Halloween Nights of Lights – Entertainment for the whole family

Halloween Nights of Lights is back from popular demand but now bigger and better! This year, the immersive experience features more than 1.5 million LED and RGB lights animated and synchronized to some of the best Halloween tunes along with a new drive-thru Trick or Treat Lane, where you can safely receive wrapped candy on a pole straight from the drive-thru.

The experience is about 2.25KM drive which takes about 45 mins- 1 hour to go through the whole maze, there is a specific radio station guests can tune into for the sound.

We thought the experience was very family orientated, a very good event for families. We would have liked to see more variety in music, the lights were a lot of fun.  Wouldn’t recommend it for value for non-families unless splitting the entries, which would value about $13 each. The displays were very bright and thought it was a reasonable amount of time to get through everything.

Tickets range from $25 per car (up to 2 people) to $65 (up to 8 people) prices are per car not person. Tickets are only available online and kids under 1 are free and not included in the headcount. You can purchase tickets here

Located at Richmond Hill GO station (Yonge and Major Mac)

6 Newkirk Rd. Just minutes north of Toronto near hwy 404 and 407 just north of hwy 7.

Check out a video of the Christmas Nights of Lights below!

Nights of Lights runs from Oct 1-31, 2021 

Nights of Lights is a proud supporter of Epilepsy Toronto, with a portion of the proceeds of this event helping to provide critical services to people affected by epilepsy. Dedicated to the promotion of independence and quality of life for people living with epilepsy, Epilepsy Toronto provides programs that address all aspects of epilepsy from the first diagnosis of a child, to the struggles that young people face, to adult needs such as employment and relationships, as well as public education and advocacy.