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Halloween Events in Winnipeg: From Chill to Bone-Chilling!

Looking for some great Halloween related activities in and around Winnipeg? Have no fear, we’ve got a solid roundup right here. We’ve done our best to rate them with accurate degrees of scariness, but proceed with caution as your mileage may vary.

Halloween Spooktacular Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra

October 31, 2021 | 2:00 pm
$23
Centennial Concert Hall

Camille Saint-Saëns and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra presents a Halloween themed performance, composed specifically for families. The Centennial Concert Hall transforms into a magical universe where lions, kangaroos, elephants, and a few skeletons come to life. Kids are highly encouraged to come dressed up as their favourite animal!
WEBSITE
Fear rating: 1/5

Manitoba's Witches & Wizards Trade Show

October 2–3 2021 | 10:00 am – 6 pm
$2
Red River Exhibition
3977 Portage Avenue, Headingley, Canada

The first of its kind, this weekend trade show will feature Halloween themed shops, activities and entertainment. Bring the kids and bring the costumes for the Halloween dress up event and selfie station! If you’re looking for a Halloween event that you can enjoy without scaring the little ones, this is the perfect option.
WEBSITE
Fear rating: 1/5

Boo at the Zoo

October 8 – 31, 2021 | Tuesdays – Sundays: 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
$12.75 for ages 3+
Assiniboine Park Zoo

The Zoo will be transformed into a Mystical Fair by a traveling caravan of witches, wizards, and warlocks. An after dark event at the Assiniboine Park Zoo featuring performances, themed displays, and activities! Perfect for Halloween lovers of all ages.
WEBSITE
Fear rating: 2/5

A Maze in Corn Haunted Forest

October 1–31 2021
Family Friendly: Saturday and Sunday 3:30-5:30
$23 for ages 4-12
$25 for ages 13+
More Scary: All days 6:30-10:30
$28 for ages 4-12
$30 for ages 13+

A classic Winnipeg experience, the forest comes alive after dark with all manner of ghouls, demons and monsters. Dress warm for the cold Manitoba fall and brave the labyrinth of terrifying trees for an interactive, memorable experience! Great for those who can’t stomach the more frightening experiences on this list, but still want a good scare to raise the heart rate. It’s recommended to bring young kids to the daylight hour events on Saturday and Sunday.
WEBSITE
Fear rating: 3/5

The Real Escape: The Mine

Booking times from 10:45 am – 10:30 pm
$25

A new escape room by The Real Escape Canada, perfectly designed to raise your heart rate as you try to escape through clues and puzzles. Attendees under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 1968: Deep in the heart of the Appalachian mountain range, a group of backpackers went missing after getting lost in a recently abandoned mining system where the entire workforce mysteriously disappeared a month prior. Bad news is- YOU'RE those backpackers.
WEBSITE
Fear rating: 4/5

Six Pines Haunted Attractions

October 1–31, 2021
Thursdays: 7pm–11pm
Fridays and Saturdays: 6:30pm–12:30am
$25
4km North of the Perimeter Hwy 101 on Sturgeon Road

Consistently rated one of Canada’s scariest attractions, this is a haunted house experience designed for adults. Proceed with caution as the creatures that haunt The Barn of Doom attack any brave trespassers. Afterwards, cool down with refreshments at Grizelda’s Kitchen.
WEBSITE
Fear rating: 5/5


Heebie Jeebies

October 1–31, 2021
Start times vary between 6:30pm & 7pm, and end times vary between 11pm & 12:30pm. Check website for confirmation
Fridays & Saturdays: $45
Thursdays & Sundays: $40 and unlimited re-entry to maze
53071 La Salle Road

Come into our haunted corridors where you’ll walk though the most-frightening 70,000 square feet you’ve ever encountered. After braving the maze, treat yourself to a where there’ll be food trucks, and photo ops. The haunt consists of four mazes. They vary in length from 8-12 minutes each, while taking years off your life. Come early if you expect to take it all in! Expect fog, strobe lights and special effects and more than 100 costumed actors.
WEBSITE
Fear rating: 5/5


Fear 5

264 Portage Avenue
Monday – Friday: 8am - 8pm
Saturday – Sunday: 9am - 5pm
$32.84

Fear 5 is an incredibly immersive haunted experience for mature audiences. This year, they’re featuring four distinct themed events: The Cure, a terrifying zombie chase, Blind, a bird-box inspired challenge, The Copy-Cat Killer, a gruesome, gory execution style viewing experience, and Virtual Horror, where VR is used to full immerse the participant in an all new, horrific reality. On any of these unique tours, you will be expected to crawl, run, climb, and complete a series of daring challenges while being stalked by realistic monsters and horrors. And it’s all located in a convenient downtown location!
WEBSITE
Fear rating: 5/5


We hope this guide is helpful to get you out and about in Winnipeg this fall! Whether you’ve got the stomach for the most terrifying events on this list, or you’d prefer to stick to the markets and mazes, our city has plenty to get you in the Halloween spirit.
If you want to work with realtors who are passionate about the city they live in, call or text 204.891.3083.

Happy Halloween!

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