Top Canadian Haunted Houses

Finally, Halloween is here, and we know the best spots for you to crap yourselves.

Jennifer Coxby Jennifer Cox

Halloween is finally here and what better way to spend a spooky-filled evening than braving one of the many Canadian haunted houses that can be found across the country. Filled with ghosts, goblins, and eerie spirits, these haunted haunts are going to be bumpin’ in the night this Hallow Eve – do you dare?!


Haunted House at La Ronde, Montreal

Take part in the closing weekend festivities at La Ronde as it morphs into a truly scary venue with its different activity zones. The traditional, ever-popular Haunted House will be back to scare visitors out of their wits – it’s frightful fun for everyone!


Haunted House of Horrors, Guelph

Open from 6pm till 11pm, the annual Haunted Houses of Horrors is the largest and most elaborate haunted attraction in the region. This year check out the "True Fear Haunted Funeral Home" and experience what true fear really feels like as you walk through our new attraction that is almost twice the size of our previous haunt.


Halloween Haunt at Canada’s Wonderland, Toronto

With more mazes than ever (and ones that will make the hairs on your back stand on end), the country’s most popular amusement park is hosting yet another busy Halloween party with a myriad of scary events, including shows and their adrenaline-pumping rides.


Dunbar Haunted House, Vancouver

This year’s Dunbar Haunted House theme is “Barbaric British Columbia”, which will combine elements and characters from traditional horror genres with iconic aspects of B.C. culture and industry. And don’t forget to take note of their new address: 8934 Shaughnessy Street, one block east of Oak Street and one block south of South West Marine Drive.


Screamfest, Calgary and Edmonton

The official website for Screamfest is enough to scare the bejesus out of you… the jam-packed schedule of ghoulish events include several haunted house with disturbing themes, live entertainment, contortionists, carnival games, and much more – there's something for everyone here.


Haunted House – Fear The Darkness, Halifax

Alderney Landing presents the Bluenose Ghosts Festival 2011, a celebration of the book and characters from Bluenose Ghosts, written by  Dr. Helen Creighton in 1957. In addition to Fear the Darkness: Haunted House, the Bluenose Ghosts Festival is offering new programming for children, youth and families as well.