Summer is over but the fun never stops. October is filled with celebrations and festivities from haunted houses, pumpkin patches, museum exhibits and outdoor excursions. Below, we listed some events you can go to this October.

Pumpkin Patches and Horror Houses: Things To Do This October 

Cooper’s Farm Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch

Cooper’s farm is a family-owned farm that hosts a 10-acre corn maze and a pumpkin patch. You can visit the maze during the day on the weekends or try the Friday “no lights” night maze that starts at 6:30 pm. Each admission to the maze also allows the guests to pick a pumpkin from their pumpkin patch! Find out more about the maze and the family’s amazing farm on their website.

Casa Loma Legends of Horror 

October 1st – October 31st 

The Casa Loma grounds are transformed yet again this year with an immersive horror experience. Guests can roam the 2km trail around the castle grounds for an hour. Walk at your own pace and at your own risk. Legends of Horror is open daily from 5 pm till late and you can grab your tickets at Ticketweb. Visit their website for more info. 

Pumpkin Patches and Horror Houses: Things To Do This October 

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Oktoberfest at Fall n’ Leaves Pop-up

October 22nd – October 24th

Fall n’ Leaves is an outdoor food and wine bar located in the southwest corner of Bathurst and Richmond. It is a socially distanced food and wine bar pop-up that looks like a pumpkin patch in the middle of the city. The bar hosts different kinds of events this coming October 22nd will be Oktoberfest. The event will run on the whole weekend and tickets are sold by tables to practice physical distancing. 

If beer festivals are not your thing, Fall n’ Leaves are also hosting a Halloween drag show on October 30th and 31st. Learn more about Fall n’ Leaves on their website. 

Art Gallery of Ontario Exhibitions 

Museums are finally open to the public! Grab a friend or two and spend a day admiring the famous works of Andy Warhol, Picasso, and many more. You can catch the Andy Warhol exhibition until the 24th of October or indulge in Picasso’s earlier work known as the Blue Period starting on October 6th. 

Drive-In Theatres

If you are still feeling wary of going to the movies, why not go to drive-in theatres instead? The Ontario Place drive-in is open to the public. Starting from October 26th to 31st, the theatre will be showing the movies Goosebumps and Scream. If you don’t mind driving a little farther, Premier Theatres in Oakville offers a wider selection of movies. 

Published by HOLR Magazine