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This is what a Niagara Falls Halloween Looks Like
October is such a fun month in Niagara. There are so many exciting events to look forward to each year. Here are some of our favourites (from spook-tacular, wine country glass raisers and cozy connections with celebrities)
You have to make the trip, to experience all of the fun. From the pumpkin donuts, to the hot apple cider to the haunted spook barn, wagon ride, corn maze, cow train and getting to pick your perfect pumpkin when you leave.
It all started with the spooky legend of the Pew Family. They resided on this Lundy’s Lane property when the Battle of Lundy’s Lane took place over 200 years ago. The house has remnants of bullets lining the walls of this house – bullets from the historical Battle of 1812. Paranormal experts have confirmed that this place is indeed full of paranormal activity. So prepare for your mind to wander as you take a tour of haunted houses and a haunted hayride on the grounds of this historical site.
Take a stroll through Niagara’s most haunted corridors. From the Village of Elgin to Niagara’s most haunted Bed and Breakfast (Blythewood Manor) to the exact location where mob lieutenant, Freddy Tedesco, smoked his last cigar.
Take a ghost walk through Canada’s most haunted town, Niagara-on-the-Lake. Experience one of the most angry ghosts, who resides in the Angel Inn as well as scary stops outside the Niagara-on-the-Lake Courthouse, Prince of Wales Hotel, Apothecary, and Royal George Theatre.
Niagara is known to be haunted (based on all of these spooky tours) and Fort George is one of the longest running ghost walks in Niagara. This 2 hour tour involves one of the scariest history lessons and a secret opening to a building (the Officers’ Quarters) that is usually off limits during the summer ghost tours.
From October 26th – 31st, enjoy a spooktacular Halloween special for kids and grown-ups when you wear a costume. Admission is $6 for children and $10 for adults. During your Halloween adventure, there will be a scavenger hunt and candy.
Wine Glass Raisers
Take a step back to the 15th Century for an enchanting evening filled with appetizers, drinks, wine releases, live entertainment and the can’t miss Halloween candy bar. Costumes are required.
It’s Part 7 of the Hernder Halloween Bash (insert scary music here). It’s an evening of fun with fabulous food and wine for a great cause. This fundraiser is for the Hernder-Picasso Foundation with 100% of proceeds going to the Walker Family Cancer Centre. Plus great prizes for the best costumer ($500 for Best Costume and $500 for Best Group (three or more).
Get ready for a delicious hibernation. Stock up your wine cellars with rich and flavourful reds from Reif Estate Winery. Great pricing on limited edition and estate bottled red wines – perfect for entertaining and the holidays. This limited time pricing is only offered once a year. Feature wine tastings complimentary.
Niagara Falls Casino Concerts – Cozy Connections with Celebrities
The Original Stars from American Bandstand – October 26th – 30th
Seneca Niagara Casino
The Lovin’ Spoonful – October 30th
All of these Niagara Falls Halloween events are close to the Courtyard Marriott, where you can Eat. Sleep and repeat the fun the next day.