3 Ways to Celebrate Halloween in Saskatoon This Year
- October 15, 2021
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Pink’s Haunted Mansion
All through the month of October, Pink Bar & Lounge transforms itself into the scariest haunted house in town. The indoor haunted house—if you dare to make it all the way through!—is for all ages. There will also be a heated outdoor spooky cafe serving up snacks and non-alcoholic drinks. All proceeds from this Halloween-inspired event go to Jim Pattison Children's Hospital Foundation.
Paintball Paradise Corn Maze
Paintball Paradise Corn Maze offers fun-filled Halloween activities for both kids and the young at heart. There are two different options: a child’s maze, aimed at prekindergarten to grade 3, that encourages children to follow signs throughout the maze to complete a story; and a larger, more adult-centric maze that transforms into a haunted attraction on select dates.
The Kill Show
The Kill Show, held from October 28-31 at the World Trade Centre Saskatoon’s Prairieland Park, tells the story of a Las Vegas illusionist named Mack Matthews who burned the theatre he performed his variety show at to the ground. While the audience escaped, the show’s three stars remained trapped—but for a more sinister reason. This immersive and comedic magic show promises to leave audiences laughing and bloody!
Home Inn and Suites Saskatoon is conveniently located and the perfect place to relax after taking part in super scary Halloween activities.
Designed with comfort in mind, our Saskatoon hotel features a wide variety of spacious and comfortable rooms and suites outfitted with luxury linens, free Wi-Fi, full kitchens, and large flat-screen TVs, along with access to our excellent on-site hotel amenities. Make your staycation reservations today!
- November 22, 2021
Looking for winter activities or things to do in Saskatoon this holiday season? From light displays to sporting events, there is no shortage of great things to do during your next staycation.
- September 20, 2021
With its sweeping natural beauty, it’s no surprise that Saskatoon’s landscape provides so much inspiration to the many artists that reside here. When planning your local staycation this fall, be sure to stop in at some of the art-focused markets taking place in the city through the season.