If you absolutely LOVE Halloween you can enjoy more than just dressing up to take your kids trick-or-treating or to give out candy on the 31st.
Check out Rutherford Manor Haunt Friday the 27th and Saturday the 28th from 7 – 10:30 pm on Sunday the 29th in the afternoon from 1-4 and Halloween night from dusk to 10:30
“Our haunted house is not intended for small children, although all children are admitted. It is not recommended for children under the age of 10, it is SCARY!!! Fog machines, strobe lights, lasers and extreme noises are used in our haunt.” according to their website
Photo cred rutherfordmanorhaunt.com
You can also check out the “Haunted Hall of Horrors” presented by the Jasper Park Community league open Halloween night from 5-8. It is free admission, but they’re asking for donations for the Edmonton Food Bank.
The Beaumont Haunted House is open again this year, you can join them Saturday October 28th from 5:30 – 10. Their Facebook page says
“Please join us IF YOU DARE for a Halloween SCARE at the Beaumont Haunted House.
The cause is wonderful- helping to bring food to families in need with the Leduc and District Food Bank.
Please bring a generous donation of non perishable food items for the Leduc and District Food Bank.”
The Summerside Haunted House is open next week, the 23rd to the 26th and you can go through with the lights on from 4-5pm or with the lights off from 5-8 pm!
“It’s a Halloween tradition and we are ready to pop up when you least expect it.Be there or be scared. Please bring a Food Bank Donation and or a candy donation for Grande Blvd residents”
Have you heard of the “Lakeland Hanuted House” Last year this family got over 700 people!!
“We are two people who love Halloween and enjoy giving people a place to get into the Halloween spirit. We welcome people of all ages to test their bravery within the house. In the past years we have had 3 year olds go through no problem and 10 year olds run out screaming. It all depends on the child. We are happy to watch the nervous ones while you go through the house. We do not use real people within the haunted house to scare you but don’t worry, we have plenty to get the hair raising on the back of your neck. We do not charge anything to experience our haunting, however, we gladly accept donations for the Strathcona County Food Bank and for WARF. WARF is a small, not-for-profit animal rescue organization.”
“Once again our haunted house will be at our house. 1212 LakeVista Crescent Sherwood Park. We will be open every night between October 20 to October 31 from 6pm – 9pm.”
If you’re not really into the Haunted House thing, maybe you’d rather a scary movie marathon? Check out what movies you can see and when at the Telus World of Science by clicking here!
Also, if you’re looking for ACTUAL haunted places around YEG, check out the top 10 “most haunted” here