Thanksgiving is officially over! Time to start planning your Halloween costume… If you’re looking to get a little scared this Halloween season, there certainly is no shortage of haunted houses in Vancouver for 2016 to get your heart rate racing faster than that moment when you check your bank account balance.

For a little scream therapy this year, check out one (or all!) of the haunted houses in Vancouver for 2016 as listed below:

Fright Nights Playland 2016

Fright Nights

The ultimate collection of haunted houses in one convenient location, Fright Nights at Playland is always a go-to place for pre-Halloween festivities in Vancouver. This year, Fright Nights has 7 haunted houses, 15 rides, performers, and professional scarers walking around the park hoping to make your nightmares come true.

Location: Playland (2901 East Hastings Street)
Open until Monday, October 31 on weekends and select days.
$29 – $36 online and $32 – $39 at the gate (price varies by popularity of date)
Scare factor:
The variety of haunted houses is great and will scare most people, but the roving scary performers are most memorable in terms of nightmares.


vancouver haunted houses 2016

Potter’s House of Horrors

This Surrey-based haunted house is known for having some of the creepiest and thrilling scares in Vancouver. This is the kind of place that really gets a kick out of giving you a huge scare. If you can’t bring yourself to walk through either haunted house, you can always add your name to the “Chickened Out” list that sits outside the entrance.

Location: 12530 72nd avenue, Surrey BC
Open until October 31 with family hour from 4-6:30pm and regular ultra scary show from 7-10pm
$14 – 16 for one house, $25 – $30 for two (price varies by popularity of date)
Scare factor: 
Thought you could handle a haunted house? Guess again, friends.
vancouver haunted houses 2016

Reaper’s Haunted House in Chilliwack

This Halloween-themed attraction that “rivals scare houses at Disneyland and other major attractions” is worth the drive out to the country. Thought mazes were scary enough as it is? How about entering a MAZE OF TERROR? Or, you can just check out the haunted house with new scares and themes each weekend including zombies & killer clowns.

Location: 9423 Gibson Road, Chilliwack
Open until October 31 from 7pm – 10pm
 Reapers $11, Maze $12, combo $20
Scare factor: 
The maze of terror may have you lying on the ground, curled in a ball, crying for mommy.


haunted houses vancouver 2016

The Valley Haunt in North Vancouver

For 15 years, this haunted house has grown from neighbourhood haunt to one of the must-see haunts in the Vancouver area. For 2016, this haunted house will be taking place in walk-through shipping containers… Making for a bigger, better, and scarier valley haunt! Proceeds go to the BC Professional Firefighters’ Burn Fund.

Location: 1311 Appin Rd. , North Vancouver, BC,
From October 15 – October 31 from 7 to 10pm (Monday-Friday), and 4 – 10pm (Saturday)
 Free, but you’re encouraged to give a donation
Scare factor: 
Just try and contain your screams…


This year Vancouver will be missing Ghost Ridge in maple Ridge, Fearmongers in Vancouver, and the Chinatown Haunted House in Dr. Sun Yat Sen gardens. Come back, we need more scary stuff in Vancouver!

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  1. Anmore Manor Haunted House

    A Haunted Manor tucked away in Anmore, BC (Port Moody area) will be open to those who DARE to enter the following nights.

    October 28 6:30pm-10:00pm
    October 29 6:30pm-10:00pm
    October 30 6:30pm-10:00pm
    October 31 6:00pm-9:00pm (between 6:00-6:30 no actors)

    1151 Robin Way

    We will be collecting both cash and canned donations for the Share Society.

    Check out our Facebook page Anmore Manor

    Happy Halloween!

    Not recommended for children under 9 years old.

  2. Courtney

    3037 Sandpiper Drive, Abbotsford BC

    Residential Home that becomes a frightening Zombie Hospital
    7 scare rooms, outdoor/indoor, and “Little Ghost Zone”


    Sat Oct 29th 6-9pm
    Sun Oct 30th 6-9pm
    Mon Oct 31st 6-9pm

    Check out
    Tweet @hauntinabby

  3. bored in vancouver Listing Owner

    4th Annual Piratehouse Fundraiser for St. Stephen Children’s Centre

    Burnaby, BC. Shiver me timbers, it’s that time of year again! Time to pull out your compass, lace up the flowy shirt, adjust your tri-corn hat, and do some good – because even pirates can be honourable. The ones at PirateHouse sure are – so join them at this year’s yard display open to the public on Halloween night – Monday, October 31, 2016 from 5pm to 8pm at 5970 Portland St, Burnaby, BC.

    So far, PirateHouse has raised enough booty to provide a roof, solar electricity, and a new rainwater harvesting tank for the St. Stephen Children’s Centre in Uganda. This year the goal is to get desks for the students. But it takes a village to help a village so if you do join us in our pirate festivities please consider adding to the treasure chest. And if you can’t make it down please feel free to make a donation through the BC Society for St. Stephen Children’s Centre website or bid on one of our amazing online auction packages.