Haunted Halloween Happenings Cape Cod 2013

Cape Cod Weekend PackagesWhen the wind howls and the leaves rustle… it’s time to break out of the Cape Cod Weekend Packages mold and get into the spirit of Halloween.

There are a ton of fun Halloween happenings going on across the Cape this month that are sure to please even the most skeptical revelers. Who doesn’t love a good fright to get the adrenaline pumping?

From Falmouth to Provincetown… here are few spooky events to help families celebrate Halloween – Cape Cod style!

Falmouth Village Association

Main Street Trick or Treat Stroll and viewing of Scarecrow Displays, Falmouth

Saturday, October 29. Parade begins at 1pm at Village Green followed by trick or treating at participating shops. In the event of rain parade will be cancelled but trick or treating will still take place!

Falmouth Museums on the Green

Dr. Francis Wicks House, Falmouth

Saturday, October 29 $3 children  $5 adults

A “Visit with the Night Watchman” will be presented on Saturday, October 29 from 6 – 9 PM. The Dr. Francis Wicks House at 55 Palmer Avenue and the surrounding grounds will be used for the flashlight tour. The mildly scary tour is best suited for families with children over the age of six.

Harvest of Horrors

Tony Andrews Farm, Old Meetinghouse Road, East Falmouth

October 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29 6:30pm to 9:00pm $10 admission

The Harvest of Horrors is the longest continuously-running haunted attraction in southeastern New England. There is a stage show that precedes the actual 3,00 sf Haunted House. It is quite scary so it is recommended for kids 10 and older. Children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult. For kids under 10 check out:

Kids Fest

Tony Andrews Farm, Old Meetinghouse Road, East Falmouth

Saturdays and Sundays 11am-3pm with a $3.00 admission

A daytime and not-as-scary version of the Harvest of Horrors haunted house; hayrides; pumpkin picking and other family-fun events.

Heritage Museums and Gardens, Sandwich

Halloween Family Fun Nights

October 28 & 29

Festive, non-scary holiday activities designed for children of all ages. There will be performances by The Toe Jam Puppet Band; games; creature-of-the-night crafts; temporary tattoos; and of course ride the carousel, and tour the Auto Museum, which is great fun for all! There will be hay rides and walks through the Hart Family Maze.

Barnstable Village Walking Ghost Tours

Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3pm

$20 Adults; $10 Kids 8-12; Kids under 8 are free

A three hour (or more) walking tour of Barnstable Village’s haunted locations, hosted by professional ghost hunters. For additional information http://www.caiprs.com/Barnstable%20Ghost%20Hunters%20Tour.htm

Brewster’s Green Halloween

Sunday, October 30 3pm-6pm at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History on Rt 6A in Brewster.

Admission is $5 per child (ages 3 – 16) and includes a Treat Bag and Scavenger Hunt punch card. Adults are FREE. (Children must be accompanied by an adult.)

Halloween in Provincetown

October 28-31

Haunted tours, masquerade ball, spooky-themed events and more.

Ghost Town Haunted Attraction

Aquarium Mall 207 Commercial Street, Provincetown

Tickets for Adults & Kids over 12

Oct. 22-23 $13, Oct. 28-31 $15

Book Your Halloween Cape Cod Stay

The weekend before Halloween this year promises to be full of fun – and fright. Some of the Best Cape Cod Hotels are filling up fast… as people fly into town to participate in all the haunted happenings. Be sure to book your Halloween Cape Cod weekend stay  - if you dare.

 

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