10 Halloween Attractions To Try This Fall with Tweens and Teens

We are big Halloween fans in our house. We love horror movies, pumpkin patches, ghost tours and haunted houses. If your children have reached an age where they aren’t interested in trick-or-treating anymore, there are still many opportunities throughout the Fraser Valley and Vancouver to have fun this Halloween.


Where: Potter’s House of Horrors, 12530 72nd Avenue

When: Weekdays 4pm- 6:30pm/ Weekends 12pm-6:30pm. September 27th-28th, October 4th-31st

Cost: Child $12.99, Adult $15.99, Child Speedpass $24.99. Adult Speedpass $29.99

Info: Each pass gets admission to one haunted house. They have an ultra-scary, family hour (less scary) and a little haunters (for younger children)


Where: Grave Tales at Fort Langley, Mavis Avenue 

When: 6pm to 12am, October 16th to November 3rd

Cost: $13.20-$20.60

Info: They offer 3 tours: Youth Edition, Adult Edition and Extended Three Hour Edition (ages 17+). French language tours could be arranged via email: pc.fortlangley.pc@canada.ca


Where: Maan Farms Haunted Corn Maze, 790 McKenzie Road

When: 7pm to 10pm, September 27th-28th, October 4th-5th, 10th-14th, 17th-20th, 24th-27th, 30th-31st

Cost: $20-32

Info: This is a multi-sensory exhibit. Actors do not touch you in he Haunted Corn Maze but may be grabbed, held back, sent into hidden passageways and even temporarily removed from their group in the Pitch Black attraction. This runs rain or shine. It is recommended for ages 10 and up. 


Where: Mission Raceway Park, 32670 Dyke Road

When: 7pm to 10pm on 11th- 13th, 18th-20th, 25th-27th, 30th-31st

Cost: $13

Info: Must be 8 years or older to attend.

Where: Nightmare Haunted House, 8760 McLean Street

When: 7pm to 10pm, October 18th to 27th (Closed on October 21st & 22nd)

Cost: $7/at door or $5/with non-perishable food donation.

Info: Children that want a less scary experience are given a flashlight by request which helps notify the actors to lower the scare level.

Harrison Mills

Where: Kilby Historical Site, 215 Kilby Road

When: 5:30pm to 9pm, October 6th and 20th

Cost: $60/each or $110/for 2

Info: This event is currently has a waitlist. This event is recommended for ages 12 and up. Attendees will dine on a delicious roast beef dinner before exploring the museum with a paranormal investigator.


Where: Reapers Haunted Attraction, 9423 Gibson Road

When: Generally 7pm to 9pm, October 4th-6th, 11th-13th, 15th-31st

Cost: $11 for Reapers or The Maze of Terror, $20 for both attractions

Info: Whenever possible arrange for car pool as parking is limited to the lot. They are offering $1/off with a donation of a non-perishable food item. This attraction is recommended for ages 10 and up.


Where: Fright Nights at Playland, 2901 E. Hastings Street

When: 7pm-11pm, October 4th-6th, 11th-13th, 16th-20th, 23rd-31st

Cost: $25-65

Info: This attraction is recommended for ages 13 and up. Admission includes gate entry and access to 8 haunted attractions and 15 rides. The rapid pass gives the holder one time entrance through the rapid pass line at each of the 8 haunted attractions and pre-selected rides.

Where: Vancouver Mysteries, near Waterfront Station

When: 7pm, every night in October

Cost: $32

Info: Costumes are encouraged! Teams of 2-5 people are recommended. Teams of 6 or more are eligible for a private game. 

Where: Haunted Vancouver Trolley Tour, Westcoast Sightseeing Tour

When: 6:30pm-11pm, October 11th-31st

Cost: $59

Info: The duration of this tour is approximately 2.5 hours. Attendees must be 13+ years old. 


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