Are you ready to get spooked? With Halloween just around the corner, Edmonton’s haunted houses 2023 are ready to scare and delight their visitors.
Edmonton is known for having some of the best haunted houses in the country. There is something for everyone at this time of year so if you liked to be scared, these spooky abodes will send entertain and thrill you.
Deadmonton Haunted House
Without question, Deadmonton is the scariest haunted house attraction in the city. Known for its realistic props and over-the-top themes, this Halloween attraction is guaranteed to scare everyone who enters. This fully interactive event features creatively frightening and realistic props, special effects, state-of-the art animatronics, and costumed actors who are ready and eager to scare the pants off everyone who dares to enter this Edmonton haunted houses.
There are two indoor and one outdoor haunted exhibits. Each one is completely original and different from the next. The lineups for each attraction vary. On average, it takes two hours to go through all the haunted houses.
Deadmonton Haunted House is open evenings from September 29 to November 4. Throughout its season, there are different events including a special Thanksgiving weekend and the Lights Out event held during the first week of November.
This thrilling exhibition is located in the eastern side of the city on 47 Street NW. Admission is $39.99 and $44.99 online and $44.99 and $49.99 at the door. Deadmonton Haunted House is not recommended for anyone under the age of 12 years.
Along with the main attraction, the event also offers food and cocktails at a food truck and souvenirs at their retail store.
If you want to really be scared this Halloween season, put Deadmonton Haunted House on your must-to list.
DARK at Fort Edmonton Park
Back for another excitingly frightening month, DARK runs from October 6 to 29 at Fort Edmonton Park. You will be completely terrified by each of the three haunted houses set at the park’s historic military post.
Each haunted house tells its own chilling tale of horror. Visit one or all for a night of filled with screams and terror. You will be immersed in frightening displays and special effects while the linear designs and costumed actors create a completely frightful experience from beginning to end.
This year’s three Edmonton haunted houses include Bloodshed Passage, a zombie infested frontier town with only one way out. In the 3AM house, demonic dream weavers try to trap you for eternity into their evil world during the witching hour. To escape, you must wake before dawn. Under the Big Top is a sinister midway filled with frightening circus performers and killer clowns who try to lure you to your doom by promising you a night of carnival fun. Your only goal is to escape alive.
Tickets for this thrillingly ghoulish event are $45.00. For those looking for an overnight fright, hotel room VIP packages are available at the Hotel Selkirk.
DARK Halloween exhibit has food trucks, a DJ, a retail shop full of spooky souvenirs, and quiz nights every Monday.
Kiwi’s Haunted House
If you are looking for a family-friendly spooktacular event to get your kids even more excited for Halloween, Kiwi Nurseries is holding their annual haunted house during set weekend dates from October 13 to October 29. Kid friendly times run between 6 to 6:30 pm while the adult fun is from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
This ghoulishly exciting exhibit has spooky outdoor walking trails that lead to a thrilling haunted indoor exhibit. This Edmonton haunted house promises to scare and delight the whole family.
Craft and beverage vendors are also available during the event times.
Admission is $6 per person, $10 per person for a priority pass or a food donation for the food bank. Children under the age of 10 years are free. Each ticket purchase includes a commemorative flashlight. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door.
If you’re looking for thrills, chills, and nights of fright, Edmonton has several haunted houses to and scary exhibits just in time for Halloween!
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