Here’s to another Monday! It’s not just the last week of October, but also the last week of the scariest season of the year. If you’re feeling like the month just flew by right past you, you’re not the only one. But whether you’re ready or not, the city is ready for you with a whole bunch Halloween-themed activities. Check out the full list of things to do in Toronto below.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week:
How does a scary movie drive-in sound? Ontario Place is hosting Haunted Cinema, an immersive experience that gives you a real taste of your favourite horror movies. The shows for Goosebumps and Scream are running from October 26 – 31 and tickets can be purchased here.
Legends of Horror
The interactive show at Toronto’s Casa Loma is running for one final week until October 31. The castle’s gardens and corridors have been transformed to offer spooky vibes and a horror themed experience. Tickets for the show can be purchased here.
Created by the same team behind the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit, the Immersive Klimt highlights the works of Austrian artist Gustav Klimt. The exhibition hosts over 500,000 cubic feet of projections and tickets can be purchased online here.
Go For Haunted Tours
What better time to go on a ghost walk or haunted tour than during the final week of the spooky season? There are plenty of places to check out in the 6ix and this includes walking with a tour guide or self-guided tours. Different ghost tour options can be found online here.
Chotto Matte’s Day of the Dead Celebration
Celebrate the Day of The Dead from October 26 – November 2 at Chotto Matte. The event is set to feature limited-edition sips, along with exciting decor and a live performance. Reservations for the restaurant can be made online here.