It’s time to get spooky this Halloween season. Haunt Manor in Niagara is Canada’s largest haunted attraction and will have you screaming in a matter of minutes with its hayrides and haunted houses.
Right near the historic Battle of Lundy’s Lane, the 220-year-old farm is reported to still have two soldiers roaming the grounds after they died during the war.
There are still reports of spooky sights of the soldiers around the farm, as well as a mother and two children in the attic.
The space has been transformed this season to bring you a theatrical hayride, a cedar maze and six separately themed haunted houses and mazes.
This year, the haunt is featuring the “RedSaw Lab.” According to the website, “a hacking and sawing is heard deep in the woods from within Redsaw Labs. The human experimental procedures were thought to have stopped and shuttered since the 1900s Circus incident.”
” The Bad Man was born here and many of the horrid creatures that await in the woods. You are taken deep into the abandoned manor estate, will you escape the terrors unfolding?”
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Once entering the space, you’ll start the hayride, before heading to the rest of the attractions. There is the corn maze section, which also includes three separate haunts.
Then, there is the old Pew Barn House, which also has three haunts. The event also features the dark magic sideshow by Mentalist/Illusionist Edward Stone.
The Haunted Manor is open from September 30th until October 29th. You can view their website for a full list of dates.
General Admission tickets are $51 per person and Fast Pass Tickets are $72 per person.
Looking for more to do the next time you are in the Niagara region? You can check out Tipsy Theory’s ultimate guide on the best things to do this fall.
Whether you are looking for more haunted houses to enjoy, a nice colourful hike, or a wine tour, there is lots to do during this spooky season. Happy exploring!