Haunted Houses in Vancouver 2014

haunted houses vancouver 2014

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Trying to find out where to get your scare fix this Halloween in Vancouver? With one of the best haunted houses in Vancouver now retired, there are still quite a few other options stepping up to the plate to give you the biggest scare for your buck this October.

We’ve gathered a list of the top 5 haunted houses in Vancouver to visit for a spooky night out, if you dare…

Fright Nights Playland 2014

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1. Fright Nights in Vancouver

The ultimate way to face your fears in Vancouver, Fright Nights at Playland brings all your nightmares to life from October 10 to November 1st. Fright Nights features 7 haunted houses, including a brand new house (Keepers Doll Factory, gulp), 13 rides, The Monsters of Schlock, fire performers plus other terrifying shows and attractions. Oh, and a whole bunch of freaky clowns walking around trying to give you extra scares in between haunted houses. Cheaper passes are available at 7-Eleven, or you can buy your tickets at the gate. Rates range from $22 to $79 depending on if you get a fast pass.

2. Gravecouver in Metrotown

Metropolis at Metrotown has converted the upper level of the mall in between Winner’s and the Silvercity Movie Theater into a tribute to the undead. The Gravecouver haunted house attraction features 13 frightening rooms with a ride, zombies, moving floors, and lots of special effects. It’s not for younger kids and there is a PG-13 warning in effect, so you gonna get scared! Tickets cost $13 for general admission and $20 for VIP (less wait time in line). The Gravecouver haunted house is open on weekends from October 10th until November 1st from 7pm – 10pm.

Potters House of Horrors Vancouver 2014

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3. Potter’s House of Horrors

The self-proclaimed “Scariest Walk Through Haunt in British Columbia” is one of the best places to scare your pants off in October. Located in Surrey (but worth the trek!), Potter’s House of Horrors is made up of your worse nightmares. New this year, there will be 2 haunted houses featuring the themes “Sickness” and “10,000 Screams”. You can do both, or opt for one or the other. This Vancouver haunted house is open from October 10th until 31st with a family hour running from 5-6:30pm, and the regular ultra-scary show running from 7pm to 10pm. Tickets cost $14 for one house, and $25 for two on weekdays, and $16-$30 on weekends and the week leading up to Halloween.

4. Fearmongers

New to Vancouver, Fearmongers is aimed to bring a fully immersive and interactive haunted house experience to Vancouver. The idea is to take one theme for each year, trap people in a haunted experience and have them solve physical tasks and riddles in order to escape. This is the first year of Fearmongers Vancouver, so it will be in a smaller scale. There will be a one room version of the grand plan, and proceeds will go to the BC Children’s Hospital. If the haunted house is successful, there will be a HUGE Fearmongers haunted house next year. If you’re looking for a new experience this Halloween, you’ve got to check out Fearmongers. The Tomb will be open from October 27th until 31st at 2816 Victoria Drive. 6pm – 7pm will be Children’s Hour and 7pm – 10pm will be for adventurers only.

Image courtesy of Chinatown Haunted House | chinatownhauntedhouse.com

Image courtesy of Chinatown Haunted House | chinatownhauntedhouse.com

5. Chinatown Haunted House at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden

Back for another frightening year, this adult-oriented Halloween attraction transforms the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden into a terrifying Haunted House. This one-of-a-kind experience features over a dozen actors, dancers and musicians and is inspired by the gruesome stories of Judge Dee: China’s Sherlock Holmes. The Chinatown haunted house runs from October 21-31 and is open from 7pm to 10pm. Tickets cost $12 for adults and $10 for students.

What do you think is the scariest haunted house in Vancouver? Let us know in the comment section below!

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