5 scary things to do in Vancouver for Halloween (including “one of the scariest places in Canada”)

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The weather isn’t the only thing that’s been scary this October in Vancouver! We’re creeping up to Halloween and it’s time to get into the mood by giving yourself a good scare. Vancouver and the surrounding areas have no shortage of things to do this Halloween season to make you scream this year.

The five scary things are ranked below from not so bad to %#&@!. Are you going to be able to handle them all?

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5 scary things to do in Vancouver for Halloween (including “one of the scariest places in Canada”)

Halloween at the Vancouver Aquarium: Half-Price Admission for Costumed Kids

With plenty of spook-tacular creatures (like sharks, spiders, snakes, bats and jellyfish), the Vancouver Aquarium, an Ocean Wise® initiative, is the perfect place to kick-start your Halloween celebrations. Continue reading:
Halloween at the Vancouver Aquarium: Half-Price Admission for Costumed Kids

6th Annual Lumière Vancouver Festival to Launch with a New Installation

Lumière, the annual family-friendly event, brings 25+ artistic light installations to downtown Vancouver and the West End, November 1 – 3. Continue reading:
6th Annual Lumière Vancouver Festival to Launch with a New Installation

Vancouver: Family Fun for All Kinds with 20% Off Attractions

The beautiful thing about Vancouver is that there is a little something here for everyone. And that includes an unforgettable experience for each and every member of your family, no matter what they’re into.

Parents especially will love the exclusive 20% discount you’ll receive when you book any of the following Vancouver attractions with Viator using the promo code: MUSTDOVANCOUVER.

Here are our suggestions, or visit Viator for more:

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Vancouver: Family Fun for All Kinds with 20% Off Attractions

Filming in Vancouver: Rachel Leigh Cook, Damon Wayans Jr., Jennifer Connelly, and more

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This week’s roundup of what’s filming in Vancouver, there’s a romcom feature that’s getting on set.

And so is a dystopian sci-fi thriller that’s embarking upon its second season, even though its first season hasn’t premiered yet.

And a suspense drama TV series that’s shooting its pilot is set to wrap just as its full cast has been revealed.

Curious to know more? Well, for more details on all of these shows, read on.

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Filming in Vancouver: Rachel Leigh Cook, Damon Wayans Jr., Jennifer Connelly, and more

Spooky improv, walking tours and Story Story Lie’s Tales of Terror—experience Halloween in Vancouver

Take a tour by lamp + professional actor through the cobblestone streets of Gastown.

Walking tours, pumpkin carving and spooky improv directed by an evil cat are a few of the Halloween-themed happenings in Vancouver in the days leading up to Oct. 31. See below for more details on these and other events.

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Spooky improv, walking tours and Story Story Lie’s Tales of Terror—experience Halloween in Vancouver

Run, Stretch and Nosh – November 2019 Vancouver Wellness Events

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Photo: Tourism Vancouver/ Clayton Perry

November brings hearty foods, indoor zen, and the last runs of the season. And a bit of early Christmas cheer. Enjoy Vancouver’s fiery coloured trees as you walk to these wellness events around the city.

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Run, Stretch and Nosh – November 2019 Vancouver Wellness Events