It’s the weekend before Halloween and Toronto has a host of activities that will appeal to your inner ghost, goblin and ghoul! Check out these great activities.

Wind your way inside and out through Toronto’s Castle Loma as they present Legends of Horror. This theatrical walking tour will have you wind your way through the lower gardens and into the deepest and darkest of tunnels. If you need a little liquid courage on your 2km trek,  half way through you can stop and have a drink of Captain Morgans.


Thrills and chills is what you will get at Canada’s Wonderland and their Halloween Haunt. Face your fears when darkness falls as Canada’s Wonderland is transformed from a “theme park” into a “scream park. Experience the thrills of your favourite rides at night and the frights awaiting you in our terrifying haunted attractions and shows. You won’t be able to hide from the hundreds of monsters waiting to feed off your screams.  Don’t miss the fright of your life!

Test your wits and your nerves at Toronto’s newest thrilling night out. Escape Manor features ax throwing reminiscent of The Shining, as well as four aptly titled escape rooms; The Asylum, Death Row, The Wine Cellar and The Darkness, perfect for groups six to eight. Toast your survival (or drink to your doom) in the spacious multi-level bar area.

Cocktails are magical at Bangarang

College Street is home to one of Halloween’s hippest nights out, with a “A Celebration of 90s/00s Witchy Fierceness” at Bangarang to tempt you into dressing up like a member of The Craft. We know you still have those 18 hole Doc Marten’s hiding somewhere in the back of your closet! If witches give you twitches, then opt for something more magical like sibling bar Track & Field’s Harry Potter themed party, no spells required. Both parties are raging October 27th, starting at 9pm.

Save your strength and your voice as you attend Screemers, Living the Fear. You will be on edge as you travel through haunted walks, horror mazes featuring over 120 live scare actors, and unlimited rides on the Midway of Horrors. Be sure to check out the  and the terrifying new illusion act The Kill Show.

Take a jump to the left. Or a step to the right. But your hands on your hips and head over to Lower Ossington Theatre and watch the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Time is fleeting, so get your tickets now!

Join other book loving (or costume fearing) revelers for a live reading of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. This five hour marathon reading takes place on Halloween starting at 5pm sharp, at Toronto Reference Library.

Halloween Thriller Workout at The Mill Street Beerhall with Perky Athletics led by Beverly Chung is this fun night lunges, squats and zombie walks. Killer sweats guaranteed but then everyone gets will get their chills with a sampling of the brewery’s finest. Book through Perky Athletics. We’ll see you there.