Boo! Grab your broomstick and a pint of potion. It's time to celebrate the spookiest month of the year. Here's how to celebrate Halloween for all ages in Winnipeg this October.
Explore a haunted forest
If you're up for a spooky event or two, you need to visit The Haunted Forest at A Maze in Corn! It's an interactive, outdoor experience that you won’t forget. Enter at your own risk as the forest's resident creatures will come alive and lure you in with their haunting humour. Do not wear costumes or masks when you visit, though! If you're bringing children along, be mindful of their age and fear threshold as this event is scary.
Get the Heebie Jeebies
We're shivering just thinking about this year's Heebie Jeebies event! It's packed with spooky Halloween fun. It features 4 mazes with unlimited re-entry, 3 food trucks, a scare zone, fireworks, free hot chocolate, photo opportunities, zombie carnival games, bonfires and more!
Check out Six Pines Haunted Attractions
There's spooky fun for the whole family at Six Pines this year! Established in 1998, Six Pines Haunted Attractions has proudly held the title of Manitoba’s premier haunted attraction, and even earned a spot among Canada’s top five scariest haunted attractions. This year, there's something new for littles, too. Join the Six Pines Mystery with Scoobs and Shags! It's an interactive experience featuring Zombie Scoobs and Zombie Shags. They'll attempt to unravel the enigma of Lulu’s Mystery Estate. And don't miss out on the annual Ghoul Flashlight Tour!
Take a ghost walk
Visit Lower Fort Garry in October to enjoy a scare or two in the dark! The Friends of Lower Fort Garry are hosting spooky Ghost Walking Tours throughout the month.
Experience Boo at the Zoo
Visit The Zoo to experience its spectacular spooky transformation! Boo at the Zoo features costumed characters, rides, games, treats, breathtaking performances, and jaw-dropping displays. It's a great event for anyone 3 years and older!
Enjoy Halloween Howl at the Children’s Museum
Halloween Howl is back! Grab the kids and go door-to-door to collect treats in 12 indoor galleries, participate in spooktacular activities, make creepy crafts, and enjoy some ghoulish fun. Costumes are optional but encouraged. Please leave toy weapons or masks at home.
We hope these fun activities fill your calendar this month! Halloween events in Winnipeg are popular, so be sure to snag tickets for these as soon as you can. Happy Halloween from our family to yours.