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Vancouver’s Halloween House of Horrors Haunted House

Vancouver's Halloween House of Horrors

The Halloween House of Horrors is a family-run haunted house that is free of charge. Donations, however, are encouraged and go to the Vancouver Food Bank.

Due to COVID-19, the Halloween House of Horrors didn’t take place in 2020. Fortunately, the haunted house returned in 2021. It operated from Friday, October 29th, until Sunday, October 31st (a.k.a. Halloween night). The sad news is it isn’t happening in 2022 (and may or may not take place again in the future).

 

Fright Nights in 2022

 

Halloween House of Horrors

The Halloween House of Horrors has been run by Trina and Shawn Rundgren since 2006. The couple are huge fans of horror. They even got married on Halloween! Their family-run haunted house is impressive. It includes fog machines and scary animatronics that create a spooky atmosphere.

Visitors can find the Halloween House of Horrors in the southern part of Vancouver. The address of the haunted house is 2270 Lower Skipper Place, which is close to the Fraser River and on the other side of the water from Richmond. The venue is actually in a townhouse complex. You’ll know you’re at the right place when you see the decorations in their carport.

 

Halloweeen Horror House Scenes

 

Hours and Admission

In 2021, the Halloween House of Horrors ran from October 29th until the 31st, which was the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the Halloween Weekend.

The haunted attraction ran from 6:00 to 11:00 pm on the Friday and Saturday. On Halloween Sunday, however, the place operated from 12:00 until 5:00 pm with a special family-friendly experience for all ages. Then, the haunted house switched back to its scarier format and continued on from 6:00 until 9:00 pm.

As always, admission to this particular haunted house is free! Donations are encouraged, and 100% of the money goes to the Vancouver Food Bank. Donating in 2021 was especially important due to COVID, and food was accepted along with cash.

Although the pandemic was still ongoing, visitors were not required to provide proof of vaccination when going to haunted houses in 2021. With that said, masks were still mandatory and everyone needed to follow public health guidelines.

 

Halloween Haunted Houses

 

Other Information

To learn about similar places, see our page about Lower Mainland Haunted Houses.

Other free and by donation haunted houses in Metro Vancouver include the following:

All of the above are exceptional. Not free, but also at a person’s private home (and arguably one of the best haunted houses in the entire province) is Brinkworth Dungeon in Langley.

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