Monsters, ghosts, zombies, pirates—everyone is invited to celebrate Halloween in the greater Québec area. Watch your back! Stay on guard! Who knows what could creep up on you! As a family, alone or as a couple, take part in a multitude of activities organized for the occasion.

Halloween Decorations
Composed of pumpkins, scarecrows, mummies and spiders, the decorations of the city hallwill make the whole family shiver with pleasure. The Joan of Arc Garden, located on the Plains of Abraham, also turns into a beautifully decorated haunted park.

Themed Guided Tours
Ghost Walking Tour
Meet the ghosts of criminals, hear about tales of yore and discover the heart of Québec City like you’ve never seen it before with Ghost Walking Tour! Over 15 spectral characters will be greeting you in the dark streets. But beware! They might not all be well-meaning…

*Activity suggested for teenagers (12 to 15 years old)

Ghost Tours of Québec
Follow your Ghost Tours of Québec costumed guide by lantern light through the cobblestone streets of Old Québec. Listen to stories of 400 years of strange murders, executions, ghostly tragedies and hauntings.

*Activity suggested for teenagers (12 to 15 years old)

Cemeteries of Québec City
Cemeteries such as the world-famous Cimetière du Père-Lachaise in Paris are popular destinations for visitors interested in history, monuments, and famous characters, and Québec City cemeteries are no exception. The city and region invite you to discover its most important burial sites.

Pumpkin Picking
Picking your own pumpkin in the field is a great way for children to get fresh air while visiting a farm. Available at the following locations:
Domaine Orléans
Ferme Bédard et Blouin
Ferme Guillaume Létourneau

Costumes and Treats
Benjo
Benjo is the most fantastic and magical toy store in Québec City. Discover the large selection of Halloween costumes for kids throughout the year.

Choco-musée Érico
Indulgence and fear come together at the Érico chocolaterie pâtisserie, where you can see an amazing Halloween-themed chocolate display prepared by the chocolate store’s artisans around mid-October through Halloween. The store will also showcase a wide range of products made especially for the occasion: chocolate coffins, ghosts, witches and pumpkins will delight everyone with a sweet tooth.

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