Halloween Activities in Regina
- October 15, 2021
Image via Gabby Orcutt
Halloween is back, and we couldn’t be more excited! This spooky season, Regina is teeming with festive events. Whether you’re looking for something family-friendly or truly petrifying, you’ll find it here. From Al Benesocky’s Shock House to a night time corn maze and a Halloween drive-in movie event, check out the top 3 Halloween attractions in Regina.
Al Benesocky’s Shock House
Al Benesocky’s haunted houses have become the go-to Halloween attractions across Saskatchewan, and this year is no exception. Al Benesocky’s Shock House is open in Regina throughout the month of October. Horror fans will love making their way through this truly terrifying haunted house. Please note that Al Benesocky’s Shock House is not recommended for children under the age of 11. Tickets cost $20 per person and the attraction is open Fridays to Sundays in October.
Halloween Weekend at Moonlight Movies Drive-In
Regina’s favourite drive-in movie theatre, Moonlight Movies, is hosting a festive Halloween Weekend Double Header this month. On October 29th and 30th, Moonlight Movies will play Halloween Town and Hocus Pocus. Suitable for all ages, the cost is $20 per vehicle ($30 per vehicle for the double header) and the first movie kicks off at 7:30 pm.
Night Maze @ Cedar Creek Gardens
Cedar Creek Gardens in Regina has three corn mazes to enjoy this Halloween season. Tickets are $12 per person and access to the mazes includes a glow stick. It doesn’t get spookier than walking through a corn maze at night! Cedar Creek Gardens is conveniently located two minutes south of the city off of Highway #6. Walk-ins are welcome.
If you’re going to be in Regina this Halloween, then be sure to attend the festive events above. And if you’re looking for somewhere to stay during your visit, we’d love to have you at the Home Inn and Suites Regina Airport. We combine family-friendly amenities and a cozy atmosphere with an unbeatable location and affordable rates.
- November 20, 2021
Photo by Pavel Danilyuk from Pexels Winter is here, and with it comes warm fires, hot drinks, cold weather, and end-of-the-year celebrations and gatherings. There is a lot to do in Regina during the colder months, both in and outdoors!
- September 11, 2021
Fall is officially here, which means it’s time to start taking advantage of this special time of year.