On Saturday, we headed out for brunch with our house guests and then made our way to Nathan Phillips Square to see the "undead army" which only ended up being two people when we were there. L.O.L. No, seriously... After the failed zombie walk, we headed to Steam Whistle Brewery. While we were patiently waiting for our tour time to roll around, we jumped on our first ride of the day: the $3.50 "live steam miniature railway" around Roundhouse Park. Worth every penny.
We then took a quick ferry ride to the Toronto Islands, and zoomed back to the apartment in time to play half a game before we headed off to Halloween Haunt, our main event of the day! Halloween Haunt is Canada's Wonderland's annual Halloween-themed event that runs every weekend in October and has been going on for over 10 years.
During our visit, we opted for the Fright Lane passes which allowed us to skip the regular lines for most of the haunted attractions. It wasn't cheap - we ended up paying ~$100 each in total - but it was absolutely worth it. Some of the line ups would have taken us hours to get through otherwise. Literally.
Because of our passes, we managed to visit 6/9 Haunted Mazes and 2/5 Sketelon Key Activities (special activities for Fright Lane pass holders), in addition to 3 other thrill rides. Pretty impressive for less than 4 hours at such a busy place, and it would have been absolutely impossible otherwise.
We had a fun, yet spooky, time at Halloween Haunt. Here are some more photos of our time at the park: