Where to Get your Scare This Hallowe’en:
Randall House Museum: Randall’s Hallowe’en House
Randall’s Hallowe’en House is a family friendly event (ages 4+), with ghost stories, fortune telling, and other Hallowe’en fun and games. Costumes are encouraged. Baked goods and barbeque items will also be available for purchase. All proceeds from this spooky (but not too spooky) fundraising event to benefit the museum.
Showtimes: Saturday October 27: 4pm, 6pm, and 8pm.
Sunday October 28: 2pm and 6pm.
Where: Randall House Museum, 259 Main St, Wolfville.
Price: adults: $15.00, children: $5.00.
Macdonald Museum Haunted House
Join in the fun and fright as the Town of Middleton presents the annual Haunted House at Macdonald Museum! There is a games/fun room set up on the first floor for those who don’t care to be scared!
Showtime: Tuesday October 30, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Where: 21 School Street, Middleton, NS
Price: Free. Donations to the museum appreciated.
Willowbank Farm Spooktacular
With the haunted corn maze, fireworks, games, bonfire, and barbeque, it’s a fun night for the whole family! Families are invited to travel the corn maze. As the sun goes down, friendly ghosts and witches will show you the way. As the night gets darker, demons begin to frighten those who dare to enter. All proceeds go to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Annapolis Valley.
Showtime: 6pm, October 27.
Where: Willowbank Farm
110 Starr’s Point Loop, Port Williams, NS
Price: $5 per person. Cash only at the door. Pre-schoolers are admitted at no charge.
Haunted Churchill House presents “House of Eternal Death”
Every October the Hantsport Memorial Community Centre transforms the historic Churchill House into a Haunted House! All monies raised support the facilities, programs and events.
Showtimes: 7pm – 9:30pm, October 19, 20, 26, 27
Children’s Haunted House event October 21, 2pm -4pm
Where: Churchill House, 6 Main Street, Hantsport
Haunted Churchill house: at the door: $10. Advanced tickets: $10, buy one get one 50% off
Children’s event: $5. Advanced tickets: $5, buy 2 get 1 free
Where to buy tickets:
Daniel’s Flower Shop, Windsor
Hantsport Home Hardware
Phantom’s Freakshow Haunted House and Haunted Corn Maze at Stirling’s Fruit Farms
Phantom’s FreakShow Haunted House is back for their fourth year at Stirling Fruit Farms in Wolfville (located in the warehouse across the street from the farm market). Groups of 2-3 people enter as willing victims, and then they begin a twisted journey into the depths of the tortured warehouse. This event was created by special effects make-up technicians, and offers nightmare inspiring creatures that lurk in the darkness, professional set design, and a psychological roller coaster, including lots of screams (not recommended for small children and the weak of heart). New this year: the haunted corn maze (during evening shows only). This event supports the IWK Foundation.
Thursday October 25: 7pm-10pm
Fridays (October 19 & 26): 7pm-10pm
Saturdays (October 20 & 27): 1pm -5pm & 6:30pm – 10pm
Sundays (October 21 & 28): 1pm – 5pm
Where: Stirling’s Farm Market (Greenwich), 10317 Nova Scotia Trunk 1, Wolfville
Haunted House: $12 (ages 10 and older)
$10 (children under 10 years of age)
Haunted Corn Maze: $5 (additional charge to be paid at the u-pick shack.)
Where to buy tickets: Cash accepted at the door.
B.A Fraid Toy Factory presented by Creep Crew
A haunted house experience happening Friday and Saturday nights during the month of October to raise funds for Open Arms and Misfit Manor Dog Rescue. Creep Crew is a group of volunteers that come together annually to create a haunted experience for brave visitors during the month of October. In the past, visitors have survived the Haunted Hollow, Creepy CarnEVIL, the Infirmary of Lost Souls, and the Dead End Motel.
Showtimes: Friday and Saturday nights, 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Where: Kentville Post Office basement, 495 Main Street, Kentville
Price: $10 per person
Where to buy tickets: Cash at the door.
Valley Ghost Walks
Let Jerome the GraveKeeper and his ghostly friends inform and entertain on these family-friendly historical tours. Walks happen rain or shine (or snow), so bring an umbrella and warm clothes if need be.
Showtimes: Thurs. October 18, Clock Park, Wolfville.
Monday October 29, Hantsport.
Tuesday October 30 : Cornwallis Inn Kentville.
Wednesday October 31, Clock Park, Wolfville.
Price: $20 Adults, $15 Students & Seniors 65+
(includes HST & Ticketpro fees)
‘Cash-only’ tickets available before each walk.
Tickets are also available for purchase at any Ticketpro location, including:
Cochrane’s Pharmasave – Wolfville
Home Hardware – Windsor
Wilson’s Pharmasave – Kentville
Wilson’s Pharmasave – Berwick
Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens Presents Ghostly Gardens
A hauntingly good time for the whole family at the Historic Gardens! As you explore the Ghostly Gardens, you will meet ghosts, grim reapers, witches and other interesting creatures. Visit the Witch’s Lair, Bat Cave, Witchsteria Arbour, Giant Spider Web, and much more. And be sure to linger a while in the Musician’s Graveyard, where Johnny Cash, Hank Snow and Elvis are buried! If you visit after dark, have a hot chocolate at the Elm Street Cafe, and roast a marshmallow over the Courtyard bonfire. For the young and young at heart, try a little eyeball bowling, or the bone dig.
Where: Historic Gardens, 441 St. George Street
Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia
Showtimes: Ghostly Gardens by Daylight: October 19-31, 9am-5pm.
Ghostly Gardens After Dark! October 19, 20, 26, 27, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Price (online or at the door): Daylight: suggested donation of $10 per family.
After dark: $7 regular, or $5 for children (12 & under)
Image: The Autumn People by Ron and Sandra Lightburn