If you’re looking for some really spooky stuff to do – you’re in luck! There are so many haunted houses, spooky corn mazes and more to go to in Manitoba this year.
If you’re looking for Pumpkin patches and corn mazes I’ve covered those already – and I’ll be posting up family friendly/slightly spooky stuff too. This one though is just for the older crowd.
- Heebie Jeebies opens on October 10th and looks terrifying. It’s right on the edge of the city, you can buy tickets in advance or at the store. Check their website to see exactly which dates they’ll be open. There’s quite a few sections to it, corn field, junk yard etc. It’s for 13 and up and there’s a few choices in ticket prices depending what you want to do.
- Grim Acres near Brandon runs from October 24th to 27th. They do have a no scare hour from 6 to 7pm. If you’re in the area go check the out – looks spooky and proceeds go to charity.
- Six Pines opens on October 3rd – 3 haunted houses in one location. It’s scary at night, but family friendly during the day.
- Shock House is a new Haunted house in Winnipeg. Recommended for ages 11 and over, but no age restriction.
- A Maze in Corn has a Haunted Forest that opens on October 3rd. It’s for all ages but scarier at night of course. You can go during the day with little ones.
- Terror Garage opens October 18th and runs for 5 nights. Looks spooky and fun and it’s all for donations to charity so make sure to go check them out.
- Terror on 12 starts on October 11th and runs weekends after that. It’s near Anola and a fun night out!
- Marine Museum of Manitoba in Selkirk has their Halloween Haunt starting on October 19th. Spooky fun for the whole family. One ship is just for 15 and over though.
- Deer Meadows has forbidden Forest and haunted hayride. Looks super spooky, and it’s 14 and up.
Let me know if I missed any – and if you’ve been to them, how scary they are!