Haunted attraction lovers, this one’s for you. Vancouver Horror Nights (VHN) is back with a massive, “Hollywood-level” Scream Park, with over 100,000 square feet of terrifying Halloween-themed attractions. New this year? Its reimagined House of Fear, which is twice the size of their classic Fear Maze and situated in the centuries-old Garrison Mansion. And an all-new Sacrifice: Sensory Deprivation Experience. Let’s get into it.

Haunted house & maze

We’ll start with the House of Fear. The next-level haunted house takes guests through a maze of “elaborate sets,” live actors, animatronics, and spooky special effects – according to a release.

Tickets start at $25 ($33 including taxes & fees), and guests have the option of adding a $25 Photopass with up to 20 reaction photos of their group’s time in the maze. Because what better way to commemorate the journey (and rag on your friends later) than with photographic evidence?

The House of Fear (as well as its child-friendly counterpart) is located inside Vancouver Horror Nights Scream Park at 2929 Barnet Highway in Coquitlam, inside the old Sears store.

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Sensory deprivation experience

And now, for an even more adventurous option. The new sensory deprivation experience takes guests through a new concept, where they’re “blindfolded, hooded, and chained together,” with only their senses of touch, smell, taste, and sound to guide them. At the end of the attraction, guests can take part in the “death-defying” drop into the pit of hell.

Like the House of Fear, tickets for Sacrifice start at $25 and can be purchased here. Note that groups of any size can attend either attraction, but 6 guests are allowed to enter at once.

Food & drink

And if you need a little liquid courage to make it through, there’s always the spooky libations at the licensed Zombie Bar. Plus carnival eats like popcorn, poutine, and cotton candy – if you can stomach food in the midst of so much spookiness.

And if you’re more of an escape room person, VHN has you covered with open-world concept escape rooms (Wesgrave Asylum Escape Rooms) as well as a SAW-inspired experience (Jigsaw’s Revenge Escape Experience).

All VHN 2022 attractions are located indoors at the Coquitlam Centre Mall, which means you’ll be able to get your scare on come rain or shine.

You can see what’s on via their full operating schedule here.

Vancouver Horror Nights 2022

When: Now until Saturday, November 5th
Where: 2929 Barnet Highway, Coquitlam
Cost: $25+