Niagara Falls Halloween Celebrations & Spooky Events


Niagara Falls Halloween Celebrations & Spooky EventsAre you looking for a place to party on Halloween in Niagara Falls? Here is a list of spooky, fun, terrifying and exciting Niagara Falls Halloween Celebrations.

Rumours Night Club

Rumours Night Club will be hosting its annual Halloween party on Thursday, October 31, 2013! This is a free cover event where everyone is encouraged to dress in their best costumes for a chance to win $500 in cash! Ladies, your theme is erotic while men are encouraged to dress exotic. Dance and drink the night away to the best tunes spun by DJ Oz E! A laser light show and a massive dance floor filled with Niagara’s hottest people await!

Please no drinking and driving! Rumours Night Club is conveniently attached to theComfort Inn Clifton Hill that offers cheap, affordable room rates with their “Weekly Deals” packages. With this being one of the Niagara Falls Halloween events that actually falls on Halloween (Thursday),  you can take advantage of this hotel package and for a limited time you can get 15% off a room that is already at a discounted cost compared to other Niagara Falls hotels in the Clifton Hill vicinity.

Boston Pizza Clifton Hill

The day AFTER Halloween, Boston Pizza Clifton Hill invites you to party it up with costume prizes, $5.00 Pumpkin Ale and $4.00 Jager shots drink specials and so much more! Friday night on Clifton Hill in always a party, so expect a wild night!

Howell’s Family Pumpkin Farm

Where to begin? Bring the entire family to Howell’s Family Pumpkin Farm located at 2878 Holland Rd., in Fonthill. Everyone is only $5.95+tax to enter with the exception of children 2 and under being FREE. What is there to do here? LOTS. For starters, who doesn’t want to take advantage of pumpkin slingshot?? Wagon rides, a corn maze, rubber ducky races, a haunted spooky barn, zombie graveyard, haystack jumping, viewing an animal farm and of course pumpkin picking are just some of the things to do at Howell’s!

Haunt Manor

Located at 9387 Lundy’s Lane in Niagara Falls at Campark, Haunt Manor is NOT recommended for children under the age of 8, so keep little Johnny at home for this one. Through the Battle of 1812, this legitimately haunted house was inhabited by the Pew family. The house is over 200 years old and when the family mysteriously disappeared several years after the war, sightings of paranormal activity became rampant at this address. Today, a series of haunted houses and hayrides are offered on this property and was voted #1 in Ontario for the best haunted attraction and hayride facility. There are 9 frightening attractions and its open weekends until November 1st. Hours are 7pm-11pm and Sunday’s 7-10pm.

Fort George Ghost Tours

Niagara-on-the-Lake is commonly referred to as the most haunted town in Canada due to its history and battles on the land. The most prevalent tales of paranormal activity surround Fort George.   There have been hundreds of reports of ghost sightings here ranging from the benevolent spirit of a little girl named Sarah Ann to a more ominous presence simply known as “The Watcher”. The Fort George Ghost Tours is the longest-running ghost walk in the Niagara Region. Candlelight ghost tours of Fort George are offered on October 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27, 30th and 31st. The tours start at 7:00, 7:15 and 7:30pm and resume at 10:00, 10:15 and 10:30pm. If you are interested in purchasing tickets for these Niagara Falls Halloween events at Fort George, please call 905-468-6621.

Warner Ranch and Pumpkin Farm

Okay, back to kid-friendly Niagara Falls Halloween events LOL! Warner Ranch and Pumpkin Farm offers pumpkins of every shape and size as well as corn stalks, apples, squash and Indian corn to complete your Fall and Halloween decorating needs. They are open daily from 8:00am to 8:00pm and it is FREE to enter. For the kiddies, there is a petting zoo, pony rides and a corn maze for $2 each. Belgian horse-drawn hay rides are also available on weekends only, from 10:00am to 4:00pm for $2 as well. Not recommended for younger children, there is also a haunted hayride held October 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th, 25th and 26th with the first ride going out at 7:00 pm with the last ride departing at 10:45 pm.

Of course, you can head to Clifton Hill year-round for a good fright! Haunted houses such as the House of Frankenstein, Dracula’s Haunted Castle, the Haunted House, Screamers Niagara and the immensely popular Nightmares Fear Factory are all good fun and are all located right in the heart of the tourism district on Clifton Hill and Victoria Avenue.

Kids and adults will both love the Ghostblasters Dark Ride located in the Great Canadian Midway, where you head through a black-lit haunted hotel in a car on a track. Play against an opponent with laser guns and shoot ghosts and targets for bragging rights and a “spooky” good time! Upgrade to the Clifton Hill Fun Pass and get an additional 4 attractions on Clifton Hill plus tokens for the arcade at half the retail value!

(This story is brought to you courtesy of Christine from Clifton Hill)