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posted by: Hampton Inn Downtown Vancouver Hotel on: October 01, 2018


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Zombies and ghost trains and cemeteries, oh my! From tales a zombie apocalypse, to a train journey through the forest, there’s a Vancouver Halloween horror for everyone. Read on… if you dare.

1. Fort Langley's A Survivalist’s Guide to a Zombie Apocalypse | September 29, 2018 
It could happen: Fort Langley may one day find itself in the midst of a zombie apocalypse! But are you ready? In this after-hours event, learn essential survival skills through four fascinating activities including wilderness first aid, musket-firing, fire-starting, and blacksmithing. Discover why the fort would be the prime location for survival.

2. Stanley Park Ghost Train | October 13 to 31, 2018
Each year, the Ghost Train in Stanely Park takes riders of all ages on a journey through a mystical and magical Halloween world. This year, join Jack O' Lantern on his journey through the Dark Forest, where he wanders through an ancient Celtic Halloween world. Also, check out The Haunted Maze and the Creatures of the Night exhibit by the Stanley Park Ecological Society.

3. Fort Langley’s Grave Tales | October 7-30 2018 
Head out to historic Fort Langley for Grave Tales, a deliciously macabre nighttime stroll through this National Historic Site of Canada. Suitable for thrill-seekers 19 years or older, the two-hour or three-hour journey features a costumed storyteller guiding participants through the quaint village and its misty cemetery while sharing eerie stories of the mysterious burials and old-school amputations that once took place there. Sufficiently chilled to the bone, guests then cozy up around a bonfire at the now-deserted Hudson’s Bay Company fort.

4. Haunted Village at Burnaby Village Museum | October 26-29, 2018
Witches, ghosts and other fairy tale and storybook characters will step off their pages at this year’s Haunted Village, taking place at the 1920s-era Burnaby Village. Don your costume (and dancing shoes!) and roam the Village and Farmhouse, take a spin on the spooky carousel, and groove to tunes spun by a live DJ. Your ticket includes trick-or-treating for the kiddies as well as entertainment and carousel rides for all.
If you want to get spooked out in Vancouver this Halloween, check out the Hampton Inn & Sites by Hilton Downtown Vancouver. This stylish accommodation option is located in one of the city’s best shopping and entertainment districts, so you’ll be surrounded by award-winning restaurants, boutiques and trendy music venues. 
 
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