Activities for October 29th to 31st


***Please be advised: We work hard to collect all the information listed. You should always call ahead to make sure the times and locations are correct before attending any event. Times and locations can change once we have published our list***


Friday , October 29


Visit the Zoo Ecomuseum (Ste Anne de Bellevue)

Did you know we have a beautiful zoo right in our own backyard?
Numerous animals living in their own habitat. A definete Must see.
Tickets Must be purchased in advance. Support our local zoo.

Where: 21125 Chemin Ste. Marie, Ste Anne de Bellevue

Time: 9am to 5pm

Cost: Various prices- please refer to the website

Ages: All ages

Additional Info:
https://zooecomuseum.ca/en/visitor-information/


Arbraska (Rigaud)

At the heart of Mont Rigaud, this park features natural beauty, thrills and loads of excitement. Climb into your harness and come live an unbelievable treetop experience, release your inner Tarzan on the mega zip lines, free your imagination in the Arbre-en-Ciel Village and rest up in our Artemania trail network. You’ll surpass your every expectation, and emerge a proud warrior after doing it all!

8 years old minimum

**cancellation or reschedualing in case of freezing rain or extreme weather**

All the equipment you need to participate in the activity is provided.

Where: 85 chemin Bourget, Rigaud, Québec

Time: 9am- varied time slots and packages available

Ages: 8 and up

Cost: Different options available- see their website

Additional Info: Accueil – Arbraska


Musee Pour Enfants (Laval)

Take a tour of all the amazing jobs in our world. Your child is able to try out each one. Jobs range from Firetruck, grocery stores, garage, Doctors and so much more. A place of discovery and amusement for the whole family.

No reservation required.

Where: 3805 Boulevard Cure Labelle, Laval

Time: 9am to 6pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: $25 per child, $10 per adult, babies less than 17mths with paying adult free.

Additional Info: https://www.museepourenfants.com/


Omega Park (Montebello)

mega Park and its animals welcome you with open arms to show you the wildlife of Quebec, all at only a short drive from Montreal! Are you planning a day out at Omega Park as a family, group or couple? Below you willl find the details of our prices and opening hours depending on the season.
*** LIMITED SPACES MUST PURCHASE ONLINE***

Where: 399 Route 323 Nord, Montebello

Time: 9:30am to 5pm

Cost: Adults 16+ $30.44 each,
6 to 15 yrs- $21.74, 2 to 5yrs old- $12.18

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: www.parcomega.ca


Railway Ghosts, some Halloween fun( Saint Constant)

Like every year, before Halloween, ghosts, skeletons, bats and spiders have taken over Exporail, the Canadian Railway Museum. They are even lurking in some of the vehicles. Beware! You never know who might sneak up on you in the Grand Gallery or what you might see floating through some of the train cars… Visitors will be greeted in a haunted train station atmosphere.

** MUST purchase your tickets in advance.

Where: 110, Saint-Pierre Street, Saint-Constant

Time: 10am to 5pm

Cost:  Adults $21.20, students (13-17) $12.75, children (3-12) $10.60

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.exporail.org/en/plan-your-visit/visit/


Park Safari (Hemmingford)

Please note! As of September 1, all visitors aged 13 and over will need to present their vaccination passport* and ID to enter Parc Safari.

Animal areas are all open. Last visit entry is at 3pm.

Where: 242 Rang Roxham
Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Qc
J0J 1V0

Time: 10am to 4:30pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: Various packages available, refer to their site.

Additional Info: https://parcsafari.com/


Atrium 1000 (Montreal)

This unique indoor skating rink invites you to lace up your skates and glide to the lively beat of music year-round. With the sun rays shining through the immense glass dome above, the Atrium Le 1000 stands out; it is located on the main floor of Montreal’s and the province of Quebec’s tallest building!

** Please note that places are limited and must be booked at least one day before your visit by calling 514 395-0555 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.**

Where: Atrium 1000, 1000 rue de la Gauchetiere, Montreal

Time: 11am to 5pm

Cost: $5.00 per person. Skate rentals are available as well at a cost

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: Schedule and Rates | Atrium Le 1000


La Grande Roue de Montreal (Montreal)

Enjoy a panorama view of Montreal 60 meters high. All covid protocol is put into place and each pod is cleaned after each group. Book your tickets in advance.

Where: Old Port of Montreal, Bonsecours Basin

Time: 11am to 7pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: The cost varies depending on your choice of package. Check the website

Additional Info: https://www.lagranderouedemontreal.com/


Scary Dahlia (Dorval)

Haunted yard for trick or treaters in Dorval, Quebec. It is free to check out our haunted yard however we appreciate any donations to the Fondation CHU Ste Justine. Come see us on Halloween night for a treat and a thrill! 

** Weather permitting**

Where: 231 Avenue Dahlia, Dorval

Time: 6pm to 9pm

Cost: Free- donations accepted for the Fondation CHU Ste. Justine

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.facebook.com/scarydahlia


Illumi (Laval)

Until end of November, throughout the New Dazzling World of Lights, visitors will be able to enjoy special Fall and Halloween touches. Kids and gown up alike will meet up with monsters, ghosts, witches, and thousands of pumpkins.

You can walk through the display or by car

Where: Illumi Cavalia 2805 du Souvenir Blvd., Laval, H7V 0A3

Time: 6:30pm (various time Slots)

Ages: All ages

Cost: Tickets starting at $15.75. You can choose between walking or by car. MUST PURCHASE ONLINE

Additional Info: https://illumi.com/horaires-et-tarifs/


Gardens of Light (Montreal)

Universal beacon that has guided human beings since the dawn of time, the Moon is the light that ushers you while you discover the Gardens of Light.

Begin your visit guided by the wolves’ howling and the moonlight. Let yourself be drawn to the poetry of the Japanese Garden, which transforms into a vast canvas on which autumn falls. You’ll then be greeted by the magic of the First Nations Garden on an immersive and poetic journey to the heart of the seasons of life, together with the spirits of the river, fire, forest and wind. Finally, like a last pirouette, the Chinese Garden lights up : its hundreds of lanterns whisper the legend of Pangu, the giant who created the world. These new immersive and sensory experiences combine art, science, technology and emotion.

Where: Botanical Gardens, 4101 Sherbrooke est

Time: 7pm to 10pm

Cost: Adults $16.50, seniors $15.50, students $12.75, ages 5-17 $8.25, families $46.75 (prices for Quebec residents)

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: Gardens of Light (espacepourlavie.ca)



Saturday , October 30


Pumpkin Picking at Quinn Farm

We are currently picking: Pumpkins and Squash and will have apple picking until approximately Sunday October 10th. We are picking spartan, McIntosh, Empire and Cortland apples.
Due to the large number of visitors we have already had this year, apples are in limited supply. We are therefore only selling small bags for u-pick to ensure everyone has a chance to pick.

Where: Quinn Farm, 2495 Boul Perrot
Notre-Dame-de-l’Ile-Perrot, QC J7V 8P4

Time: 8:30am

Ages: All ages

Cost: Admission for everyone 2 years and over: Weekends $10   /  Monday to Friday $8

Additional Info: Must book online: https://www.quinnfarm.qc.ca/


Trick or Treating at Quinn Farm (Ile Perrot)

Halloween Trick or Treating is back again this year due to popular demand and will be available two days on October 30 & 31.

We will be offering a safe alternative for Trick or Treating at Quinn Farm this Halloween. Bring your kids Trick or Treating at the farm during the day on October 30th or 31st. Each participating child will receive approximately 20 pieces of candy and a small pumpkin. Looking forward to seeing all your costumes!

** MUST RESERVE ONLINE BEFORE GOING

Where: Quinn Farm, 2495 Boul Perrot, Ile Perrot

Time: 8:30am (various time slots)

Cost: $10 admission (everyone 2 years and over, including adults)
           and $6 for each child trick or treating 

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.quinnfarm.qc.ca/trickortreat.html


Marche Ste. Anne (Ste. Anne de Bellevue)

Local outdoor market , featuring local farmers and vendors.

At the Marché Ste-Anne, we care about the health and well being of our customers, vendors, and staff.  We kindly ask you the following:

  • Sanitizing hands is MANDATORY
  • NO FOOD consumption
  • Wearing a mask is MANDATORY.

Head over to their website to see what vendor will be present on which weekend. It’s a must visit.

Where: Rue Lalonde, Down by the water, Ste. Anne de bellevue

Time: 9am to 2pm

Cost: Free entrance

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: http://www.marchesainteanne.com


Halloween at the Zoo (Ste Anne de Bellevue)

Halloween at the zoo is guaranteed fun for the whole family! Some fun themed decorations have been installed on the site, allowing you to take souvenir photos in the company of your family or friends!

🎃Special presentationsFour times a day, attend special presentations on the myths and legends surrounding Québec’s wildlife. The presentations take place on the outdoor terrace at 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.

🦝 The animals’ Halloween harvestThroughout the day, the zoo animals will receive Halloween enrichments. These presentations are not at a fixed time, so you may have the chance to see an animal receive a yummy surprise!

👻 Come in your best costume!All disguised visitors will automatically receive a contest entry to win an annual zoo membership for 4 people (2 adults and 2 children)!

Candies will also be given to children at the end of the visit! Reservations in advance are mandatory. 

Where: 21125 Chemin Ste. Marie, Ste Anne de Bellevue

Time: 9am to 5pm

Cost: Various prices- please refer to the website

Ages: All ages

Additional Info:
https://www.facebook.com/events/978433416037159?


Arbraska (Rigaud)

At the heart of Mont Rigaud, this park features natural beauty, thrills and loads of excitement. Climb into your harness and come live an unbelievable treetop experience, release your inner Tarzan on the mega zip lines, free your imagination in the Arbre-en-Ciel Village and rest up in our Artemania trail network. You’ll surpass your every expectation, and emerge a proud warrior after doing it all!

8 years old minimum

**cancellation or reschedualing in case of freezing rain or extreme weather**

All the equipment you need to participate in the activity is provided.

Where: 85 chemin Bourget, Rigaud, Québec

Time: 9am- varied time slots and packages available

Ages: 8 and up

Cost: Different options available- see their website

Additional Info: Accueil – Arbraska


Musee Pour Enfants (Laval)

Take a tour of all the amazing jobs in our world. Your child is able to try out each one. Jobs range from Firetruck, grocery stores, garage, Doctors and so much more. A place of discovery and amusement for the whole family.

No reservation required.

Where: 3805 Boulevard Cure Labelle, Laval

Time: 9am to 6pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: $25 per child, $10 per adult, babies less than 17mths with paying adult free.

Additional Info: https://www.museepourenfants.com/


Atrium 1000 (Montreal)

This unique indoor skating rink invites you to lace up your skates and glide to the lively beat of music year-round. With the sun rays shining through the immense glass dome above, the Atrium Le 1000 stands out; it is located on the main floor of Montreal’s and the province of Quebec’s tallest building!

** Please note that places are limited and must be booked at least one day before your visit by calling 514 395-0555 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.**

Where: Atrium 1000, 1000 rue de la Gauchetiere, Montreal

Time: 9am to 10:30pm

Cost: $5.00 per person. Skate rentals are available as well at a cost

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: Schedule and Rates | Atrium Le 1000


Omega Park (Montebello)

mega Park and its animals welcome you with open arms to show you the wildlife of Quebec, all at only a short drive from Montreal! Are you planning a day out at Omega Park as a family, group or couple? Below you willl find the details of our prices and opening hours depending on the season.
*** LIMITED SPACES MUST PURCHASE ONLINE***

Where: 399 Route 323 Nord, Montebello

Time: 9:30am to 5pm

Cost: Adults 16+ $30.44 each,
6 to 15 yrs- $21.74, 2 to 5yrs old- $12.18

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: www.parcomega.ca


Halloween Party by Youth Stars (DDO)

Spider Candy Jello

Pumpkin Carving and painting

Witches Cauldron

Halloween Slime

Mask Making and More! Must register.

Where: Youth Stars Center located at: 57 Westpark Blvd, DDO 

Time: 9:30am to 5:30pm

Cost: PRICING
3 Hours (9:30 AM – 12:30 PM) = $25
3 Hours (12:00 PM – 3:00 PM) = $25
3 Hours (2:30 PM – 5:30 PM) = $25
8 Hours (9:30 AM – 5:30 PM) = $40

Ages: 5 to 12yrs old

Additional Info: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FTSGXKC


Trick or Treating In Valois Village (Pointe Claire)

The many merchants will be giving out treats to the kids on Saturday Oct. 30th.

Come celebrate Halloween this Saturday in Valois Village…Avec/with:

Centre communautaire Ouest de l’île
@emmas.pizzeria
@proxim_valois
@pointeclairetrophy
@retrofitvalois
@mise_en_forme_valois_fitness Marché Valois Market
@wiaih
@cafe.le.den
@urbanlegendsboxing
@lightadreamboutique
@dentaireturner
@cremerievalois
@cookiephoto
@shelley_esthetics
@cremefraichecupcakes
@studio.foliage
@yazoopetsupplies
@salonmtoi
@gilbert.daughter

Where: Valois Village, 123 donegani, Pointe Claire

Time: 10am

Cost: free

Ages: All ages

Additional Info : https://www.facebook.com/quartiervaloisvillage


Granby Zoo (Granby)

Autumn at the zoo.

At the Zoo de Granby, there’s no lack of activities: zookeeper presentations, enrichment programs for animals, presentations by our biologists, night visits to the Zoo, fundraising activities for the foundation… there’s something for everyone. Water park and Amusement park closed.

As of September 1, 2021, a vaccination passport (QR code) along with an ID will be mandatory for those 13 years and older.

Where: Granby zoo, 525, rue St-Hubert
Granby, (Québec)

Time: 10am to 5pm

Cost: Various packages available at different prices. Refer to the website.

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://zoodegranby.com/


Railway Ghosts, some Halloween fun( Saint Constant)

Like every year, before Halloween, ghosts, skeletons, bats and spiders have taken over Exporail, the Canadian Railway Museum. They are even lurking in some of the vehicles. Beware! You never know who might sneak up on you in the Grand Gallery or what you might see floating through some of the train cars… Visitors will be greeted in a haunted train station atmosphere.

** MUST purchase your tickets in advance.

Where: 110, Saint-Pierre Street, Saint-Constant

Time: 10am to 5pm

Cost:  Adults $21.20, students (13-17) $12.75, children (3-12) $10.60

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.exporail.org/en/plan-your-visit/visit/


Park Safari (Hemmingford)

Please note! As of September 1, all visitors aged 13 and over will need to present their vaccination passport* and ID to enter Parc Safari.

Animal areas are all open. Last visit entry is at 3pm.

Where: 242 Rang Roxham
Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Qc
J0J 1V0

Time: 10am to 4:30pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: Various packages available, refer to their site.

Additional Info: https://parcsafari.com/


La Grande Roue de Montreal

Enjoy a panorama view of Montreal 60 meters high. All covid protocol is put into place and each pod is cleaned after each group. Book your tickets in advance.

Where: Old Port of Montreal, Bonsecours Basin

Time: 11am to 7pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: The cost varies depending on your choice of package. Check the website

Additional Info: https://www.lagranderouedemontreal.com/


SOS Labrynthe (Montreal)

The Old Port of Montreal’s Hangar 16 is over 105 years old! SOS Labyrinthe celebrates this historical icon throughout its theming.

According to our legend… In 1942, two young apprentices named Stevie and Mayday start working as longshoremen at Hangar 16. They spend their lives moving and storing tons of cargo and merchandise.

As years go by, the Hangar 16 longshoremen witness many historic events about Montreal and the St. Lawrence River… And they collect many objects related to these historic moments, objects they lovingly call the treasures of the longshoremen.

When Hangar 16 closes down in the 1970s, Stevie and Mayday become its day-and-night watchmen and permanent occupants… And with the passage of time, they are completely forgotten! But they have not forgotten their treasures of the longshoremen, and they want you to know about them and their stories.

Now over 90 years old, our two mischievous companions have transformed Hangar 16 into a gigantic maze very hard to navigate, full of challenges and dead-ends.  

And each summer, they select 4 objects from the treasures of the Longshoremen and challenge you to find them!

Where: Hangar 16, Old Port of Montreal, Clock Tower Pier

Time: 11am to 6pm

Cost: Costs vary depending on age. Visit the site for more info

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://soslabyrinthe.com/


MTL ZipLine (Old Port, Montreal)

Come and try the first urban zipline circuit in CanadaMontreal Zipline offers you a thrilling experience while discovering Montreal from a bird’s eye view. Transform yourself into a superhero flying over the city. The zip-line course flies over the famous Bonsecours island in Montreal’s Old Port, which is one of the city’s most popular tourist areas.

Where: Hangar 16, 363 Rue de la Commune E, Montréal, QC

Time: 12pm to 6pm

Cost: Adults 13 and up- $19.99 and Kids 12 and under $16.99

Ages: No age limit but must weigh between 50 and 250lbs

Additional Info: Zipline experience in Montreal – MTL Zipline


Scary Dahlia

Haunted yard for trick or treaters in Dorval, Quebec. It is free to check out our haunted yard however we appreciate any donations to the Fondation CHU Ste Justine. Come see us on Halloween night for a treat and a thrill! 

** Weather permitting

Where: 231 Avenue Dahlia, Dorval

Time: 6pm to 9pm

Cost: Free- donations accepted for the Fondation CHU Ste. Justine

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.facebook.com/scarydahlia


Gardens of Light (Montreal)

Universal beacon that has guided human beings since the dawn of time, the Moon is the light that ushers you while you discover the Gardens of Light.

Begin your visit guided by the wolves’ howling and the moonlight. Let yourself be drawn to the poetry of the Japanese Garden, which transforms into a vast canvas on which autumn falls. You’ll then be greeted by the magic of the First Nations Garden on an immersive and poetic journey to the heart of the seasons of life, together with the spirits of the river, fire, forest and wind. Finally, like a last pirouette, the Chinese Garden lights up : its hundreds of lanterns whisper the legend of Pangu, the giant who created the world. These new immersive and sensory experiences combine art, science, technology and emotion.

Where: Botanical Gardens, 4101 Sherbrooke est

Time: 7pm to 10pm

Cost: Adults $16.50, seniors $15.50, students $12.75, ages 5-17 $8.25, families $46.75 (prices for Quebec residents)

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: Gardens of Light (espacepourlavie.ca)


Illumi (Laval)

Until end of November, throughout the New Dazzling World of Lights, visitors will be able to enjoy special Fall and Halloween touches. Kids and gown up alike will meet up with monsters, ghosts, witches, and thousands of pumpkins.

You can walk through the display or by car

Where: Illumi Cavalia 2805 du Souvenir Blvd., Laval, H7V 0A3

Time: 6:30pm (various time Slots)

Ages: All ages

Cost: Tickets starting at $15.75. You can choose between walking or by car. MUST PURCHASE ONLINE

Additional Info: https://illumi.com/horaires-et-tarifs/



Sunday , October 31


Pumpkin Picking at Quinn Farm

We are currently picking: Pumpkins and Squash and will have apple picking until approximately Sunday October 10th. We are picking spartan, McIntosh, Empire and Cortland apples.
Due to the large number of visitors we have already had this year, apples are in limited supply. We are therefore only selling small bags for u-pick to ensure everyone has a chance to pick.

Where: Quinn Farm, 2495 Boul Perrot
Notre-Dame-de-l’Ile-Perrot, QC J7V 8P4

Time: 8:30am

Ages: All ages

Cost: Admission for everyone 2 years and over: Weekends $10   /  Monday to Friday $8

Additional Info: Must book online: https://www.quinnfarm.qc.ca/


Trick or Treating at Quinn Farm (Ile Perrot)

Halloween Trick or Treating is back again this year due to popular demand and will be available two days on October 30 & 31.

We will be offering a safe alternative for Trick or Treating at Quinn Farm this Halloween. Bring your kids Trick or Treating at the farm during the day on October 30th or 31st. Each participating child will receive approximately 20 pieces of candy and a small pumpkin. Looking forward to seeing all your costumes!

** MUST RESERVE ONLINE BEFORE GOING

Where: Quinn Farm, 2495 Boul Perrot, Ile Perrot

Time: 8:30am (various time slots)

Cost: $10 admission (everyone 2 years and over, including adults)
           and $6 for each child trick or treating 

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.quinnfarm.qc.ca/trickortreat.html


Halloween at the Zoo (Ste Anne de Bellevue)

Halloween at the zoo is guaranteed fun for the whole family! Some fun themed decorations have been installed on the site, allowing you to take souvenir photos in the company of your family or friends!

🎃Special presentationsFour times a day, attend special presentations on the myths and legends surrounding Québec’s wildlife. The presentations take place on the outdoor terrace at 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.

🦝 The animals’ Halloween harvestThroughout the day, the zoo animals will receive Halloween enrichments. These presentations are not at a fixed time, so you may have the chance to see an animal receive a yummy surprise!

👻 Come in your best costume!All disguised visitors will automatically receive a contest entry to win an annual zoo membership for 4 people (2 adults and 2 children)!

Candies will also be given to children at the end of the visit! Reservations in advance are mandatory. 

Where: 21125 Chemin Ste. Marie, Ste Anne de Bellevue

Time: 9am to 5pm

Cost: Various prices- please refer to the website

Ages: All ages

Additional Info:
https://www.facebook.com/events/978433416037159?



Arbraska (Rigaud)

At the heart of Mont Rigaud, this park features natural beauty, thrills and loads of excitement. Climb into your harness and come live an unbelievable treetop experience, release your inner Tarzan on the mega zip lines, free your imagination in the Arbre-en-Ciel Village and rest up in our Artemania trail network. You’ll surpass your every expectation, and emerge a proud warrior after doing it all!

8 years old minimum

**cancellation or reschedualing in case of freezing rain or extreme weather**

All the equipment you need to participate in the activity is provided.

Where: 85 chemin Bourget, Rigaud, Québec

Time: 9am- varied time slots and packages available

Ages: 8 and up

Cost: Different options available- see their website

Additional Info: Accueil – Arbraska


Atrium 1000 (Montreal)

This unique indoor skating rink invites you to lace up your skates and glide to the lively beat of music year-round. With the sun rays shining through the immense glass dome above, the Atrium Le 1000 stands out; it is located on the main floor of Montreal’s and the province of Quebec’s tallest building!

** Please note that places are limited and must be booked at least one day before your visit by calling 514 395-0555 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.**

Where: Atrium 1000, 1000 rue de la Gauchetiere, Montreal

Time: 9am to 10:30pm

Cost: $5.00 per person. Skate rentals are available as well at a cost

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: Schedule and Rates | Atrium Le 1000


Musee Pour Enfants (Laval)

Take a tour of all the amazing jobs in our world. Your child is able to try out each one. Jobs range from Firetruck, grocery stores, garage, Doctors and so much more. A place of discovery and amusement for the whole family.

No reservation required.

Where: 3805 Boulevard Cure Labelle, Laval

Time: 9am to 6pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: $25 per child, $10 per adult, babies less than 17mths with paying adult free.

Additional Info: https://www.museepourenfants.com/


Omega Park (Montebello)

Omega Park and its animals welcome you with open arms to show you the wildlife of Quebec, all at only a short drive from Montreal! Are you planning a day out at Omega Park as a family, group or couple? Below you willl find the details of our prices and opening hours depending on the season.
*** LIMITED SPACES MUST PURCHASE ONLINE***

Where: 399 Route 323 Nord, Montebello

Time: 9:30am to 5pm

Cost: Adults 16+ $30.44 each,
6 to 15 yrs- $21.74, 2 to 5yrs old- $12.18

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: www.parcomega.ca


Granby Zoo (Granby)

Autumn at the zoo.

At the Zoo de Granby, there’s no lack of activities: zookeeper presentations, enrichment programs for animals, presentations by our biologists, night visits to the Zoo, fundraising activities for the foundation… there’s something for everyone. Water park and Amusement park closed.

As of September 1, 2021, a vaccination passport (QR code) along with an ID will be mandatory for those 13 years and older.

Where: Granby zoo, 525, rue St-Hubert
Granby, (Québec)

Time: 10am to 5pm

Cost: Various packages available at different prices. Refer to the website.

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://zoodegranby.com/


Railway Ghosts, some Halloween fun( Saint Constant)

Like every year, before Halloween, ghosts, skeletons, bats and spiders have taken over Exporail, the Canadian Railway Museum. They are even lurking in some of the vehicles. Beware! You never know who might sneak up on you in the Grand Gallery or what you might see floating through some of the train cars… Visitors will be greeted in a haunted train station atmosphere.

** MUST purchase your tickets in advance.

Where: 110, Saint-Pierre Street, Saint-Constant

Time: 10am to 5pm

Cost:  Residents of Quebec have free access to Exporail on the first Sunday of each month with proof of residency for each adult.

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.exporail.org/en/plan-your-visit/visit/


Park Safari (Hemmingford)

Please note! As of September 1, all visitors aged 13 and over will need to present their vaccination passport* and ID to enter Parc Safari.

Animal areas are all open. Last visit entry is at 3pm.

Where: 242 Rang Roxham
Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Qc
J0J 1V0

Time: 10am to 4:30pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: Various packages available, refer to their site.

Additional Info: https://parcsafari.com/


La Grande Roue de Montreal

Enjoy a panorama view of Montreal 60 meters high. All covid protocol is put into place and each pod is cleaned after each group. Book your tickets in advance.

Where: Old Port of Montreal, Bonsecours Basin

Time: 11am to 7pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: The cost varies depending on your choice of package. Check the website

Additional Info: https://www.lagranderouedemontreal.com/


SOS Labrynthe (Montreal)

The Old Port of Montreal’s Hangar 16 is over 105 years old! SOS Labyrinthe celebrates this historical icon throughout its theming.

According to our legend… In 1942, two young apprentices named Stevie and Mayday start working as longshoremen at Hangar 16. They spend their lives moving and storing tons of cargo and merchandise.

As years go by, the Hangar 16 longshoremen witness many historic events about Montreal and the St. Lawrence River… And they collect many objects related to these historic moments, objects they lovingly call the treasures of the longshoremen.

When Hangar 16 closes down in the 1970s, Stevie and Mayday become its day-and-night watchmen and permanent occupants… And with the passage of time, they are completely forgotten! But they have not forgotten their treasures of the longshoremen, and they want you to know about them and their stories.

Now over 90 years old, our two mischievous companions have transformed Hangar 16 into a gigantic maze very hard to navigate, full of challenges and dead-ends.  

And each summer, they select 4 objects from the treasures of the Longshoremen and challenge you to find them!

Where: Hangar 16, Old Port of Montreal, Clock Tower Pier

Time: 11am to 6pm

Cost: Costs vary depending on age. Visit the site for more info

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://soslabyrinthe.com/


MTL ZipLine (Old Port, Montreal)

Come and try the first urban zipline circuit in CanadaMontreal Zipline offers you a thrilling experience while discovering Montreal from a bird’s eye view. Transform yourself into a superhero flying over the city. The zip-line course flies over the famous Bonsecours island in Montreal’s Old Port, which is one of the city’s most popular tourist areas.

Where: Hangar 16, 363 Rue de la Commune E, Montréal, QC

Time: 12pm to 6pm

Cost: Adults 13 and up- $19.99 and Kids 12 and under $16.99

Ages: No age limit but must weigh between 50 and 250lbs

Additional Info: Zipline experience in Montreal – MTL Zipline


Haunted House ( Pincourt)

Come visit the Museum of Fantasy!Time: 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Place: Omni-CentreProcedure: Visitors will have to queue outside. They’ll then be allowed inside in small groups.All persons aged 10 and over must wear a mask indoors.

Where: Omni Center, 375 Boul Cardinal Leger, Pincourt

Time: 5pm to 9pm

Cost: Free

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/214176914116060


Scary Dahlia (Dorval)

Haunted yard for trick or treaters in Dorval, Quebec. It is free to check out our haunted yard however we appreciate any donations to the Fondation CHU Ste Justine. Come see us on Halloween night for a treat and a thrill! 

Weather permitting

Where: 231 Avenue Dahlia, Dorval

Time: 6pm to 9pm

Cost: Free- donations accepted for the Fondation CHU Ste. Justine

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.facebook.com/scarydahlia


Illumi (Laval)

Until end of November, throughout the New Dazzling World of Lights, visitors will be able to enjoy special Fall and Halloween touches. Kids and gown up alike will meet up with monsters, ghosts, witches, and thousands of pumpkins.

You can walk through the display or by car

Where: Illumi Cavalia 2805 du Souvenir Blvd., Laval, H7V 0A3

Time: 6:30pm (various time Slots)

Ages: All ages

Cost: Tickets starting at $15.75. You can choose between walking or by car. MUST PURCHASE ONLINE

Additional Info: https://illumi.com/horaires-et-tarifs/


Gardens of Light (Montreal)

Universal beacon that has guided human beings since the dawn of time, the Moon is the light that ushers you while you discover the Gardens of Light.

Begin your visit guided by the wolves’ howling and the moonlight. Let yourself be drawn to the poetry of the Japanese Garden, which transforms into a vast canvas on which autumn falls. You’ll then be greeted by the magic of the First Nations Garden on an immersive and poetic journey to the heart of the seasons of life, together with the spirits of the river, fire, forest and wind. Finally, like a last pirouette, the Chinese Garden lights up : its hundreds of lanterns whisper the legend of Pangu, the giant who created the world. These new immersive and sensory experiences combine art, science, technology and emotion.

Where: Botanical Gardens, 4101 Sherbrooke est

Time: 7pm to 10pm

Cost: Adults $16.50, seniors $15.50, students $12.75, ages 5-17 $8.25, families $46.75 (prices for Quebec residents)

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: Gardens of Light (espacepourlavie.ca)