With the long weekend upon us, it's a perfect chance to hit the road and explore activities and attractions outside your community and across New England - something to enjoy both day and night. Take full advantage of making this October in New England your most memorable month yet!
Unbelievable Costume Sale for all of October!
The Gravestone Girls returns this Thursday, October 8th with "Welcome to the Graveyard: a Virtual Tour of Mattapoisett" - a cozy seaside community in coastal Massachusetts. This zoom-hosted presentation features cemetery art, history, and symbolism ranging from colonial burial grounds, the rural cemetery movement, and into 21st-century locations. This special lecture is being hosted by the Mattapoisett Public Library--it is free but requires pre-registration to access the zoom link.
Massachusetts Halloween Events (Full Guide)
Connecticut Halloween Events (Full Guide)
This Thursday, October 8th (and next Thursday too!) is the first-ever Spooky Night Halloween Lights at Legends of Fear in Shelton, CT. For anyone who has the Halloween spirit and loves a spooky atmosphere but doesn't want any scares or actors, this is the ideal event for you! Walk the half-mile haunted trail through the woods and be treated to colorful lights, fog, spooky scenery, and a magical evening under the light of the moon. Single tickets available and discounted family-4 packs also on sale. We highlight recommend buying tickets in advance because there are a limited supply of tickets being sold to ensure safe social distancing.
New Hampshire Halloween Events (Full Guide)
Rhode Island Halloween Events (Full Guide)The Roger Williams Park and Zoo welcome you back this year with their drive-through Jack-O'-Lantern Spectacular newly adapted for 2020! Open 7-nights a week, you'll want to book your tickets (and designated time slot) early to make sure you don't miss this magical evening for all ages.
Vermont Halloween Events (Full Guide)
Maine Halloween Events (Full Guide)
On Thursday, October 9th, join "Halloween: A Haunted History" lecture with Dustin Pari hosted on Zoom by the Auburn, ME Public Library. Be sure to pre-register to access the Zoom link.
Plan ahead for your October weekends by checking out haunted attractions on a Sunday night! This weekend there are FIFTEEN haunted attractions open this Sunday, October 11th.
Thursday, October 8th has just one haunted attraction on this night - Legends of Fear in Shelton, CT will be open for a Spooky Nights Halloween Lights - a lights-on, no actor, no-scare walkthrough of their haunted trail evening for those looking for a spooky, scare-free night under the stars.
Click for a complete list visit our Guide to which Haunted Attractions are Open Weeknights.