Enjoying Toronto’s Spooky Side at Halloween and All Year Long
The site will help you find out where you can dine in a haunted house, or where you can buy an ethically-sourced human skull. You’ll learn about the memento mori roomette, or where to take the kids for a “Myths, Monsters, and Magic” treasure hunt. You can access maps detailing where horror movies were filmed in Toronto, or learn about the scariest escape rooms. Everyone knows about the world-renown Toronto International Film Festival, but not necessarily about the four horror film festivals held throughout the year.
The website is a helpful resource for anyone interested in guided ghost walks and places to visit with haunted reputations, like the old Don Jail. But I’ve also designed a free, downloadable map and self-guided tour of thirteen haunted locations in the city centre—for folks who don’t like group tours.
I assembled all of this information so locals as well as visitors can enjoy the city’s spooky side not only around Halloween but all year long. So whether you’re looking for the best haunted attractions or in the mood for Harry Potter-esque cocktails, it’s all here. You can find Horror Toronto at shatterpointhorror.com/horror-toronto-one-stop-source/.