Walk-through haunted attraction located in the underground parkade of New Horizon Mall in Balzac, Alberta.
Proud to be a social enterprise.
Can't Find Us?
We are in the underground parkade of New Horizon Mall in Balzac. Drive in to the heated underground parkade at the NW corner of the mall (the corner closest to Highway 2 and CrossIron Blvd). Drive up to the black roll-up drawers and they will open automatically).
While the mall is open, you can also enter through the mall, enjoy the fun vendors upstairs, then take the escalator at the center of the mall downstairs to the parkade. However, please note that there is no access to the mall once they close at 7pm.
We are in the SE corner of the parkade- you'll see us lurking in the dark!
Please drive carefully in the parkade.
Monsters, ghouls, and oddities
Diabolical schemes and wicked dreams
Fall victim to our attrocities
While macabre beasts feed on your screams.
Haunted Calgary is a social enterprise, mainly driven by the hard work of volunteers, supporting local charities. Experience our hand-crafted walk-through Halloween attraction in the underground parkade of New Horizon Mall. Every year is a unique attraction design, so don't miss your chance to experience "Museum of the Macabre," Haunted Calgary's 2021 attraction. Twist and wind through about 6000 square feet of horrors.
For guaranteed entry, purchase your tickets online in advance. Due to COVID, numbers will be extremely limited.
Masks are mandatory because it turns out that monsters are susceptible to COVID-19 too. You will be asked to sanitize your hands before entry. If you are feeling ill, have tested positive for COVID-19, have travelled outside of Canada in the past 14 days, or have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19 symptoms, please rebook your ticket for an alternate date, or transfer it to a friend. Vaccination for COVID-19 is required.
Note: The "family-friendly" times feature reduced scares, but may still be inappropriate for some viewers. There may still be scenes of blood, gore, and violence. The lights will be brighter and the actors reduced, with a softer approach, during family-friendly times.