7 Scary things to do this October in Vancouver

scary things to do halloween vancouver

Now that Thanksgiving is officially over, it’s time to set your sights on the next most important day in October: Halloween! If you’re in the mood to get scared this month, we’ve listed out 7 of the spookiest and scariest things you can do this October in Vancouver.

Whether you just want a big fright, a manageable fright, or some knowledgeable insight to go with your spooky, good time, there’s something for everyone!

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7 Scary things to do this October in Vancouver

Scream Therapy: Haunted Houses in Vancouver for Halloween 2016

Fright Nights Vancouver 2016

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The days are getting dark and stormy, there’s some sort of strange teenage craze of dressing like evil clowns… Halloween must be creeping closer! One thing is for certain, Halloween just doesn’t feel like Halloween if you don’t find yourself cowering in the corner of a haunted house at least once this season.

Halloween in Vancouver is definitely done well by folks in and around the city. I mean, we’ve got an entire theme park devoted to scaring you silly. Whether your weakness is evil clowns, zombies, or just an irrational fear of children who stare at you from dark corners of creepy rooms and laugh to themselves… there’s something to scare the pants off everyone this Halloween in Vancouver. Check out some of the haunted houses in Vancouver for 2016 to see which ones you can handle this year:

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Scream Therapy: Haunted Houses in Vancouver for Halloween 2016

Fright Nights at Playland is Back With a New Season of Horrors, Oct. 9-Nov. 1 (Free Ticket Giveaway!)

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Western Canada’s most terrifying adult themed Halloween event, Fright Nights at Playland, is back this year, with seven haunted houses and fifteen fear-inducing rides.

For the first time ever, visitors will be able to ride Canada’s most extreme pendulum ride during the Halloween season, as The Beast makes its Fright Nights debut. With a terrifying pendulum arm, guests will be swung 120 degrees in either direction while sitting in seats that spin 360 degrees, reaching speeds of more than 90 km/hr and heights of over 125 feet.

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Fright Nights at Playland is Back With a New Season of Horrors, Oct. 9-Nov. 1 (Free Ticket Giveaway!)