Oct 31, 2020

Top Events for November 2020

Halloween New England's fans know better than to think Halloween season ends October 31st, right?

There are still a number of very worthwhile events to enjoy during the first two weeks of November - and the best part? Fewer crowds, more personal experience, and an extended Halloween season all lined up for you!

Most haunts wrapped up their season last weekend but you'll find a handful who will be open into November and they would love to draw you in for a final Halloween hurrah. It's your last, best chance pack in extra thrills before your favorite season is over until next fall.

Before we close up the proverbial (blog) shop until next fall, let us express our deepest thanks to everyone who followed Halloween New England, read our blogs, visited our event picks, sent us updates and feedback about their Halloween adventures, and let others know about the resource that our site and community aims to be for Halloween fans everywhere. May you all have a wonderful "off-season" and we look forward to reconnecting in 2021 when we are optimistic there will be more Halloween events and attractions than ever!

Remarkably, Seaside Shadows Haunted History Tours in Mystic, CT keeps the haunted storytelling going strong until the end of the year!

In November you'll find twilight tours offered 6 nights until the end of the month. Book in advance for the Downtown Mystic Ghost Stroll (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturdays) and the Moonlit Mystic Graveyard Tour (Wednesday, Friday, Sundays) as they're no longer taking walk-ups

You'll want to circle Friday, November 13th--yes THAT Friday the 13th - for an encore of their special tour of Elm Grove Cemetery in Mystic, CT. If you miss it in November, you can catch their December Elm Grove tour on Sunday, December 20th.

If you're craving something spooky as you head into the holidays throughout December you'll find Seaside Shadows' Ghost of Christmas Past Moonlit Graveyard Tours held every Friday and Ghost of Christmas Past Mystic Downtown Strolls every Saturday night!


SEVEN Haunts are open this Sunday, November 1st plus a few will open up next weekend - Friday and Saturday, November 6th and 7th! Nothing makes us happier than an extra weekend on haunting. Here's the complete list on our Haunted Attractions Open in November Guide.


Legends of Fear
in Shelton, CT has one final night coming up - this 
Sunday, November 1st which will be your last chance to take in a moonlit night of haunt-going at their updated haunted trail! More about Legends of Fear.

Trail of Terror has two final nights of screams lined up in November - make a beeline to 
their wooded trail in Wallingford to visit this Sunday, November 1st, and next Saturday, November 7th. More about Trail of Terror.

Factory of Terror in Fall River wraps up their Halloween season this Sunday, November 1st at their indoor haunt. As always, advance tickets required. Factory of Terror details.

Barrett's Haunted Mansion's Screens and Screams experience in Abington, MA is open for one final night on Sunday, November 1st. It's your last chance to be terrorized by their oh-so-sinister clowns from the safety of your car while watching a horror movie on the big screen. 

New Hampshire & Maine
You'll find two Maine haunts and one in New Hampshire open through next weekend - Sunday, November 8th and one will even be open on Friday, November 13th.
Check out the full November haunt schedule to see who'll be open for you!

Rhode Island, Vermont
It looks like these two states are in haunt hibernation until next year so we recommend a New England road trip to explore some out-of-state fun. Find out where to go at our full November haunt  guide.

Event Picks for November

You might be surprised to find there are still a number of terrific 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.

 Rhode Island
Sunday, November 1st is the final night to enjoy the re-imagined drive-through  Jack O'Lantern Spectacular at the Roger Williams Zoo in Providence. The Spectacular is open every night through Sunday.
In fact, they'll be closing out their 
amazing month of pumpkins with an extra special event - the Spooktacular Experience. During this night, kids receive a trick-or-treat bag as they enter the Zoo (while in their car) to see the amazing Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular! From the safety of your vehicle, spy various characters along the trail passing out safely sealed sweet treats. The Spooktacular is offered on the final night of the season - Sunday, November 1st - and all tickets strictly sold online.

Monday, November 2nd (All Souls Day) is the last day to view the Kennebunk Brick Store Museum's virtual presentation of their annual 
All Souls Walk of Hope Cemetery! Starting Friday, October 30th  and running through Tuesday, November 2nd, for a small fee you can access "costumed interpreters portraying the historical figures, and share their stories of love, loss, and fate." This not-spooky presentation is suitable for all ages as you tour a dozen gravesites while learning local history, and tragic tales - all from home! Hosted in Maine but open to all!

In Massachusetts, on Saturday, November 7th you might enjoy The Great Pumpkin Chuck at Chestnut Hill Farm in Southborough which includes a guided hike, family fun, trebuchet pumpkin hurling, pumpkin bowling, a bonfire, hot cider and smores! Pre-register by the time-slot.

On Friday the 13th, how can you resist the special outdoor double-feature film screenings of "Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter" and "Friday the 13th: Jason Lives" at Rocky Woods in Medfield, Massachusetts and hosted by the Coolidge Corner Theatre. 

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