There are a lot of fun activities going on Cape Wide for Halloween. Here are just a few of the wide amount of events taking place. Check back here as we will be updating this often. If you have an event you want added please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Safe Trick or Treat
Where: Along Main Street Hyannis
When: 4:00 - 6:00 PM
Businesses along Main Street will pass out candy to trick or treaters!
Halloween Kids Fest
Where: Tony Andrews Farm, 394 Old
Meetinghouse Rd., Falmouth, MA
When: Saturday & Sundays in October starting October 5-October 27, 2013
There will be tractor rides, pumpkin picking and a kid friendly haunted house! (Note: I would not recommend this for children 4 and under even in the daytime) There is a cost for the Haunted House
Where: Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, 869 Main Street, Route 6A, Brewster
When: Sunday, October 27, 2013, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
The Brewster Chamber of Commerce and the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History are partnering to host Green Halloween, an afternoon of safe and spooky fun! 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.) Children can join the costume parade through the halls of the museum while searching for clues that win them entry to the Treat Trail, where goody bags will be filled. Ten activity stations feature crafts, games and music. Make flying bats and glow in the dark jelly fish, join in the pirate sing-a-long and more!
Barnstable Village's Haunted & History Walking Tour
Where: US. Coast Guard Heritage Museum , 3353 Main Street (6A), Barnstable
Fridays and Mondays from 7-10pm beginning October 4-November 15, 2013
Adults $20, Children $10
Are you looking for something out of the ordinary to fill your evenings? Join us as we walk the historic and haunted “Old Kings Highway” in Barnstable Village.. As the tour starts, you will hear stories of the conflict between the Loyalists and the American Whigs (Patriots) and how England had a stronghold on this small quaint town. There are over ten stops on the tour and eight have ghost stories. You will visit Cobb’s Hill Cemetery where many strange and unusual things have taken place. You will visit such places as the Barnstable Tavern & Restaurant where a mischievous specter lurks in the dining room. As we walk along the historic highway, there is a possibility that the tour may be followed by one of the town former residents. As the tour ends, you will enter the darken “Old Jail” built in the 1690’s by the order of Massachusetts Bay Colony Courts, which is actively haunted.
Ghost Town Haunted Attraction
Where: Aquarium Mall, 207 Commercial Street, Provincetown
When: 6-9pm on the following dates:
Friday, October 25, 2013; Saturday, October 26, 2013; Wednesday, October 30, 2013; Thursday, October 31, 2013; Friday, November 1, 2013; November 2, 2013.
Adults $17, Children $13
Prepare yourself for a frightful journey through condemned buildings, pirate ruins and scary grave-sites as you encounter terrifying creatures of the living dead. Keep your wits about you as you wind your way through areas of death, decay and doom trying to find your ultimate escape. The creatures of Ghost Town are dying for you to cross over and join them in a gruesome and grim afterlife.
Halloween Family Fun Night
Where: Heritage Museums and Gardens, 67 Grove Street, Sandwich
When: Friday, October 25 5:30 PM - Saturday, October 26, 9:00 PM
$12, Children under 2 are freeFeaturing festive, non-scary holiday kids activities, including the Toe Jam Puppet Band, games, creature-of-the-night crafts, temporary tattoos, carousel rides and more. Weather permitting, visitors will be able to explore the lighted Hart Family Maze Garden, take a tractor-pulled hay ride around the Parade Field, and play in Hidden Hollow, lighted specially for this event. Participants are welcome to dress in costume.
CAPE COD MALL HOSTS A SPOOK-TACULAR MALL-WIDE TRICK-OR-TREAT!
Where: Cape Cod Mall
When: 4pm October 31st
Cape Cod Mall hosts a fun and frightening trick-or-treating event. Come dressed in your Halloween costume and trick-or-treat throughout the mall at participating retailers that have a pumpkin sign in the window.
Harvest of Horrors
Where: Tony Andrews Farm 394 Old Meeting House East Falmouth
When: October 26 & 27 at 9pm
$10 per person
After 30 + years, the Harvest of Horrors has changed its format from a haunted house and stage show attraction to a haunted hayride throughout the trails on Tony Andrews Farm in East Falmouth, MA. Audiences will be thrilled by the surprise encounters of frightening scenarios while on the tram, and will have the added eerie experience of a haunted walk through dimly lit woods. Guests should be sure to dress appropriately and have proper footwear, and in addition should be physically able to negotiate walking on
uneven terrain at night.
16th ANNUAL TRICK OR TREAT STROLL ON MAIN STREET
Where: Along Main St Falmouth
When: Saturday, October 26, 2013 (Rain date - Sunday, October 27)
Halloween Parade begins at 1:00 PM on the Village Green. Village Merchants open their doors to hand out candy to the children as they pass by
Halloween Parade for Kids & Pups
Where: Mashpee Commons
When: Saturday, October 26, 1pm
1-2pm: Spooky activities and entertainment for the entire family.
2:30-3:30pm: Trick or treating (for kids and pups!) at the shops
3:30-5pm: Howl'oween Pawty in Central Square. Music, refreshments and entertainment.
Mashpee Dog Park will be taking photos for donations. So, make those costumes extra special.
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