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11 Allegedly Haunted Restaurants You Can Dine At In Ontario

Haunted Halton: Where are the Ghosts Lurking? Read more at @Burlington.net

Haunted Halton: Where are the Ghosts Lurking? Read more at @Burlington.net

Burlington Downtown | Treats in our Streets

Treats in our Streets

Belgian chocolate caramel pretzel witches fingers from Christys Gourmet Gifts in Burlington, On. So perfect for the Halloween party!

Belgian chocolate caramel pretzel witches fingers from Christys Gourmet Gifts in Burlington, On. So perfect for the Halloween party!

Everybody needs a (chocolate) friendly ghost in their life for #Halloween! 🧡👻 Have you checked out our spooktacular selection yet? There's still time! These cute ghost packs are buy three get one free!

Everybody needs a (chocolate) friendly ghost in their life for 🧡👻 Have you checked out our spooktacular selection yet? These cute ghost packs are buy three get one free!

Camper Halloween at Bronte Creek Provincial Park  October 16-18 and 23-25 get into the spirit of Halloween (and not in a scary Blair Witch sort of way). This family friendly event lets registered campers decorate their sites for a chance to win prizes then dress up in your best costume and trick or treat around the campground.  For some spirited fun, join in the spooky guided evening hike were you will learn more about bats, owls and coyotes.  Make your campsite reservations now.

Burlington Halloween events are plentiful - from great family friendly events to trick or treating opportunities, you are sure find something fun to do.

We hope you have a great Halloween and if you're in the neighbourhood stop by and say hi (we will have candy soon!) We are always here to help, for more information on what to see and do in Burlington give us a call at 877.499.9989, visit our website or connect with us on twitter or facebook.

Burlington Halloween events are plentiful - from great family friendly events to trick or treating opportunities, you are sure find something fun to do.

Halloween Event at Burlington Mall  On October 31 make plans to visit Burlington Mall for their annual Halloween event. Children and their parents are invited to visit the free face painting and photo stations (my kids loved these!) Be sure to bring your camera to capture the moments. Also, enjoy free candy for the kids while supplies last.

Burlington Halloween events are plentiful - from great family friendly events to trick or treating opportunities, you are sure find something fun to do.

Treats in Our Streets in Downtown Burlington -Get an early start on your trick or treating with this family oriented event in the downtown core on October 31.  Dress up the kids (and join in with a costume of your own) and pick up your “treat bag” and map at Civic Square or Emma’s Back Porch then head out for some daytime trick or treating.  Make sure to leave time for the other activities that include face painting, a bouncy castle and more.

Burlington Halloween events are plentiful - from great family friendly events to trick or treating opportunities, you are sure find something fun to do.

Trick or Treat with Mapleview Centre  Little ghouls and goblins will have a great time at Mapleview Centre on October 28 as they present their annual trick or treat event.   Dress up in costume and trick or treat around the mall (6-7pm only).  Be sure to visit play-doh play centre and also leave time to make a flipbook either before or after trick or treating.  From October 26 – 28, check out “The Incredible World of Bugs”, a spectacular exhibit of hundreds of insects

Burlington Halloween events are plentiful - from great family friendly events to trick or treating opportunities, you are sure find something fun to do.

Spooktacular Halloween at Mountsberg Conservation Area  Get ready for two weekends of fun as Mountsberg magically transforms their Play Barn into a spooky haunted barn for this family fun event! October 24-25 and October 31–November explore the barn, carve a pumpkin to take home plus many more activities. Be sure to and stay for the Owls and Vultures in the Raptor Shows at 12pm and 2pm.   Show up in costume and get a free hot drink (adults too!).

Burlington Halloween events are plentiful - from great family friendly events to trick or treating opportunities, you are sure find something fun to do.

Great Pumpkin Trail at the Royal Botanical Gardens - October 22 & 23 head to the Great Pumpkin Trail at the RBG for a night of family fun. I would recommend bringing a small flashlight as the trail (even with lit pumpkins) is quite dark in some spots.  Afterward there were plenty of themed activities and entertainment to keep the kids entertained until it was time to head home.  This event does require pre-registrationt.

Burlington Halloween events are plentiful - from great family friendly events to trick or treating opportunities, you are sure find something fun to do.

Halloween Spooktacular at the Streetcar Museum  October 17 & 24, head north to the Streetcar Museum for this all ages Halloween event.  Visitors can walk through the haunted car barn and travel in the old, creaky streetcars along the mainline. Costumes are encouraged but not required (we know you want to wear one!).  Enjoy some hot apple cider & scary snacks before heading home.

Burlington Halloween events are plentiful - from great family friendly events to trick or treating opportunities, you are sure find something fun to do.

Burlington Ghost Walks  I may love Halloween but I’m also a gigantic chicken when it comes to all things truly spooky.  For those that love a good haunting, be sure to sign up for one of the many ghost walks happening throughout the month of October.  All walks start/meet outside of Emma’s Back Porch where you will spend an entertaining couple of hours visiting numerous locations amoungst the spirits.  Be sure to reserve your spot in advance via their website.

Burlington Halloween events are plentiful - from great family friendly events to trick or treating opportunities, you are sure find something fun to do.

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