Things To Do

8 Things Montrealers Actually CAN Do On Halloween This Year

Spooky and COVID-friendly fun!

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!

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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

Price: $50

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.