10 Halloween Adventures That Make You Go BOO
Halloween in Saskatchewan can be a chilling experience. However, we don’t have to wait until All Hallows Eve to celebrate autumn’s grand finale. There are lots of haunted places and mysterious spaces to have some spooky fun with family, friends and neighbours throughout the month of October.
Western Development Museum
The Western Development Museum invites ghouls and goblins of all ages to celebrate Halloween at three museum locations across the province.
- Saskatoon: Creep around at the Boo Town spooky circus.
- Moose Jaw: Mysteries at the Museum
- North Battleford: Great Pumpkin Masquerade and Family Dance, the Fright Nights Haunted House or a Pumpkin Carving Class.
Bump in the Night, Government HouseTake your family to Government House for a night of magic and mystery at Bump in the Night. The grand haunted house, built in 1891, is rumoured to have mischievous resident ghosts. You may hear creaky footsteps and hear some eerie sounds if resident spirit Howie is lingering around.
Wascana Spooktacular and Pumpkin Way, Wascana CentreA free Halloween Nature Program including a Halloween village, dissections, spooky discoveries, live animals and creepy crafts. Stroll through glowing pumpkins in the park, along Pumpkin Way. See Regina’s best Jack-o-Lanterns shine one more time at Wascana Lake.
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Al Benesocky’s Shock House
Blood curdles in Al Benesocky’s Shock House. Watch your back in these haunted houses of horror.
The Haunted Museum, Sukanen Pioneer Ship and Museum
The Haunted Museum event puts a frightful twist on this collection of 100,000 artifacts and historically significant buildings. Explore this fascinating museum in the dark and see what finds you.
Halloween Haunted Farm, Grotto Gardens Country Market, Maple Creek
Get spooked at the Grotto Gardens Halloween Haunted Farm. Explore a haunted house, if you dare, or treat yourself to some tasty Halloween treats, fresh from the bakery.
Halloween Boonanza by Fairy Door Tours
Discover the magic of Fairy Door Tours with a Halloween twist. Have an enchanting afternoon visiting fairy houses and gnome homes.
The Dark Hub, Nutrien Wonderhub
Grown-ups can eat, drink and be scary at The Dark Hub. Learn all about special effects makeup and show off your "monster mash" moves on the dance floor.
The Dark Market, Capitol Music Club
Celebrate the strange and unusual at The Dark Market. Meet local creators and explore all things horror, occult, supernatural, antique, oddity, alternative and obscure.
Pumpkin Smash, Black Fox Farm and Distillery
At the Pumpkin Smash, find out what happens when a 2,000-pound pumpkin is dropped on a car. Then see it again when two more giant pumpkins meet the same fate.
Haunted Corn Maze, Corn Trails
Venture out to Corn Trails near the north end of Good Spirit Lake. Wander in the maze by moonlight on Friday Flashlight Nights. But watch out for zombies on your way to the witch’s house at Halloween.
Did you have a spooky Halloween adventure? We’d love to hear about your experience and see some photos too. #ExploreSask