You Can Drive Through A Halloween Village Made Of 15-Million Lights At Illumi In Laval

The dazzling spooky season display opens October 9.
Associate Editor

It's spooky season! And while we're limited in how we can celebrate, there's a "red-zone safe" activity opening today that is nothing short of spectacular: the Halloween edition of Illumi's "dazzling world of lights" in Laval.

Due to COVID-19, the "magical nocturnal adventure" — which is basically a sprawling, glowing village made of lights with a Halloween touch — is only available for viewing by car.

But with 15-million festive LED bulbs to take in, this could be one of the coolest drive-through experiences available to Montrealers this month.

Check it out before November 1 when the exhibit changes themes and colours for the winter holiday season.

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There are 30,000 light structures to see out of your car window, including monsters, ghosts, witches — and thousands of pumpkins.

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The three-kilometre driving route has a few widened lanes so cars can slow down. 

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Passengers are able to take photos and record videos. 

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There's even a whole wild west scene which doesn't exactly scream Halloween — unless you watch West World... in which case it might be the scariest of them all.

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A limited number of entries are available per day, per time slot. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

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Illumi, Village of Lights – Halloween

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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, QC

Why You Need To Go: A dazzling display of lights and spooky season fun that's also safe — even in the red zone!

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