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7 Best Fall Activities in Toronto

7 Best Fall Activities in Toronto

Searching for fun fall activities in Toronto to do this season?

Fall is my fave season here in Toronto, and there are plenty of fun things to do around the city even as it gets a bit chillier.

Whether you’re looking to indulge in all of the fall things or just enjoy some fall-themed foods, you’ll definitely enjoy doing these fall activities in Toronto.

Here are some of the best and most fun activities and things to do in Toronto this fall season!

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Best fall activities in Toronto

Vegandale Festival

Whether you’re on a plant-based diet or you just enjoy eating all of the foods, the Vegandale Festival is the perfect way to spend your Saturday.

There’ll be over 100 vendors on-site from both Toronto and around North America.

It’s happening October 16th at the Garrison Common in the Fort York neighbourhood!

Tickets are $10-$15 per person.

LOCATION: 100 Garrison Rd, Toronto, ON

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Fall N’ Leaves TO

Looking for a fall event that’s more catered to adults?

Fall N’ Leaves is an outdoor popup event that’s family-friendly, but also has wine tasting, paint nights, live music, and dance party nights!

They’ve got a really cool patio with hanging string lights adorned in fall leaves, and plenty of pumpkins squashin’ about.

Enjoy some fall-inspired and wood-fired pizzas alongside soups serves in various squash bowls (including pumpkin!)

Like PumpkinFest Toronto, it’s actually an event happening in the city and not a popup, but they’ve also got a pumpkin patch on-site for all your Instagram photo needs.

Admission is free, but tickets are required for wine tasting or paint nights.

You can check out the event from October 1st through the 17th!

LOCATION: 164 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON

Halloween Haunt at Canada's Wonderland in Vaughan, Ontario

Halloween Haunt

If you’re looking for some spooky fun, you’ll definitely want to pay a visit to Halloween Haunt at Canada’s Wonderland.

I’ve been twice, and both times I was absolutely terrified (once to the point of tears).

Tickets start at $31.99 per person, and it also gives you access to whatever rides are open.

If you’re looking for something more kid-friendly, there’s also Camp Spooky, which happens on weekends during the day!

Wonderland is located in Vaughan, but it’s accessible by the TTC subway.

LOCATION: 1 Canada’s Wonderland Drive, Vaughan, ON


Screemers is another fun Halloween event happening this fall, and it’s also located in Vaughan (near a TTC subway station).

Take a walk through 7 different creepy mazes and get your fear on.

They also have some rides, as well as food truck eats and drinks at the Vampire Lounge!

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Tickets start at $39.95 per person, and costumes are allowed (but no costume masks).

LOCATION: Assembly Park, 80 Interchange Way, Vaughan, ON

Legends of Horror

Legends of Horror at Casa Loma is yet another cool Halloween event going on, and it’s located in Midtown Toronto.

The creepy castle setting definitely makes the experience even spookier, and you probably don’t want to bring young kids here.

You’ll get to make your way through the lower gardens and the castle tunnels, all while meeting not-so-friendly faces along the way.

The event is going on every evening, and tickets are $30-55 per person.

LOCATION: 1 Canada’s Wonderland Drive, Vaughan, ON

Haunted Cinema

You could watch a horror movie at home, or you could get a more immersive experience and watch the movie as characters come to life.

Haunted Cinema is happening October 26th through 31st at Ontario Place, and it’s a full-on immersive drive-in movie experience.

Watch Goosebumps with the family at 6:30 PM, or watch the late-night screening of Scream at 10 PM.

Tickets are $50 per car (max 4 people) from Tuesday through Thursday or $55 from Friday through Sunday.

LOCATION: 955 Lake Shore Blvd. West, Toronto, ON

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Check out fall foliage

One of the best parts about fall in Toronto is seeing all the beautiful fall foliage across the city.

High Park is my favourite spot in Toronto to see the fall colours, but the Glen Stewart Ravine and Scarborough Bluffs are also fantastic spots for seeing fall foliage in the city.

Best fall activities in Toronto:

  1. Vegandale Festival
  2. Fall N’ Leaves TO
  3. Halloween Haunt
  4. Screemers
  5. Legends of Horror
  6. Haunted Cinema
  7. Check out fall foliage
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These were some of the best and most fun fall activities to do in Toronto this autumn season, whether you’re looking to do stuff with your friends or family!

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