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Haunted Houses in Windsor and around – Your guide to the ultimate Halloween experience!

Halloween 2015 Halloween Canada 2015 Haunted Houses Windsor

The Party Warehouse and the Halloween Headquarters brings to you the scariest and the meanest haunted houses in Windsor and surrounding areas – be afraid!

  1. Scarehouse Windsor
    Top of our list is the Windsor’s oldest haunted house. In the summer of 1976 The Philmont Theatre was filled with 324 people.  They were enjoying the latest summer blockbuster.  A fire started in the utility closet that was located near the only exit in the building.  All 324 poeple were burned alive.
    Now those souls wonder the rooms and halls of the burnt out building. 

    This year Scarehouse Windsor will have you wander the building and try not to be killed as you work through 3 floors of terror.
    Scarehouse Windsor
    Website:

    http://www.scarehousewindsor.com/

    Contact:

    576 Ouellette Avenue
    boo@scarehousewindsor.com
    (519) 981-3845
  2. Windsor Haunted House

    Family friendly, yet scary! Opens at 3:00 PM on Saturdays.
    The Windsor Haunted House features local scare talent, custom sets, costumes, lighting and spooky sounds to excite and frighten you this October in downtown Windsor. Watch out for the Zombies and Evil Clowns for there are many...and they are waiting for you!
    Website:
    http://windsorhauntedhouse.com/

    Contact:
    716 Pelissier Street - Windsor, Ontario
    Email: paulmomney@yahoo.com
    Phone: (519) 984-9400

  3. Thiessen Haunted Barn
    Rain or shine, this barn will haunt you! Ticket sales start at 6pm in the Kountry Kitchen and the Haunted Barn runs from dusk until 10pm every Friday and Saturday. Located at 400 Talbot Rd E, Leamington, ON N8H 3V6.
    P.S. For ages 12 and up (Parental discretion advised)
    Thiessen Haunted Barn
    Website:
    http://www.thiessenorchards.com/family-fun#barn

  4. The Tilbilly Haunted Barn
    Every Friday and Saturday, the entire month of October, at 17825 Tecumseh Road, Lakeshore, ON N0P 2L0, the barn opens at dusk till 11:00 PM. Watch out for their special The Devil’s Night on the 30th of this month!

    The Tilbilly Haunted Barn
    Weather spoiler alert:  Call 519-437-8701 before you visit

    Website:
    https://www.facebook.com/tilbilly.hauntedbarn

  5. Haunted Greenhouse & Horror Hedgemaze – 7 Nights of Scares
    Celebrating 19 Years of Haunted Halloween Activities at the Colasanti’s haunted greenhouse! Experience Colasanti’s at night with the scary walk through. Tickets Are Sold In Colasanti’s Restaurant Area from 4-9 PM.
    Haunted Greenhouse & Horror Hedgemaze

    Website:
    http://www.colasanti.com/event/2015-haunted-greenhouse-horror-hedgemaze/

    Contact:
    Road 3, Kingsville
    (519) 326-3287

  6. The Gesto Spookhouse - Halloween for a cause

    The Gesto Spookhouse is put on each year by a group of volunteers who build it, create the exhibits, and put on a scary performance. Each year approximately 75-100 volunteers start donating their time in September to put the Spookhouse together for everyone to enjoy.

    The show runs the weekend before Halloween from 7-11 PM. Entry fee – 2 canned goods! All proceeds go to charity.
    The Gesto Spookhouse

    Website:
    http://www.gestospookhouse.org/

    Contact:
    2594 County Rd 12, Essex, ON N8M 2X6
    (226) 757-1227

  7. Fort Malden - Haunted Fort Tour

    Haunted fort tours for those who enjoy the dark scary tales of Victorian times!

    Contact:
    (519) 736-5416
    Haunted Fort Tours - Fort Malden

  8. Reaper's Gate Haunted Backyard

    In 2011, two families joined together to bring forth the ultimate Halloween backyard haunted maze. Over 20 rooms of creepy, scary static and animated props through-out, decorations, live actors and strobe lights, Reaper’s gate collects non-perishable food and monetary donations for their local mission.

    Contact:
    www.facebook.com/reapersgate2011/

    Reaper's Gate Reaper's Gate
  9. Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village – Murder Mystery

    There’s been a murder in the town of Arnersville and The Canadian Transportation Museum and Heritage Village has been asked to help solve the mystery. Come on out and grab your magnifying glass as you help the CTMHV in their search for the culprit. Walk through the town of Arnersville with friends and family and visit the enthusiastic and not-so-nice townsfolk; in an attempt try to piece the puzzle together. If you guess right you will have a chance to win a fabulous reward!

    Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village – Murder Mystery

    Contact:
    6155 Arner Townline Kingsville, ON
    (519) 776-6909

  10. Halloween Trick or Treat in the Village – For our little spooks and trick-or-treaters
    The kid-friendly event organized by the Safety Village is a family friendly event that combines Halloween fun with important lessons in staying safe.

    Children enjoy experiencing the Village dressed up in their costumes for a treat-filled adventure that includes exploring the haunted Village where they encounter familiar safety friends Sparky, Siren and Elmer.

    In addition to ghosts, goblins and gremlins, kids always enjoy learning safety tips in a safe, fun interactive environment. Local police, fire and EMS professionals will be on site with their emergency vehicles so kids can get up close to a real fire truck, police car and ambulance.

    Admission donation of only $5 per child requested, no charge for adults or children 2 and under. All proceeds go towards The Safety Village in support of their ongoing safety programs.

    Website:

    http://www.thesafetyvillage.com/pages/halloween-spooktacular.html



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