Ghouls’ Night Out at Heritage Park:
A spooky event for the whole family, Ghouls’ Night Out is held every October in Heritage Park. Here you can take a spooky stroll down the park’s historic streets, and meet some of the ghoulish residents of the village as you pass their haunted houses. Younger visitors can kick up their heels and get ready to take to the skies at the Witches Flying School, or drop in for some haunting arts and crafts. Open from Oct. 27-30, Ghouls’ Night Out is a fun, safe (and spooky!) night out.
Oct. 27-29 6pm – 9pm
Oct. 30 4pm – 7pm
Little Ghouls (Ages 3-12) – $6.95
Old Spirits (Ages 13+) – $10.95
Children 2 & Under – Free!
Aspen Crossing’s Train of Terror:
Take a ride on Aspen Crossing’s Train of Terror this October and you’ll see everything from haunted railway carriages, spooky entertainment and other hair-raising encounters. Visitors will experience reduced vision, fog and strobe effects, cramped spaces, and close confrontations with actors and props. The experience is roughly two and a half hours long and is recommended to (thrill-seeking) adults only. Following the ride, there is a Halloween party with food and beverages available for purchase.
Oct. 8; Oct. 14 and 15; Oct. 21 and 22; Oct. 28, 29 and 30
Calgary Ghost Tours:
Strolling through some of Calgary’s oldest neighbourhoods, and listening to first-hand accounts of ghost stories in the city, Calgary Ghost Tours offers one of the scariest ways to spend Halloween. The Inglewood Ghost Walk in particular is a hair-raising experience, with plenty of eerie tales about Calgary’s most haunted neighbourhood.
Various dates in October, take a look at their website here!
Tickets start from $10 each.