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Halloween Things to Do in Metro Vancouver & Fraser Valley 2020

Here are Halloween things to do, events, attractions and pumpkin patches that are still on for 2020 in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley.

PNE Slayland & Drive-Thru Tricks & Treats (Vancouver)

Slayland

From select nights October 9 – 31, the PNE park will be transformed into Slayland – Night of a Thousand Screams – adding a chilling twist on the usual thrills.

The haunted houses won’t be open, but the park will be possessed with terrifying décor and a horror-themed outdoor walk-thru experience that pays its respects to your favourite haunts of the past, plus twenty rousing rides, including the most-frightening Atmosfear, Wooden Roller Coaster, and the Beast.

Admission is $39.50 from October 9 – 25 and $44.50 from October 29 – 31. Hours are 6 – 11 pm. A complimentary face mask is included with admission while quantities last.

PNE Drive-Thru Tricks & Treats

The PNE Drive-Thru Tricks & Treats takes place October 30 from 4-8pm & October 31 from 11am-8pm.

This family-themed Halloween Vancouver 2020 experience will include live spooky characters, Halloween décor, and safe trick-or-treating for the little princesses and goblins.

Admission is $25 per carload and includes the drive thru experience as well as a trick-or-treat bag with a Halloween-themed candy apple, and small bags of popcorn, mini donuts, cotton candy, and candy.

Maan Farms Haunted Corn Maze (Abbotsford)

Maan Farms in Abbotsford is hosting a Haunted Corn Maze happening select nights in October from 7 pm – 10 or 11 pm.

Admission is as follows:

  • Earlybird: $35
  • General Admission: $42
  • Hot Haunt Nights (ie popular nights): $48
  • Online Same Day General Admission: $49
  • Online Same Day Hot Haunt Nights: $55

Unicef Halloween Walk-A-Thon

This Halloween season, UNICEF Canada is encouraging families across Canada to put on their costumes and turn their steps (trick-or-treating or not) into a safe, socially distanced walk-a-thon throughout their neighbourhood to help us defend the right to childhood.

Children, families and adults can become Halloween Heroes by joining our walk-a-thon and setting up their own fundraising page at unicef.ca/Halloween.

Participants who sign up by 9 October 2020 will receive a walk-a-thon package in the mail, including an exclusive Halloween Hero Card with a QR code to help collect digital donations—a new digital form of UNICEF’s orange box.

Money raised goes towards providing essentials like water, nutrition, education and health care to children in need around the world.

Vancouver Lookout Pumpkin Carving

Vancouver Lookout is hosting a Pumpkin Carving event on Oct 24 & 25 where you can bring your Family and Friends to gather safely and carve a pumpkin and check out the amazing view of the Downtown Core.

Pumpkin Patches

Taves Farms (Abbotsford)

The Pumpkin patch at Taves Farms opens on September 26.

Maan Farms (Abbotsford)

Maan Farms is offering a number of family-friendly fall activities including Caramel apples, Kettle corn, The Corn Maze, Princess pumpkin patch and more.

Aldor Acres (Langley)

Aldor Acres in Langley is offering U-pick or Drive Thru experiences. The U-Pick is on Sept 19 – Oct 31 and priced at $10 per person. The Drive Thru is on September 22, 24, 28, 30 and October 6, 8, 13, 15, 19, 21, 26, 28. Arrive anytime between 4 – 5:30 pm and priced at $20 per car.

Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch (Surrey)

Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch is opening Sept 26 & 27 (10 am – 5 pm); Fridays, Saturdays, & Sundays in October (10 am – 5 pm); Weekday afternoons from Oct 13 – 30 (2 pm – 5 pm). Admission is $7.50 ages 2 and up and includes mini corn maze, access to animal interaction areas, play areas & pumpkin patch.

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