The kids are in luck! Weather forecasters are calling for a temperate Halloween, with temperatures slightly above seasonal at four to six-degrees Celsius. Unfortunately, there may be some drizzle come nightfall, so dress warmly wherever you bring the children to trick-or-treat.
If you’re looking for events to do with the family or friends, check out the following happenings in Sudbury this Halloween.
Marvel at this award-winning outdoor exhibit at Upper Canada Village, with more than five thousand hand-carved pumpkins and 18 sets of individual fibre pumpkins. The trail takes approximately half an hour to complete.
The Tunnel of Terror
Science North offers Canada’s only underground Halloween experience. Go seven storeys below ground level for an evening of frights and screams. This event is for children 12 and older.
The Terror Train
Until October 30th, visit the Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre for The Return of the Nightmare at the North Pole. The Terror Train 6077 takes you on a menacing journey filled with crazed Christmas characters who want to doom the holiday season.
Halloween Pub Crawl
Dress up and visit five of Sudbury’s best bar scenes on Halloween Night:
- Peddler’s Pub
- The Coulson Nightclub
- Zig’s Bar
- The Grand Theatre
Monster’s Ball 2
The Sudbury Burlesque presents Monster’s Ball 2 this weekend—a Halloween-themed show and afterparty. Come dressed in your spookiest, sexiest custom for a night of surprises, screams, good times and giveaways.