Halloween Events In Vancouver

10月 27, 2016

The pumpkins are out, the candy is set, and goblins and ghouls are circling the neighbourhood. That can only mean one thing- Halloween is almost here. Whether your favourite part of the holiday is dressing up in costume, catching a scary flick or trick-or-treating, there’s something for everyone. There’s no shortage of events going on this weekend that are fun for the whole family, and we’ve got you covered with a list of the best events in town for you to go to get your spook on.


Fright Nights At The PNE


Source: PNE Playland / Facebook


Every year, Playland transforms into a spooky wonderland filled with haunted houses, live shows and themed rides.  Actors and park staff dress up in full costume and roam the park, giving everyone the full Halloween experience. Get a full schedule of events here. See you there…if you dare!

Where: 2901 East Hastings Street


Trick-Or-Treat Through Yaletown


Source: Yaletown Roundhouse Website


What can be better than going door to door gathering candy right here in the neighbourhood? Don your best costume and get ready for the annual Trick-Or-Treat route through Yaletown. Pick up a route map at the Roundhouse front desk, collect candy at participating businesses, and then head back to the Roundhouse for the Annual Halloween Carnival. For times and a map, click here.

Where: 181 Roundhouse Mews


Stanley Park Ghost Train


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The Stanley Park Ghost Train is back, taking riders on a journey through a magical and mystical world.  Offering a glimpse into the world of goblins and ghouls, this train offers fun for the whole family. While you’re there, be sure to check out the Spooky Barn, an outdoor and indoor haunted house. Be sure to book your spot in advance, as these rides sell out fast!

Where: Stanley Park, 610 Pipeline Road


Pumpkin Picking At Southlands Farm


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At Southlands, you can pick your perfect pumpkin, explore the apple orchard and play with the friendly farm animals at this Vancouver pumpkin patch.

Where: 6767 Balaclava Street


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