October Events in Surrey

You know it’s almost time for fall, and with it, all the fun activities to do with the family. Pumpkin spice, corn mazes, haunted houses and more await you in Surrey. So, get out there and enjoy fall to the fullest.

Candlelight Cemetery Tour
Surrey Centre Cemetry | October 5

Bundle up and enjoy an informative tour with local historian Sue Bryant while she reveals the fascinating stories that lie beneath the headstones of the 133-year-old Surrey Centre Cemetery. Lanterns provided. Registration required.  Presented by the Museum of Surrey.

Potters House of Horrors
Potters Nursery | October 4 – November 2
12530 72 Avenue

Potters Nursery undergoes a Halloween transformation from a beautiful blooming garden centre to a frightening fusion of haunted houses and scream-inducing activities. 2019’s haunt includes two truly terrifying haunted houses: Devils Descent and the Death Valley Motor Inn. And back this year is the Escape from Incineration where you have 20 minutes to escape a “burning” building by solving puzzles and searching for clues.

Li’l Haunters
Potters Nursery | October 4 – November 2
12530 72 Avenue

Not only does Potters offer Family Hour, but they also boast two mini haunted houses that aren’t too dark or scary and contain no animatronics or actors. The first house, Mystic Village, includes a slightly creepy ghost town that sets the tone for the fun to follow at the second house, Spooky Castle. Other neat stuff includes a basketball/baseball toss and table games such as air hockey and foosball.

Bose Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch
Corn Maze until October 14 | Pumpkin Patch until October 31
64th Avenue & 156th Street

Every year the Bose Corn Maze is cut with an epic design meant to be seen from an aerial view. This year, the maze is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a maze featuring the Scouts Canada logo. The corn maze is open until October 14 this year, and those who like it extra challenging will love trying this at night. Guests bring flashlights and work their way through the maze in the dark. Once you’ve found your way out, a big fire pit awaits where you can roast marshmallows and make some well-deserved s’mores. Bose’s pumpkin patch is open until October 31, with rides every Saturday and Sunday.

Bear Creek Haunted Forest Scream Train
13750 – 88th Avenue at King George Blvd
October 11 – 31, 2019

The Bear Creek forest comes alive after dark with ghosts and ghouls intent on scaring you amidst creepy sounds and special effects. Favourite characters like Chainsaw Charlie are back and you might also run into the walking dead who roam the platform! The Scream Train is recommended for older children who can handle being scared.  The more timid passengers will love the Pumpkin Patch train as it travels through the decorated forest to the pumpkin patch!

Historic Stewart Farm
13723 Crescent Road
October 26, 12pm – 3pm

The Haunted Farm Family Day offers a free, one-day event held at the Historic Stewart Farm. This safe and fun family drop-in shares old-time traditions, crafts and spooky treats. Activities like scavenger hunts and Halloween themed games are available for those of all ages to enjoy.