5 Things to do in Ottawa this Weekend

Trying to come up with something to do this weekend? Take a look at what’s happening!

Acres of Terror

With Halloween just around the corner why not take part in some spooky activities? Located over at Cannamore Orchard there is lots to do! There’s the Spooky Wagon Ride, House of Terror, Spooky Village or Fog Maze. If you scare easily the daytime is dedicated to family fun events that won’t send you home in tears!

Mac my Cheese Fest

This is definitely something you should take part in because who doesn’t love some delicious mac & cheese? Not only does this event offer some traditional mac but they also offer tons of variations you’ve probably never tried before! Located over at City Hall this place is sure to wow your taste buds and your stomach!

Port Elmsley Drive In

Pack up the car and head out to the Port Elmsley Drive in this weekend. It’s the perfect temperature now that you can cuddle under a blanket, wear some comfy clothes and of course share some popcorn with your special someone. Playing this weekend will be Venom followed by White Boy Rick.

October West

Well if you couldn’t make it out to Oktoberfest you can head on over to Ottawa West to make up for it. This festival has 20 participating breweries that will be pouring independent craft beers for everyone. Purchase your ticket for an October West glass as well as the chance to sample some of the beers.


If you’re really looking to scare yourself silly, this is where you want to be. This has been named the most haunted hayride in the east and it is sure to get your adrenaline going as you make your way through. This night time activity is only suitable for mature guests, so leave the children at home.

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