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Spooktacular Fun at Vancouver's Top Attractions

 Spooktacular Season!!  Vancouver’s top attractions welcome the spooky season with events and activities for anyone seeking a little, or a lot, of scare!!

Outdoor adventures, and annual traditions await travelers and  locals alike.  Start with a trip to Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver’s oldest attraction, where more than just frightening heights are available this October are bringing back Canyon Frights the spirits of the past come to life at this “Victorian Fall Fair”, the park is illuminated, and there are tons of surprises and family friendly activities to enjoy, watch out for the ghosts as you explore the rainforest, from October 13.  Carry on with outdoor adventures at VanDusen Garden’s Harvest Days, weekends, starting October 7, the grounds are decked out with fall colours, the maze is ready to be explored, live music and extra food vendors are on site to add to the fun!  Also open Thanksgiving Monday and Friday October 20.  Tickets for both of these events can be purchased on this website where savings of 20% can be had. 

Head up Highway 99 for two fall adventures, Sea to Sky Gondola, offers complimentary trick or treating, with your ticket, on October 21, also included are seasonal surprises along Alpine Alley and a special menu in the café.  While Britannia Mine Museum’s Halloween event is featured for three weekends starting October 14, special pricing applies book directly with the Mine for the best value.  These family friendly event days include the Cabinet of Curiosities, the doors have been flung open and now is your chance to see its contents up close!  Enter, if you dare, and embrace the wonder and terror that await you in this captivating journey into the unknown.  The Terror Lab, offers hands on exploration, as well as an underground tour on the Monster Tracker, keep your wits about you when take this ride!  Book today, dates and space are limited,

Playland, and Burnaby Village Museum offer two of Vancouver’s best haunted experiences in the Lower Mainland but tickets have to be bought directly from these partner attractions.  Fright Night, truly an experience just for those who get a thrill from being scared half to death, is launching a new Haunted House “The Void”, don’t go alone!!  Book through pne.ca.  While Burnaby Village Museum’s annual  Haunted Village is more family friendly but serves up a wonderful mix of live entertainment, excellent light and fall displays and hands on fun that everyone will enjoy, book at burnabyvillagemuseum.com/hauntedvillage.