zombie apocalypse toronto

Toronto is getting a massive zombie haunted house in an abandoned medical facility

Ever wondered how long you'd survive in a zombie apocalypse? 

Well, now is the time to put your survival skills to the test, as a zombie apocalypse-themed haunted house is coming to Toronto. 

Set in a two-story abandoned Biolux medical lab, Zombie Apocalypse brings all your nightmares to life through a thrilling haunted house adventure. 

The chilling immersive experience features over 30 performers, state-of-the-art design, and horrifying effects throughout the pharmaceutical facility. 

The haunted house revolves around Pharma giant Biolux, who have just introduced their new drug called the Biolux Serum, which advertises itself as an all-in-one solution to aging and disease. 

However, after ingesting the serum, many patients discovered (the hard way) that the drug actually rots away your brain, transforming you into a zombie. 

You'll discover secrets buried deep in the Biolux labs, with no shortage of gruesome experiments and maniacal scientists. You will also have the chance to explore survivor camps as the last bit of humanity battles against the dooming zombie apocalypse. 

The 45-minute exploration can be combined with the Legends of Horror experience at Casa Loma for a night fulls of thrills. 

Zombie Apocalypse runs from Oct. 13 to Nov. 5 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. at 175 Kendal Ave. 

Ticket packages vary in price according to the date, but you can expect to pay anywhere from $40-$50 just for the Zombie Apocalypse experience on its own, or $75-$85 when coupled up with Legends of Horror.

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns


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