10 Things to do Over Thanksgiving Long Weekend
1. Corn Mazes
Head out to the country for all the space (and fun) you need! Get lost in a corn maze, a few have been setup to give you a Halloween fright! Here are a few of the places to visit:
2. Pumpkin Patches
Enjoy the open space, crisp fall weather, and pick out your very own pumpkin at local Pumpkin Patches! Although let’s be real, the real draw are those ‘like-worthy’ pictures.
These are just a few of the dozen in the Lower Mainland.
3. Have a Virtual Thanksgiving Dinner
Thanksgiving is far from normal this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate with those nearest and dearest to you. Look on the bright side, it’s a lot easier to cook for just your ‘bubble’!
Show your Halloween spirit by getting scared out of your wits! Vancouver Horror Nights has adapted their experience for 2020 and it’s a must-visit fall attraction.
It’s Scare Season at the PNE hosts ‘Slayland’. Bring your brood, coven, or horde and maintain your distance at the ‘possessed’ horror-themed outdoor walk-thru experience.
Forbidden Vancouver Walking Tours takes you on a tour of Gastown and all the scary tales of Vancouver’s history.
Solve the mystery of your choosing as you and your friend group try to get to the bottom of either a secret spy mission or Cold Case.
‘Howl’over Canada takes you on an epic, supernatural trip! Soar through the skies with your band of spooky sidekicks on your way to a music festival that’s ‘out of this world’!
Bring the kids out for a family-friendly train ride through the decorated Pumpkin forest! Note: Masks and social distancing are mandatory.
It’s the season for scary movies! There’s no better way to give yourself a scare than a classic night at the Drive-In theatre! Showings for ‘Fright Fest’ include Hocus Pocus and IT.
Stay safe, and have a happy and fun Thanksgiving Long weekend!!
‘Food’ for thought: Does wearing a turkey on your head count as a ‘mask’?