If you’re having trouble deciding what to do this Halloween, check out the list below of events occurring all over the city on one of my favorite nights of the year!

1. Hallowe’en Tours

Most Ottawa locals already know about the Haunted Walk that you can take downtown (around Sparks & Elgin). However, for the dates Oct 10-Nov 1 the Original Haunter Walk as well as the Ghosts and the Hallows tours will be extended and creepier than ever. Grab your family and friends and check it out! You can buy tickets HERE! pic 1


2. Zombie Invasion Adventure

At the Cold War Museum on Carp Road, you have the chance to go on an interactive adventure inside the museum. The event is called “Incident at the Bunker: A Zombie Invasion!” and it is running from October 11th to November 1st (Saturdays, plus Sunday the 26th) The event is family-friendly however it’s more for those over the age of 12. You can buy you tickets HERE! Just click the day that you want to attend the event and you’re good to go! pic 2


3. Fright Fest

Saunders Farm, located on Bleeks Road has been transformed into a Halloween lover’s paradise. There are going to be haunted hayrides, a graveyard zone, and many other spooky things occurring at the farm so make sure to check it out. You can buy tickets HERE! pic 3


4. Halloween Dance for Teens

For those younger teens (aged 12-17) who aren’t quite old enough to go out to a club this Halloween season but want to dance the night away, the Ottawa Freedom Centre is hosting a dance on November 1st. There will be a photobooth, a fun costume contest and a few surprises! You can buy your tickets in advance through the centre, or you can get them at the door (for only $5!)

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5. Mansion in WONDERLAND

Last but not least, for those over the age of 19 and want to go out to a club this Halloween, Mansion is hosting a Halloween event that looks like it’s going to be a good time. You can get your tickets HERE and don’t forget to dress up!pic 5

Make sure to check out the events above and have a happy (and safe) Halloween!

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