Top Halloween Events in Montreal
Halloween – Montreal is one of the best cities to spend your Halloween night and there are Halloween events organised all around the city during the entire month of October.We’ve created a list of our favourite places organising some unique Halloween themed events this year. Chose any of them to attend to have a spooky night with your friends !
Haunted Ghost Tours
Just in time for Halloween and ghost stories, Haunted Montreal is a 90 minute tour taking you through Downtown Montreal, Griffintown or the Mountain to to show you the haunted places lurking around the city, and the ghosts that inhabit it. All three tours are left by “a professional actor and storyteller” who will guide you through the haunted city and make sure to tell your the gruesomest stories there are. There are regular tours happening throughout October up to early November. Click here for more information about tickets and the event. Visit our website to check out the full article on the tours.
This year the Botanical Gardens are hosting an exciting Pumpkin Ball. The entire site will be decorated with hundred of pumpkins and halloween inspired decorations. During the entire month, from October 6th until 31st, the Biodome will be hosting the “Animal’s Halloween”. You’ll be able to see how some animals can do some halloween inspired tricks. The Insectarium will be hosting their own event, “Spiders Unmasked”. You will learn everything there is to know about spiders. Click here for more information about the events hosted at the Biodome.
Montreal Fright Fest 2017
If you’re planning on dressing up with your friends for Halloween, make sure to check out Montreal’s biggest annual Halloween party at Muzique Nightclub. Thousands of students will be attending the event dressed up for Halloween. There will be a professional photographer to capture you’re original Halloween outfit and maybe you’ll win best female or male costume of the year. The music will be a mix of the top 40, Club Anthems, Hip Hop, Mash Ups and Reggaeton. To buy tickets click here, you must be 18 or over. The event starts at 10 p.m on the 31st of October and make sure to arrive early enough to avoid line ups in the cold.
If you’re not into partying and dressing up for Halloween night, there’s a pumpkin lantern festival happening just outside of Montreal. Pumpkinferno is an award-winning festival featuring exclusive pumpkin carvings for Canada’s 150th. The festival is located in Morrisburg, Ontario, about an hour and a half drive from Montreal. Click here to found out more information about this unforgettable Fall festival.
The Great Pumpkin Giveaway
For a day event with family and friends, check out this pumpkin giveaway hosted by Jean-Louis Bourque, Courtier Immobilier and Biscuits & Confetti. They’re organising a famil-friendly morning around the theme of Halloween. Drop by with your kids and your friends to choose your favourite pumpkin, enjoy some festive treats, grab a Halloween ballon, and maybe get a temporary spooky tattoo. The event is hosted at Biscuit & Confetti on Saturday October 21st from 10 a.m until 2 p.m. Click here for the Facebook event.
Haunted Night at the Library
The Saint Laurent Library is hosting an evening of horror this year for Halloween. The event is geared towards children, and anybody under 7 years old should be accompanied by a parent or an adult. The library will be organised a range of fun events for children with treats. The event will be held on Tuesday October 31st from 6:00 p.m until 8:00 p.m. What happens when the lights go out in the library ?… Click here to find out more information about this spooky event for your children.
By: Elsa-Maret- mtltimes.ca