With Halloween fast approaching, people everywhere are getting ready to don their Halloween costume for this year and join the infamous ritual of collecting candy. Halloween is a day celebrated in cities all over the world and Sudbury is no exception. Here are some of the Halloween festivities to look forward to in Sudbury!
This Halloween spectacle gives visitors the opportunity to see intricately hand-carved, artificial pumpkins. This experience offers 30 to 45 minutes’ worth of visual displays for visitors to see. The images depicted on the pumpkins include faces, flames, animals and much more. This year’s depictions highlight the indigenous culture as well as Canadian history.
The Pumpkinferno is open to children and adults from 7 pm to 11 pm, every weekend from October 6 to 29.
Tunnel of Terror
The Tunnel of Terror is open, at Dynamic Earth, to all those brave enough to enter. Have you heard the saying, there’s safety in numbers? Don’t traverse this scary tunnel without the companionship of your friends! After all, it becomes more challenging to the morbid creatures prepared to scare you through this tunnel’s foggy surroundings.
The Tunnel of Terror is a 20-minute experience, recommended for ages 12 and up and runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night in October.
University of Sudbury Haunted House
What Halloween celebration would be complete without a haunted house? Held at the University of Sudbury, Sudbury’s haunted house is organized in partnership with Collège Boréal. The tickets for this activity are $5 a person and all ages are welcome.
The University of Sudbury Haunted House will run from October 28 to 29th 1 pm to 3 pm and October 31st 11 am to 1 pm.
At Sudbury Quality Inn we are proud to be part of such a vibrant community and look forward to providing you with excellent accommodations so you can focus on enjoying all of Sudbury!