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We made our own to take home!
It may only be April but those of us at Halloween New England have been thinking about October 24/7!
We’re deep in the thick of a major upgrade to our website www.HalloweenNewEngland.com to include all kinds of very cool and useful improvements to help fellow Halloween and fall fanatics find the best activities, road trips, tours, foliage spots, and attractions for the upcoming season. Even better, we’re adding a new sister site called www.NewEnglandFallEvents.com which will help everyone get a head start on their fall fun with complete listings of New England PYO apple orchards, harvest events, food festivals, daytime hayrides, daytime corn mazes, and much more!
We’re most excited about the debut of our companion blogs which will help us share more tips, tricks, and practical details for planning your fall weekends. Our goal is to inspire fellow Halloween fans and New Englanders to take advantage of the dozens of unique and memorable festivals, haunted or Halloween attractions, and events right here in our own backyard. Our blogs will give you a preview of the weekend’s events and give you some first-hand insight as to what you’ll find when you go. The more you know, the easier the planning is and you can focus on what really matters—having an incredible time with your friends or family.
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costume theme in Salem 2013
We will continue to feature haunted houses, ghost tours, Halloween events, night/haunted corn mazes, night/haunted hayrides, Salem attractions, costume stores, and pumpkin patches in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maine, and New Hampshire. It has never been easier to support local farms, seasonal attractions, and shop at the many small businesses that dot the New England back roads.
When you visit Halloween New England or read our updates, you are getting the straight scoop from people who live here, who love Halloween, and actually partake in the festivals, events and attractions we write about. We understand how New Englanders like to spend their time and how they want their time well-spent.
Whether you are up for a road trip or a short drive, looking to make new traditions or try something new—we’ll give you plenty of ideas to make your fall weekends packed with fun and stress-free.
Halloween New England — By New Englanders, for New Englanders.