Your Guide to Halloween Night


Halloween is one of the most exciting times to be in Toronto.

In late October, Toronto transforms itself into a spooktacularly fun destination with extravagant Halloween parties, haunted houses, ghost tours, and more. Every year, Torontonians can choose from the many fangtastic Halloween attractions.

To help you get started on your haunted urban adventure, we’ve put together some of our favorite halloween destinations in Toronto.

Find the Perfect Costume

First things first, you have to plan and find your costume. Picking your costume can either be a quick and improvised process, or a complex arrangement of unusual items that can be tricky to find. Being in close proximity to a number of halloween stores, residents at Freed Development’s Toronto buildings never run out of options!

Malabar Limited

Situated west of Queen Street West and University Avenue, Malabar is arguably one of the best places to shop for costumes in Toronto. Discover traditional costumes for sale, period costumes for rent, and everything you need for world-class special effects makeup and prosthetics.

Malabar Limited 14 McCaul St.

Black Market Clothing

Head to Black Market Clothing if you are going vintage for this year’s Halloween. A large selection of vintage tees and casualwear are available for you to mix and match!

Black Market Clothing 256 Queen St. W

Candy’s Costume Shop

Arrive at Candy’s Costume Shop from 150 & 155 Redpath in less than 10 minutes on foot, where you can buy or rent costumes, accessories, wigs, makeup and more!

Candy’s Costume Shop 685 Mt Pleasant Rd

Get Spooked

Test your courage, conquer your fear, and have a ton of fun at various Halloween attractions in Toronto.

Legends of Horror Casa Loma

A century-old Gothic Revival style house and gardens turned museum in Midtown Toronto is transformed again into a giant haunted house for this year’s Halloween. Immerse yourself in the theatrical interpretation of many classic horror figures as you walk through the lower gardens of Casa Loma, and through the castle’s tunnels and dark spaces never before open to the public.

Legends of Horror

Screemers The Exhibition Place

Running for 25 years, Screemers has become one of Toronto’s annual Halloween traditions. There are seven main haunted house attractions, a magic show, carnival rides, and a lot of zombies.


Haunted High Park High Park

If made up characters, fantasy monsters, and jump scares make you yawn, tap into the real ghost rumours at Haunted High Park. This annual event now features séances, Victorian funeral and mourning traditions inside Colborne Lodge, and a less-intense version of the event for children.

Haunted High Park

Guillermo del Toro: At Home with MonstersAGO

Take a glimpse into the fantastic and frightful world of renowned filmmaker Guillermo del Toro at the Art Gallery of Ontario.The exhibition reveals his creative process with never-before-seen notebook sketches, props, sculpture, paintings, prints, photography, costumes, ancient artefacts, books, maquettes, and film.

At Home with Monsters

Haunted Halloween Night

Going out tends to be more exciting in costumes. Here are some of Toronto’s biggest Halloween parties this year!

Scream Whistle’s Annual Halloween Bash

This legendary event, in its 16th year, is one of the best ways to spend your Halloween night where you can enjoy incredible visuals, costumes, and other spooky detailing. Don’t miss out on Steam Whistle Brewery’s biggest event of the year!
October 27- 28, 2017

Scream Whistle’s Annual Halloween Bash

Ghost Ship Toronto

All aboard the Empress of Canada Cruise Ship for a night of music, dancing, and great costumes. There will be three heated levels to party as well as delicious hors d’oeuvres served all night long. Be sure to show up in your best costume to win a $500 cash prize!
October 31, 2017

Ghost Ship Toronto

Thriller - Rebel

Rebel Entertainment Complex, formerly known as The Sound Academy, is hosting a Halloween party for the second time starring Gareth Emery, Seven Lions, Tritonal, Kill The Noise, and Mark Oliver on Friday, October 27.
October 27, 2017


Halloween on Church Street - The Church and Wellesley Village

From Wood Street to Gloucester Street along Church Street, thousands of people dressed in halloween costumes will be participating in one of Toronto’s most wicked street party. Prepared to be amazed!
October 31, 2017

Halloween on Church Street