Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Halloween New England Top Picks for November 2017

Halloween New England's fans know better than to think Halloween season ends October 31st, right?
There is one more weekend left for a handful of local haunted attractions so it's your last, best chance pack in extra thrills before your favorite season is over.

SEVEN Haunts are open on Friday and Saturday, November 3rd and 4th! 

Here's the complete list on our Haunted Attractions Open in November Guide.

Barrett's Haunted Mansion in Abington, MA is open with their popular Haunted Mansion and Haunted Compound shows on both Friday and Saturday, November 3rd and 4th. It's your last chance to be terrorized by their oh-so-sinister clowns until next year...

Fear Town in Seekonk, MA is serving up "Extreme Fears Night" on Friday and Saturday, November 3rd and 4th which is a full-contact, higher-intensity experience -  perfect for people ready for a different style of haunting and thrill-seeking. Advance tickets are a must! Extreme Dears details.

New Hampshire
Haunted Acres has rescheduled their annual Lights Out Night for this Saturday, November 4th! It's your final chance to check out Haunted Acres this season but you'll have to brave it in the dark if you do. Haunted Acres Lights Out Event details.

Legends of Fear in Shelton, CT has one final night coming up - Saturday, November 4th is your last chance to experience a full night of haunt-going happiness at their revamped trail and exciting haunted hayride! More about Legends of Fear.

Fright Haven in Stratford, CT is back with a just-announced Encore Weekend this Friday and Saturday, November 3rd and 4th which will feature their full show of scares and screams.

The following weekend - on Friday and Saturday, November 10th and 11th-- Fright Haven will feature their annual Blind Rage - Full Contact Night, 18+ event where the intensity goes up several notches - ideal for adrenaline seekers! Buy your tickets in advance. Blind Rage event details.

Creeperum in Hamden, CT returns mid-month on Friday and Saturday, November 10th and 11th for "Complete Darkness" a lights-out, full-contact, 18+ event--their first ever! Complete Darkness event details.

After New England's biggest weekend of the Halloween season, you might be surprised to find there are still a number of worthwhile events lined up in November to whet your Halloween/Horror appetite. You can always find the complete event listings for each New England state on our website Halloween New England.

In Massachusetts on Thursday, Nov. 2nd in Boston at the Central Library there's a talk by author Maureen Boyle about her book "Shallow Graves - The Hunt for the New Bedford Highway Serial Killer" and on Friday and Saturday, you can test your limits at Extreme Fears Night at Fear Town in Seekonk. On Saturday, Nov. 4th at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology in Cambridge is their annual Dia De Los Muertos Family Event.

In Connecticut, make sure you check out Legends of Fear's final night of the season on Saturday, Nov 4th and both Friday and Saturday, Nov 3rd and 4th you can swing by Fright Haven to indulge in more screams at their encore weekend of haunting. 
Fright Haven returns the following weekend - Friday and Saturday, November 10th and 11th for Blind Rage which is a full-contact night (18+ only) - tickets in advance.

In Rhode Island, it's the last full week to see the Jack O'Lantern Spectacular at the Roger Williams Zoo in Providence. The Spectacular is open every night through Sunday, November 5th.

In Lincoln, RI the next two Sundays-Nov 5th and 12th-- are the final chances to visit the Hearthside House Museum for their annual exhibit 
Candlelight Tour of Gone But Not Forgotten: Victorian Mourning Customs where this historic 10-room museum home is "transformed to recreate the scene of a typical wake and funeral of the 19th century" and the tours are led by candlelight.

Friday through Sunday, November 10th-12th in Providence will be RI Comic Con where among dozens of fun booths and meet-and-greets, there will be appearances by The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus and Nightmare on Elm Street's Robert Englund. 

In Vermont, circle the dates Friday and Saturday, November 17th and 18th in Brattleboro for the 3rd annual Ax Wound Film Festival which features horror film screenings, presentations, and workshops from women filmmakers.

Where has Halloween New England been lately?
We spent Friday night at Field of Screams (West Greenwich, RI), Haunted Overload (Lee, NH) with out-of-town friends on Saturday, and spent Halloween at The 7-1-5 Haunted House (Canton, MA)! We hope to squeeze in two more haunt visits this weekend if we're lucky!

We're thrilled to have teamed up again with New England's own uber-talented The Pixel Perfection: After Dark whose incredibly creepy and inspiring haunt photos populate the guides again this year. As always, we know you love their photos...just please don't steal their photos! Why not just follow them on Facebook instead or hire them to capture your Halloween attraction or event?