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People in Toronto can celebrate Halloween at an abandoned Toronto subway station!

Celebrate Halloween at an abandoned TTC station! Photo Courtesy: TTC

Are you looking to make some spooky plans to celebrate Halloween? 

How about a date night, or something fun to do with family or friends ahead of the 31? The TTC has you covered with a party going down on Oct. 28 and 29, and it’s all for a good cause. 

Halloween Fest will be located at Toronto’s abandoned Lower Bay Station and features a host of fun activities to celebrate the frightful season. 

Guests can expect one of two trains. Organizers say that the “Trick-or-Treat” train will be family-friendly and fun for kids of all ages. Plus, this train features the chance to snag some (nut-free!) candy during their adventure.  

Meanwhile, for those looking for more of a scary experience, the Haunted Subway train includes actors in costume.

“While the scares are tailored to the audience, some actors or scenes may be unnerving for younger children. Parental discretion is advised,” the transit commission said on its website.

Other highlights of Halloween Fest include giveaways for kids, TTC trivia covering topics like celebrity appearances and historical facts, and the “Merch Monster Mash” where guests can pick up some TTC merch or scour for treasure at a garage sale.

Tickets are only available at the door and cost $5. Children two and under can enter free of charge. All proceeds will support the United Way of Greater Toronto.

Find out more information, including how to access Lower Bay Station and different accessibility options, via the TTC website



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