Halloween in Montreal was always extravagant and sadly, this year the holiday will look a little different. Although it makes us all sad to think about, there are still safe and COVID-friendly things to do in Montreal if you are dying to celebrate the spooky holiday.
From walking around haunted locations in our city to getting a free pumpkin, there are tons of cool and fun things you can do over the weekend.
Beware that some of these events are likely to sell out!
Check Out Illumi's Halloween Village
Price: $29.50 for the driver; passenger prices vary by age and toddlers get in for free
When: October 9 - November 1
Address: 2805, boulevard du Souvenir, Laval
Why You Need To Go: To be put in a trance and see some stunning lights.
Watch Halloween Movies At The Drive-In
Price: $40 per vehicle, $55 for preferred parking
When: October 30 and 31, 2020
Address: 8315 Chemin Royden
Why You Need To Go: To enjoy a COVID-friendly and festive activity.
Take A Virtual Cooking Class
When: Saturday, October 31, 2020
Why You Need To Go: Pizza is always a good idea, and it is even better when you can learn how to make it on your own!
Walk Through the Mount Royal Cemetary
Address: 1297 Foret, Outremont, QC
Why You Need To Go: To go on a spooky walk in a beautiful and creepy location.
Get A Free Plant Or Pumpkin With The Purchase Of A Latte
When: Friday, October 30 to Sunday, November 1 (while supplies last)
Address: Le Club Espresso Bar, 3801 rue Saint-Denis
Why You Need To Go: Because Halloween is not all about scary things, it is also about pumpkins!
Walk By Some Of Montreal's Haunted Spots
Why You Need To Go: To go on a haunted walk in Montreal, because believe it or not, a lot of spots are said to be haunted.
Give Out Candy
When: October 31, 2020
Why You Need To Go: Let's be real, nothing is more adorable than giving out candy to kids on Halloween night! Just make sure to follow all the rules!
Go To A Halloween-Themed Plant Pop-Up Sale
When: Friday, October 30 to Sunday, November 1
Address: 1800 avenue McGill College
Why You Need To Go: You can always use a little bit of green in your home. Plus, you could get a FREE plant if you show up in a costume on Halloween.