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.
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.
Now, the haunted attraction in Niagara is a theatrical hayride, cedar maze and six separately themed haunted houses and mazes. Each year, the theme changes so you’ll always be scared by something completely different.
This year, the haunt will return with 13 Manor Drive. According to the website, “a wrong turn through 13 Manor Drive shows signs of a travelling Clown Show abandoned in the 80s.”
“You see figures of people standing roadside watching. You are taken deep into the abandoned manor estate, will you escape the terrors unfolding? Find out what happened at 13 Manor Drive when the travelling clowns came to town this Halloween season…”
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Once entering the space, you’ll start off 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.
Advanced reservations are required and can be booked through their website. General admission is $49.95 a person and a fast pass ticket is $79.95.
Looking for more to do this Halloween season? You can also check out Tipsy Theory’s latest article about the most haunted bars in Ontario you want to check out this year. Some are even nestled right in the heart of the Niagara region.