10 issues to do in Edmonton this week (October 24

And just like that, it’s the last full week of October! With spooky season almost behind us, be sure to get out there and check out all the Halloween events as they wind down. Get spooked this week, and don’t forget to pick up your Halloween costumes! Here are the best things to do in Edmonton this week.


According to organizers, this is “one of the grandest of all operas and a must see for opera lovers and newcomers alike. As timeless as ever, Tosca portrays a world where lovers and artists face tyranny and evil, with some of the most famous music ever composed.”

When: October 25th and 28th
Where: 11455 87 Avenue NW
Cost: $34+


We are full on Halloween mode this week, which means you can check out this spooky and historical Trolley ride over the Historic and Haunted High Level Bridge and throughout Old Strathcona as the sun sets over Deadmonton. Hear the horrible history of the area and some of Old Strathcona’s and Edmonton’s most spooky and gruesome ghost stories.

When: October 24th until the 31st, 2022
Where: 8408 Gateway Blvd NW
Cost: $43.45


Last call for Pumpkins After Dark! This place will set you in the mood for Halloween! It’s a place that is all about this time of year, where you can enjoy thousands of hand-carved pumpkins in a beautiful setting.

When: On now until October 31st
Where: Borden Park
Cost: $21.95+ for GA


Get spooked this week! Escape a menacing jokester whose grand gesture is murder. Visit a farm where a sinister deal harvests gruesome consequences. Or dare to discover what nightmares are made of when demons come knocking at three in the morning. Whatever your fright, DARK will leave you looking for the light switch!

When: On now until October 30th
Where: 7000 143 Street NW
Cost: $45 for GA


Creepy Hollow is one of the most unique, most underrated spots in the province. Unlike anything else you’ll see in Alberta, this haunted experience acts as a campsite, haunted house hybrid with creepy touches throughout the entire park. Explore spooky houses, participate in movie nights and play games with other guests during your stay! It’s essentially a Halloween-themed summer camp for adults.

When: Thursdays – Saturdays All October long
Where: 44046 AB-4, Warner, AB
Time: 6pm – 10pm
Cost: $15+


There’s nothing more terrifying than an at-home haunt! This month, check out Spruce Ridge Scare, a family-owned and built Haunted House located at #287 Spruce Ridge rd. in Spruce Grove! The family charges either $5 a person, or one non-perishable food donation per person (for the parkland food bank).

When: October 27th – 31st, 2022
Where: 287 Spruce Ridge Rd
Cost: $5 or a non-perishable food item

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Love true crime and real-life haunts? This month, the U Of A in Edmonton will be holding a series of tours showcasing the dark and sinister history of the city. Check out the link above for more information and enjoy!

When: Tours throughout October
Where: 10322 83rd Ave
Cost: $20+


Prepare yourself, Edmonton! The multi-award winning Rutherford Manor Haunt is back with even more “thrills, chills, guts and gore!” This season, join thousands in getting spooked silly and supporting the Food Bank and Second Chance Animal Rescue by donating at the door – but beware. This one is not for the faint of heart.

When: October 28th to 31st, 2022
Where: 1906 Robertson Crescent SW
Cost: By donation


Yes yes, another spooky event to wrap our season. The Haunted Pub Walking Tour in Old Strathcona will tell the tales of hauntings, ghosts, and mysteries, all while enjoying some spirits (food and drink) along the way.

When: Friday, October 28th, 2022
Where: 10322 83rd Ave
Cost: $38.15


More spooky season events for a good cause! Check out 85 spooky vendors, local brewers & food trucks at the Halloween Night Market. There will be face painting, live music & a costume contest.

When: Friday, October 28th, 2022
Where:11410 Kingsway NW
Cost: By donation to the Edmonton Food Bank

Have a great week, Edmonton!

Curiocity Staff

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