15 haunted houses and attractions in and around Toronto
Haunted houses in Toronto take spooky season to the next level. If you’re going to put all that effort into dressing up, you might as well scare the bejeebers out of yourself while you're at it.
Here's a roundup of haunted Halloween houses and attractions in and around Toronto.
Casa Loma gets a heat racing makeover as the grounds and tunnel beneath the castle are filled with interactive sets and terrifying characters.
Look for the heart outside the Italian restaurant Mamma Martino’s in Etobicoke and you’ve found this dilapidated house equipped with an outdoor corn maze, creepy dolls, and a garden of zombies.
Put your survival skills to the test at this zombie apocalypse-themed haunted house. Find your way out of the immersive experience that will feature over 30 performers and horrifying effects.
Do you believe in ghosts? Experience a chilling recreation of an authentic Victorian Seance at one of Toronto's most haunted Inns that will leave you shaking in your boots.
You’ll be led around these historic grounds by lantern on this eerie tour, where you’ll visit a haunted lighthouse, the military burial ground by the Fort, and learn about the bloody Battle of York.
It's not recommended to bring kids to this seemingly never-ending maze of horror that will take you through the "depths of hell". This year the haunted attraction has moved to a new location in Whitby.
Recently moved to Vaughan, this horror extravaganza is filled with seven haunted walks, mazes and carnival rides that will have you screaming all night long.
Canada's Wonderland is set to be turning its park into a haunted amusement park. If the thrilling rides and haunted exhibits won't scare you, the terrifying, always-ready street performers lurking around the corner sure will.
This haunted farm in Bright has six different terrifying attractions you can explore including a hay ride through the grounds, a pitch-black corn maze and a multi-level haunted house, The farm is actually haunted so who knows if you'll be spooked by a real ghost or not.
Located at the top of Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls, the legendary haunted house is famous for the number of people who have chickened out halfway through the experience.
This scream park located in Kitchener has six horrifying attractions that will have you trembling the entire night, with one taking you into a carnival full of cannibal clowns.
Featuring six haunted attractions across 2.5 acres, this scream park in East Gwillimbury will bring your fears to life with twisted trails through a dark forest, horrifying clowns and many more that will have your heart racing.
Located in Peterborough, this haunted attraction combines the elements of an escape room and a haunted house with zombies roaming around trying to find their next victim. Since the experience is so terrifying, it's not recommended for those under the age of 14.
Find your way through this haunted forest in Oshawa with nothing more than a flashlight as creatures lirk in the shadows of the woods. The trail is recommended for those 12 and up, with guests under 15 must have a parent or guardian with them.
All aboard on this 19+ heritage train ride from Uxbridge where you'll be told ghost tales and more on the creepy 2.5-hour train ride. End the night with a dance party in the ghostly baggage car after your four-course dinner.
Hector Vasquez at Martino Manor
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