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Top Halloween 2021 Events in Edmonton

  • October 18, 2021

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Halloween is upon us, and that means it’s time to plan how you’re going to spend the spooky season. From the scariest haunted house of all to a family-friendly, pumpkin-filled event, check out the top 3 Halloween 2021 events in Edmonton.


Deadmonton Haunted House

Deadmonton Haunted House has arrived in Edmonton. This spooky Halloween event is not for the faint of heart. Set up in downtown Edmonton, Deadmonton Haunted House 2021 is made up of two haunted house experiences: Warped and Dusk - Rise of the Dead. Warped will take you on a twisted trip down the rabbit hole, while Dusk - Rise of the Dead is all about tombs, crypts, mausoleums, and what lurks in them. Deadmonton Haunted House is on now until November 7th, with tickets available for purchase online.



DARK is returning to Edmonton for the 4th year in a row. For thirteen nights in October, you’ll learn what lingers in the shadows of Edmonton’s River Valley. Attendees can expect to encounter everything from a killer clown to blood-thirsty murderers in the deserted countryside. In 2021, there are three immersive experiences in total: Under the Big Top, Blood Harvest, and Core Industries. DARK is taking place in Fort Edmonton Park until October 31st and tickets cost $45 + tax. 


Haunted Pumpkin Festival

If you’re after a family-friendly Halloween event, look no further than the Haunted Pumpkin Festival in nearby Bon Accord. Taking place until October 31st, this U-pick harvest festival will have you and your family playing in a pumpkin patch at Prairie Gardens. This event also features a pumpkin cannon, Ghost Walks to the Elm Street Cemetery, and a Haunted House Farm (it’s kid-friendly). There’s also an indoor heated pumpkin greenhouse, small corn maze, animal viewings, pumpkin displays, pumpkin juggling, and much more. Tickets cost $19 for adults and $17 for children. 


If you’re going to be in Edmonton this Halloween, then we highly recommend attending the events above. And if you need a place to stay during your trip, we’d love to host you at the Days Inn by Wyndham Edmonton South.


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