun!
Where: 875 Bloor Street West (Upstairs)
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What better way to spend Halloween night than on a real-life ghost tour? This excursion takes you into the supernatural side of Toronto’s historic village – in the dark!
“Featuring some of the oldest buildings in the city, the Village at Black Creek is the perfect, creepy backdrop for a night of spine-tingling ghost stories,” the description says.
Where: 1000 Murray Ross Parkway
This popular King West nightclub is going all-out for Halloween this year and its grand finale is a big spooky bash on Monday, October 31st, where guests will be able to get in free by wearing a costume before 11:30 PM.
Where: 473 Adelaide Street West
The Bisha Hotel’s popular lobby bar is having an epic Halloween bash called The Haunted Hotel. Reservations are a must for this exclusive event, and costumes are highly encouraged.
Where: 80 Blue Jays Way