Last week I received this email newsletter from Niagara Falls Tourism:
From the St Thomas Times Journal:
Halloween doesn’t have to be a spooky, scary time. These 10 Halloween events and destinations are family-friendly so even the youngest member of your group can enjoy this fun time of year.
This article is actually a couple of years old, although it just showed up in my news feeds. It is a slideshow of the 10 locations, an includes the Great Wolf Lodge.
Earlier this week I received the latest newsletter from the Scotiabank Convention Centre Niagara Falls.
From the Bullet News Niagara:
Every now and then, Craig Maguire doesn’t mind dressing up in women’s clothes — especially for a good cause.
Maguire will once again be donning heels, hose and a corset all while applying healthy gobs of mascara and eyeliner that will transform the Niagara Falls actor into that “Sweet Transvestite” Frank N. Furter as Oh Canada Eh? Dinner Theatre presents the Rocky Horror Show.
Last week I received the latest email newsletter from the Clifton Hill Resort.
You can subscribe to the Clifton Hill Resort Update newsletter by visiting the Clifton Hill Newsletter page.
From the Toronto Sun:
By day, the Great Wolf Lodge Niagara Falls is the ultimate family fun zone and Canada’s largest indoor water park.
But when the sun goes down during Halloween season, the lodge undergoes a transformation and becomes a surreal, spooky setting for a one-of-a-kind Halloween experience.
It’s all part of a “Howl-O-Ween at the Wolf” from Oct. 14 to 31.
From the Niagara Falls Review:
From haunted hayrides to ghostly battlefields to Norman Bates back on the big screen, there’s plenty to do Halloween weekend in Niagara Falls.
All types of scares are in the air. With Halloween on Sunday night, it allows two full days of scary hijinx for families to freak out at.
I know I’m late in posting this, but I didn’t see it myself until after Halloween. However, it was still interested to see all of the things there are to do around here…
From a PRWeb press release seen on Yahoo! News:
Halloween is not for the faint of heart in Niagara Falls with ghoulish Niagara events all around the popular districts of Clifton Hill, Fallsview Boulevard and Lundy’s Lane.
Clifton Hill is the destination for family fun on Halloween with attractions such as the House of Frankenstein, Mystery Maze and the Crystal Caves. The district is also the home of Nightmares Fear Factory, the longest running haunted house in North America, built on the site of the once industrious Cataract Coffin Factory where eccentric proprietor Abraham Mortimer was killed and is said to still walk the halls seeking revenge. For over 30 years, the attraction has been scaring, thrilling and challenging guests to survive, with over 100,000 chickening out and heading for the exits.