Halloween Events Across Metro Vancouver {2018 edition}

Halloween Events Across Metro Vancouver {2018 edition}

Boo! It’s Your Ultimate Guide to Halloween Events Across Metro Vancouver {2018 edition}

 

Halloween Event Guide for Metro Vancouver 2018

Presented by Tsawwassen Mills Halloween Monster Maze

Calling all ghouls & goblins, it is time to celebrate Halloween 2018! Communities across Metro Vancouver are hosting dozens of family-friendly pumpkin-filled events. The list of Halloween events is massive…we are adding new events to our list every day! If we’ve missed an event you know about please send an email to vancouver@familyfuncanada.com and will update our list faster than a ghost can say “boo”.

Your Halloween celebrations must start with finding the perfect pumpkin! Have you checked out our Ultimate Guide to Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes?

To help you find the events closest to you, click on the city-name below and you will be taken to that section of the list. Happy Haunting!

Abbotsford | Britannia Beach | Burnaby | Chilliwack | Coquitlam |Delta | Langley | Maple Ridge | New Westminster | North Vancouver | Port Coquitlam | Port Moody | Richmond | Surrey | Squamish | Vancouver | West Vancouver


Tsawwassen Mills Halloween Monster MazeFeatured Event: Tsawwassen Mills Halloween Monster Maze

It’s time to rattle your bones and bring your hauntorage to the Halloween Monster Maze at Tsawwassen Mills. Every ghoul who dares to finish the windy path receives a scratch card, and there are over $10,000 in prizes to be won including candy, gift cards, retailer prizing, and more! In addition to completing the Halloween Monster Maze, participants will enjoy thrilling events such as: Halloween make-up and nail art, Spooky Science for Kids with Science World, ghost stories, Halloween crafts, and costume photo day.


Abbotsford

Moo or Boo at EcoDairyEven the cows are getting in on the Halloween celebration! Moo or Boo at EcoDairy includes a spooky photo booth, a costume contest, games, a scientist laboratory, and craft-making station.


Britannia Beach

Spoo-ook-tacular HalloweenIt’s the witching hour this Halloween at Britannia Mine Museum! Enjoy a weekend of spoo-ook-tacular activities for all ages, including the Strange Science Show, Insect Emporium, Witch’s House and spine-tingling train ride and storytelling in the Britannia Mine tunnels, and much more.


Burnaby

Haunted Village at Burnaby Village MuseumIt’s getting spooky at the Burnaby Village Museum. This Halloween the Burnaby Village Museum will be taken over by witches. It’s a scary feast for the senses! Your admission cost includes trick-or-treating, entertainment and carousel rides for all.


Halloween on the HeightsHalloween on the Heights is a kid-friendly Halloween outing! Trick-or-treat down Hastings Street.


Halloween Train Rides at Burnaby Central RailwayCANCELLED for 2018 due to construction: Kids love the Halloween Train Rides offered by the Burnaby Central Railway! Everyone visiting & riding the trains are strongly encouraged to wear their costumes. Admission is $3.50 per person. FREE hot chocolate & cookies will be on hand.


Ghouls & Goblins SkateEnjoy a Halloween skate with face painting, creepy crafts & ghostly games. Everyone is encouraged to wear their costumes. Admission is $2 per person; kids aged 3 and under are FREE.


Bonsor's Big BooBosnor’s Big Boo has everything you need for Halloween fun! Activities include Imagination Playground, creepy crafts & ghostly games, cookies for kids, face painting, colouring & more. The beloved Haunted House returns again in 2018.


Halloween HowlerKids will love the crafts, ride-on-toys, face painting, games, balloon critters, buck-a-boo circuit and more! The Halloween Howler is perfect for kids aged 8 years & under.


The Great Pumpkin Halloween SwimDon’t miss out on a night of Halloween fun! The Great Pumpkin Halloween Swim includes games, haunted houses, candy & prizes. Family-swim rates apply.


Halloween at the ShadboltUsing recycled fabrics and simple craft items learn how to create an original costume inspired by myth, magic, and imagination. The Halloween at the Shadbolt event happens at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts.


Chilliwack

Reapers Haunted AttractionJust because you’ve visited once doesn’t mean you’ve seen it all! Reapers Haunted Attraction is the scariest indoor horror experience around. This attraction is not for the faint of heart! The Moran Family has been honing their scaring skills for 25+ years and they are good at it.


Coquitlam

Family Haunted HalloweenTake part in a Family Haunted Halloween at Pinetree Community Centre. From creepy crafts to fang-tastic face-painting and ghoulish gym games & a bouncy castle, the kids will be filled with Halloween giddiness. Come in costume as there is a parade! The $5 registration includes a hot dog, fruit & a drink.


Heritage Halloween at Mackin HouseDon’t miss Heritage Halloween at Mackin House. Enjoy Stories on Wheels – a unique street theatre storytelling act inspired by the traditional Japanese travelling show called Kamishibai (literally paper theatre). The tales are told by a comic narrator, using beautifully illustrated picture cards displayed in a magnificent miniature wooden stage attached to the back of a vintage bicycle. There will be snacks and crafts for everyone too.


Tsawwassen Mills Halloween Monster MazeDelta

Tsawwassen Mills Halloween Monster MazeFeatured Event: Tsawwassen Mills Halloween Monster Maze

It’s time to rattle your bones and bring your hauntorage to the Halloween Monster Maze at Tsawwassen Mills. Every ghoul who dares to finish the windy path receives a scratch card, and there are over $10,000 in prizes to be won including candy, gift cards, retailer prizing, and more! In addition to completing the Halloween Monster Maze, participants will enjoy thrilling events such as: Halloween make-up and nail art, Spooky Science for Kids with Science World, ghost stories, Halloween crafts, and costume photo day.


Spooky Sunday in DeltaSpooky Sunday makes its way to the South Delta Recreation Centre for an afternoon full of fun, family-friendly activities, including: Roaming Rascals, Haunted Halls, photo booth, crafts, games, and a Halloween skate.


Halloween Skate in Delta

Wear your costume and take part in a ghostly skate & party at the Delta arenas! Regular admission rates apply. There are events happening at South Delta Recreation Centre, Sundgod Recreation Centre, and Ladner Leisure Centre.


Norman Foote's Halloween HowlThis Halloween, join one of Canada’s most beloved family singer-songwriters, Norman Foote, for costumes, music and angels singing with ghosts and zombies. Don’t miss the Norman Foote Halloween Howl on October 27.


Langley

Harvest GlowFancy a swing on a glowing hoop? What about a game of glowing hopscotch? There is all sorts of Fall magic at Langley’s Harvest Glow. This month-long event is perfect for families – especially those with kids aged 6 years and under. There is lots to do, there is ample space to exercise the kids, and everything is indoors so you are guaranteed dry fun regardless of what the weather is doing outside.


Fort Langley's Grave TalesAs is tradition during the month of Halloween, the Fort Langley National Historic Site is bringing back their Graves Tales walking tours. Steel your nerves and join the expert storytellers for a two-hour adventures of spine-tingling adventure as you wander the village of Fort Langley at night.


Halloween Hoot at the FortAre you ready for the annual Halloween at Fort Langley? Trick-or-treat at Fort Langley National Historic Site! Gather around the bonfire for ghost stories, explore the Spooky Servants Quarters and get your face painted. If you dare, give yourselves goose bumps meeting some of “Mike’s Critters” creepy companions.


Halloween Family Fun EventsWear your costume and have fun making crafts, decorating cookies, listening to a Halloween story & more at the Halloween Family Fun Events in Langley.


Norman Foote's Halloween HowlThis Halloween, join one of Canada’s most beloved family singer-songwriters, Norman Foote, for costumes, music and angels singing with ghosts and zombies. Don’t miss the Norman Foote Halloween Howl on October 26.


Maple Ridge

Eat, Drink & Be Scary at Haney House MuseumThe Historic Haney House Museum is dressed up for Fall. Spend the afternoon decorating cookies, enjoying a guided tour, and making crafts. Kids are encouraged to wear their costumes. Admission is $5.


Museum After DarkWhat better to place to commence the Halloween festivities than Pitt Meadows’ spookiest old buildings? Museum After Dark is an annual event which occurs the last Sunday before Halloween.  Are you brave enough for the Mad Museum Scavenger Hunt, where you will be challenged to find such dreaded treasures as Polly Pink Eye and her best friend Creepy Carla, the Pitt Meadows Merman (recently discovered perfectly preserved in the banks of Pitt Lake)? Other activities include making eyeball lights and super scary shrinky dinks.


New Westminster

The Haunting of Hill HouseIn need of a good mystery? Check out The Haunting of Hill Houseby the Vagabond Players in New Westminster. Please be advised this musical is intended for mature audiences; why not make it a date night?


Creepy Crawly Halloween at the FRDCBoo-o-o! Come in costume to the FRDC’s Creepy Crawly Halloween event! For games, crafts, trick or treats and more on October 27th.


North Vancouver


Great Pumpkin PatchThe Great Pumpkin Patch fun includes: haunted house, spooky science activities, cookie decorating, family photo booth, reptiles, face painting, crafts, goodie bags and one pumpkin per family!


Haunted Harvest FairKick off Fall with a family-friendly celebration at Sutherland’s Haunted Harvest Fair! Fun for kids, food, craft fair! Haunted Houses (one tailored to older kids, one to the younger kids), bouncy castles, face painting, live music, delicious treats and a craft fair.


Halloween Trick or Treat in Lower LonsdaleGrab your ghouls and goblins and come down to Lower Lonsdale for Trick or Treats and scary surprises with your local independent retailers. Come dressed up, have fun and support your local businesses. More than forty local Lower Lonsdale businesses participating. Look for TRICK OR TREAT HERE decal in window.


Port Coquitlam

ArtKnapps FunlandRe-opened: Your kids will be begging you to let them come plant shopping with you at ArtKnapps nursery so that they can play at Funland. Check out the kids’ rides, zip line, pumpkin patch train ride, and other fun attractions.


Richmond

Once Upon a PumpkinOnce Upon a Pumpkin is a FREE drop-in event, at the Richmond Nature Park, that teaches kids about the origin of Halloween.


Wild Things at the Richmond Nature ParkHundreds of jack-o-lanterns line a walking trail. Mischievous racoons, a friendly bear, chatty crows and their forest friends emerge from the bog to greet visitors. Join the Richmond Nature Park for Wild Things, a Halloween-inspired event.


Halloween at the CanneryDo you dare to explore the haunted house, encounter ghoulish cannery characters along the way, and see what tricks you have to play to get some treats? It’s Halloween at the Cannery!


Trick or Treat in Steveston VillageTrick or treating in Steveston Village is an extremely popular event! Trick or treaters take to the streets of Steveston in the daylight and visit participating businesses offering treats. Neighbourhood kids are invited to bring their treat bag and have some non-scary fun.


Halloween Fireworks FestivalEveryone is invited to the FREE Halloween Fireworks Festival in Richmond. Enjoy music, dancing demonstrations, children’s activities, roving entertainment, fire juggling and a spectacular fireworks finale!


Tsawwassen Mills Halloween Monster Maze

Surrey

L'il Haunters at Potters House of HorrorsNot everyone is ready for the full-meal-scary-deal offered by Potter’s House of Horrors. If you have kids under 10 years, or don’t particularly like scary things yourself, check out L’il Haunters. The walk-through experience isn’t scary but it is definitely spooky!


Potters House of HorrorsLooking for a fright, come down to Potter’s House of Horror and they’ll show you scary! Bring your family and friends for a Spooky Halloween Night! Once again there are TWO houses of haunt: Monstrosity 2.0 and Devil’s Descent. Buy your tickets online in order to avoid line ups. And if you aren’t into insanely scariness, check out L’il Haunters (that was spooky enough for this momma).


Pumpkin Express at Bear Creek ParkWoo woo the Pumpkin Express is ready to pull into the station at Bear Creek Park! Delight in the crafts and activities under the tent on the platform. Each child will receive a treat to enjoy on the pumpkin express train as it travels through the decorated forest. As they depart from their adventure each child will be given a small pumpkin to remember their day.


Scream Train at Bear Creek ParkWhen you ride the Scream Train at Bear Creek the forest comes alive with ghosts and ghouls intent on scaring you amidst creepy sounds and special effects. Favourite characters like Chainsaw Charlie are back. You might also run into the walking dead who roam the platform every Halloween! The Scream Train is recommended for older children who can handle being scared.


Spooktacular Newton 2017Spooktacular Newton is back for a fourth chilling year! Arrive in costume and ride the haunted train if you dare. Or play it safe and take part in fun crafts and games! Get spooked at the spook theatre and leave with a memory at the photobooth. Whilst trick-or-treating, stop by the petting zoo and grab a pumpkin from the patch for a small donation to the Surrey Food Bank.


Halloween in the ForestYou’re invited! Come in costume for…Halloween in the Forest, a free indoor/outdoor event! Meet the Forest Fairy & friends, learn about owls, bats, spiders and raccoons, carve a pumpkin (while supplies last), and enter the costume prize draw. This event is prefect for families with small children.


Squamish

Trick or Treat at Sea to Sky GondolaFor an outdoor Halloween experience that turns trick or treating into a wilderness adventure, head to Squamish’s Sea to Sky Gondola. At the base of the gondola, a DJ will spin spooky tunes, and there will be spooktacular performances by the talented dancers of TPAC. Costume-clad kids can grab a trick or treat bag to decorate (available for first 250 kids) and get their faces painted at the Base Camp Café in the valley.


Vancouver

PNE Fright NightsWestern Canada’s most terrifying adult-themed Halloween event, Fright Nights is back to haunt Playland on select nights from October 5th through October 31st. Visitors can count down the days until Halloween with eight haunted houses, two thrilling live shows, fifteen blood-chilling rides and 90 monsters roaming the grounds.


The Ghost Train at Stanley Park is back for 2018! Are you ready for an Alien Invasion that’s out of this world? Join agents as they investigate a spaceship crash landing right in the middle of Stanley Park! Journey into restricted zones as you ride the popular Ghost Train to unravel the mystery of some very unexpected park visitors. Be prepared to treat yourself to the stellar sounds of a 5-piece rock band, visit the very secretive Area 52, ride through a star field tunnel of lasers, and steel your nerves for the slow reveal of the twelve foot greys.


The Vancouver Halloween Expo is the largest Halloween convention of fandom: cosplay, films, comics, anime, games, makeup, costumes, arts and performances returns to Vancouver. Come and enjoy the arts, music and performances of fantasy, explore exhibitors and meet super heroes, celebrities and amazing cosplayers! This is a family-friendly event so be sure to follow the costume-rules.


FlyOver Canada HalloweenFlyOver Canada is celebrating the fun of Halloween by adding some spine-tingling entertainment to its popular, must-see attraction. Broomelda the Witch invites guests to venture through the Haunted Hallway and onto a thrilling ride across Canada. If everyone survives, visitors will earn their official “Witch Academy Diploma” at the end.


Vancouver Halloween Parade Route 2017The Vancouver Halloween Parade is a family-friendly with marching bands, horses, vehicles, floats and performances. Downtown Vancouver is about to become the largest Cosplay stage. It’s the time when supernaturals, heroes, villains from films, comics, anime and games all come alive.


Glow in the Garden at VanDusen Botanical GardenGlow in the Garden returns for 2018! Experience an unforgettable Halloween walk in the woods at VanDusen Botanical Garden. The Garden comes to life with spellbinding lights, ghoulish music, and glowing pumpkin characters. After the walk, costumed kids will enjoy creating fun Halloween crafts inside.


Pint-Sized Pumpkin CarvingCoal Harbour Community Centre is hosting their 10th annual Pint-Sized Pumpkin Carving event! Get into the spooky spirit as you carve your own jack-o-lantern.


Halloween Sleepover at the Vancouver AquariumAre you brave enough to experience a Halloween Sleepover at the Vancouver Aquarium? The fun begins at 9pm and goes all night until 9am. Food, frightful fun, and fishy encounters are all part of the adventure.


Halloween Carnival and Ghostly GraveyardThe Halloween Carnival & Ghostly Graveyard is a fun, hair raising event which will get kids aged 2-7 years into the spooky spirit. Enjoy creepy crafts, treats, eerie entertainment and more! Don’t forget to wear your costumes.


Explore a haunted house, make spooky crafts, vote for the best Halloween display…the annual Wesbrook Village Halloweencelebration returns October 31st.


Halloween Hunt at City SquareIt’s time for the annual Halloween Hunt at City Square Centre. Enjoy Trick-or-Treating, cookie decorating, face painting, and a Magic Show. Be sure to enter for a chance to win the Grand Prize a Nintendo Switch with Grand Prize a Playstation 4 Pro game.


Halloween Party for KidsIt’s a Halloween Party for Kids! Dress up in your favourite costume and come enjoy games, crafts, and treats. Event is suitable for children 0-8 years old. Please pre- register in advance, this popular event sells out. $5/child.


West Vancouver

Norman Foote's Halloween HowlThis Halloween, join one of Canada’s most beloved family singer-songwriters, Norman Foote, for costumes, music and angels singing with ghosts and zombies. Don’t miss the Norman Foote Halloween Howl on October 30.


Tsawwassen Mills Halloween Monster MazeDon’t forget: Everyone is invited to the Tsawwassen Mills Halloween Monster Maze! Every ghoul who dares to finish the windy path receives a scratch card, and there are over $10,000 in prizes to be won including candy, gift cards, retailer prizing, and more! In addition to completing the Halloween Monster Maze, participants will enjoy thrilling events such as: Halloween make-up and nail art, Spooky Science for Kids with Science World, ghost stories, Halloween crafts, and costume photo day. Check out their full Halloween events calendar here.


Happy Halloween from Family Fun Vancouver!

Happy Halloween from Family Fun Vancouver!

 
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