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Join Bellows Air Force Station for an evening of spooktacular activities, movies, and haunts! Activities include a pau hana pub, costume contest, food trucks, activities stations, trunk-or-treat, haunted hayride and a double feature movie night under the stars. Evening movies are Goosebumps and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. There is no cost but reservations are highly recommended for the costume contest, which can be done at
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Halloween may fall on a Monday this year, but there's a lot of spooky, haunted, dress-up fun to be had through the end of the month. Here's a list of Lane County events celebrating Halloween, area houses decorated for the holiday as well as where to travel for haunted houses nearby.
Fright Night at the Museum: The Springfield History Museum is hosting a haunted house fundraiser, transforming the museum into a spook-tacularly scary journey through local history and water management. The haunted museum will be family-friendly, with less scares and more lights from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Then beginning at 6 p.m. the lights will go down for the scares for older kids and adults. If you make it through, there's a "recovery station" with photo ops and free snacks. It's $5, $3 for ages 5-18 and 5 and younger are free. Family of five or more are $20. The museum is at 590 Main St. Call 541-726-2300 for more information.
Pumpkin Carving & Movie: Garden Way Church hosts screening of The Peanuts movie "It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown"; free pumpkins, treats, cocoa and cider. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at the church, 231 N. Garden Way. gardenway.net.
The Beyond the Grave Rave: Subdermal Art Collective tattoo shop hosts event with free haunted house (all ages), candy, free tattoo giveaways and flash tattoo deal (18 and older). 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 30 at Subdermal Art Collective, 341 High St.
Y's Spooky Spectacular Halloween Party: Free party, costumes highly encouraged. The parking lot will host trunk-or-treating with Halloween-decorated vehicles, an inflatable (perhaps haunted?!) bounce house and other inflatable party games in the Tennis Center, as well as crafts, Halloween portraits and dance to the Monster Mash. No need to register, all welcome, families must accompany their children. From 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 31 at Eugene Family YMCA at 2055 Patterson St.
Fright Night at the Museum: The Springfield History Museum is hosting a haunted house fundraiser, transforming the museum into a spook-tacularly scary journey through local history and water management. Open Oct. 27-29, the haunted museum will be family-friendly, with less scares and more lights from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Then beginning at 6 p.m. the lights will go down for the scares for older kids and adults. If you make it through, there's a "recovery station" with photo ops and free snacks. It's $5, $3 for ages 5-18 and 5 and younger are free. Family of five or more are $20. The museum is at 590 Main St. Call 541-726-2300 for more information.
The Forbidden Tomb-Epic Haunted House: Epic Adventure Zone hosts no-reservation-needed haunted house. 7 to 10 p.m. Oct. 21, 5 to 10 p.m. Oct. 22 and 5 to 10 p.m. Oct. 30 and 6 to 10 p.m. Oct. 31. $12, $7 for 7 and younger and free for 5 and younger. Also, Epic Haunted Escape Room, "The Muffin Man," 6 to 9 p.m. weekdays and 6 to 10 p.m. Saturdays, through Nov. 30. $20 per person, maximum six people. 861 W. Central Ave., Sutherlin, EPICAdventureZone.com.
Cyril's House of Horrors: Hosted by the Roseburg Fright Club, the haunted house is in the Roseburg Elks Lodge 326, 749 SE Jackson St., Roseburg. 7 to 10 p.m. Oct. 21-22, 28-29 and 31. $10, $8 for 12 and younger ($1 off price with one can of food per person). Note: May be too intense for 5 and younger. facebook.com/roseburgfrightclub
For the weekend before and the Oct. 31 holiday itself, Cape Cod offers choices from completely benign to creepy, plus so many chances to wear costumes. Trick or treating, or trunk or treating options are many, there are a few haunted houses to navigate, and various organizations are holding parties, parades and unusual ways to see museums.
Spooky Symphony is a one-hour free performance for families and children to enjoy movie themes from the Superman, Batman, Star Wars and Pirates of the Caribbean sagas, and dramatic classical showpieces with eerie themes.
Entry into farm is $20 and includes hayride, maze, petting farm, pumpkin patch, photo ops, and bonfire. Haunted hayride and haunted maze offered at night. Food is available for purchase and vendors are on site. Costume contests are offered. Tickets are online. Feature: Family Farms offers flower fields, fall festival in Davie
Delray GreenMarket 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. October 29 is featuring a pumpkin display for photo ops, a free pumpkin painting art project, and professional pumpkin decorating demonstrations. Kids are welcome to Trick-or-Treat among participating vendors. The event is at Old School Square Park on Swinton Avenue and Atlantic Avenue. Information is online.
It's time for Halloween in Memphis! Pumpkin patches, haunted houses, corn mazes, and ghost tours are going strong. Here's your guide to all the spooky season fun happening in Memphis and the Mid-South in 2022.
I'm hearing this haunted house at 160 Cumberland near Wiseacre's Broad Avenue taproom is the most terrifying in town. This one is a super-scary absolutely not for children haunted house. Lines can get a few hours long as we get closer to Halloween, so go early in the season and early in the evening, too. Check out the website for ticket info and hours, which vary depending on the day.
This 35-minute journey through the corn and into the creepy, haunted woods is full of heart-stopping thrills. Flashlights are not allowed on this haunted walk. Get ready for psychotic patients, bloodthirsty zombies, apocalyptic warriors and more. Yikes!
This fright-fest recommended for ages 13 and older offers eight different haunted scenes such as the Slaughterhouse, The Attic and the Curse of the Nile. Try out the two escape rooms, the Fright Elevator or Escape the Crypt. On Saturday, Oct. 22, younger kids and families can come for Family Funfest, featuring a lights-on tour of the haunted attractions.
Haunted Howl-o-ween: Wag Hotels host its annual family-friendly Haunted Howl-o-ween Party from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Oct. 27 at 2120 Camino Del Rio North. Dogs and pet parents can explore a haunted hotel with dog-friendly activities around every corner. Take photos with Cruella de Ville, participate in a costume contest, make pumpkin spice puppuccinos, and more. Wag Hotels will also be handing out treats and swag. All proceeds will benefit the nonprofit Hearts for Paws Rescue, which will feature adoptable dogs on-site. Tickets are $10 if purchased before the event and $15 at the door. Dogs and children 17 and younger enter free but must be accompanied by an adult. Buy tickets or donate to Hearts for Paws Rescue at bit.ly/2qFfRes.
October is a time for frights and fun for the whole family. From scary movies to haunted houses and magical in-person adventures, Halloweentime inspires a variety of experiences and events for everyone to participate in.
Get ready to step into Volkov Manor as you walk through the haunted tale of Doctor Grigor Volkov, an eminent psychiatrist and hypnotist whose patients are back to haunt him and his orphaned nieces and nephews. Stroll around his spooky manor all while sipping bone-chilling cocktails and French chocolate truffles. Ready to kick it up a notch though? Expect to experience thrilling haunted house adventures like macabre magic, tarot readings, secret games, and even a real ouija board! This is where adults go for an otherworldly cocktail immersion.
The first of October comes around this weekend, but you know New Yorkers have already started pulling out their Halloween decorations! From the haunted Greenwich Village to the residential Upper East Side, there are tons of neighborhoods to walk through and admire their spookiness. This is one of our favorite free ways to spend a few hours getting into the Halloween spirit!
The beloved Museum of Ice Cream will be turning into the Museum of I-Scream on Friday (Sept 29) through October 31. Featuring magical and shocking sweet treats, museum-goers will be invited to step into their decorated space full of skeletons and dairy, all while collecting unlimited candy and trying out speciality desserts. Each visitor even receives an ice cream mask and treat bag along the way. If you have a sweet tooth, get ready to try out their pumpkin spice soft serve, candy corn popsicles, haunted milkshakes, Witches Brew cocktail, and a whole lot more!
Are you ready for a spooky fall treat right before Halloween? On Sunday, October 30th, Tipsy Scoop is giving away 25 free scoops of their new Jameson Whiskey-infused Butterfingers PB & Whiskey ice cream to the first 25 customers at each barlour location! The flavor is also available in-store and online as part of the Halloween Spirits Pack!
Hidden deep in the woods, HellsGate is a multi-level mansion filled with secret passages, giant slides, ghastly secrets, undead abominations, really nervous groundskeepers and a darkness that the gate can no longer contain! This is not just a haunted house, it's an adventure!
Since you were a kid, you've heard about the haunted house with the giant slide, the one hidden out in the woods, the one where you can win your money back, but you were never able to find it... until now! It's HellsGate Haunted House in Lockport, IL.
Days of the Living Dead, a reality web series that takes you backstage at two of Chicago's top haunted houses: HellsGate Haunted House & Statesville Haunted Prison. From Yokai Films, sponsored by Froggy's Fog and featuring Zombie Army Productions.