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Spooky Maze and Haunted Hayride – Holliston
Want something the whole family can enjoy? Bring kids, teens, and adults to the maze and haunted hayride to enjoy the intense strobe lights, spooky props, and hidden voices that make the experience.
Monster Bash – Fitchburg
Enjoy the annual campaign event, Monster Mash. With a creepy haunted house, a bouncy house, Halloween treats, face painting and so much more, you get all of your Halloween classics plus hours of fun!
Make it Real Halloween Open House – Whitinsville
Need a fun way to keep your little kids occupied? Take them to the Make it Real Halloween Open House where kids ages 2-8 can enjoy decorating cookies, making crafts, and Halloween games and stories anytime all day. Don’t forget a costume!
Spooky Drive-in – Mendon
Scary Movie Marathon. You can’t say no. Head to the Mendon Drive-in anytime during October for classic horror movies and double features. Visit the pumpkin patch or roast some s’mores in the newly transformed Beer Garden and enjoy some delicious seasonal treats.
Fall Fest on the Common – Worcester
Ever built a scarecrow? Eaten pie until you couldn’t eat anymore? Bit a donut off a string? Well, the Fall Fest on the Worcester Common has it all from pie eating contests, to airbrush tattoos, to painting pumpkins. Eat some kettle corn or visit the petting zoo and celebrate your Halloween the right way.
Haunted Woods Hayride – Grafton
Do you dare? Take a hayride into the the haunted woods and face the demons of your nightmares. There’s a “Nightmare on Brigham Hill” and they’re waiting for you to join them.
Factory of Terror – Worcester
After 20 years of terrifying daring visitors, the Factory of Terror is pretty well versed in scary. With major set expansions, spooky props, and immensely talented actors, this will certainly be a Halloween to remember. Oh, and you can’t forget their new app “Dare to Scare” that, not only let you see live clips of terrified visitors, but allows you to activate effects and scare them yourself!
Southwick’s Zoo Boo Days – Mendon
Are you noticing extra animals and creatures at the zoo? That’s a just a little kid all dressed up! From October 24th to October 31st, kids ages 3-12 can enjoy Southwick’s Zoo for free as long as they wear their costume. Head to the Creepy Crawlies exhibit, enjoy the costume parade, or checkout which animal’s home has been gifted with pumpkins each day!
Canalloween – Worcester
Welcome to a “Nightmare on Water Street”. March in the parade in your scariest costume before you arrive at the best over-21 Halloween fun. With fifteen venues hosting the festivities of Canalloween, including costume parties, prizes, and Halloween treats, you can’t possibly be disappointed.
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