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Halloween Fun in Bucks County


Halloween Fun in Bucks County

Martin Millner

Martin Millner is a realtor based in Bucks County, Pennsylvania...

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Bucks County has everything you need to enjoy Halloween, from fall festivals to freaky and frightening fun. Embrace the autumn season in Bucks County during of one of the most picturesque times of year in the countryside.

🎃Get spooked from a haunted train ride with the family on the New Hope Railroad during their Haunted Halloween Event thru Oct - 31.

👻Try pumpkin bowling, take a hayride, get lost in the corn maze, and pick pumpkins at Hellerick’s Fall Festival. With over 45 activities for kids and adults, there’s plenty of fun for everyone thru November 3. Evening hayrides are only open weekends until October 27.

🕸️Bring the kids in costume to Sesame Place and join the Sesame Street gang at The Count's Halloween Spooktacular! Don’t miss themed shows, rides and of course, trick-or-treating. Catch the parade on weekends!

🎃The colors outside collide with the colors of Autumn Exhibition as award-winning artists Frank Arcuri, Dot Bunn, Katharine Krieg, Janine Dunn Wade and many more feature their fall-inspired landscape and still-life paintings at Patricia Hutton Galleries in Doylestown until November 24.

👻Tour Pennsbury Manor before touring your neighborhood for candy. A guide will take you on a 1 ½ hour tour through William Penn’s 17th century estate, which includes the Manor House and Kitchen House. Tours are 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., and 3:30 p.m.

🕸️Leave the treats outside, turn off your lights, and come see a 7:30 p.m. showing of “Next to Normal” at Bristol Riverside Theatre on October 31. The award-winning musical explores a family dealing with bipolar disorder.

🎃What is the origin of Halloween? Test your knowledge during PUB TRIVIA every Thursday until December 19 at Naked Brewing Company. A food truck and beer will help fuel your answers. Happy hour from 4 - 6 p.m.; trivia starts at 7:30 p.m.

👻 Take the little ones to a free Halloween Spooktacular in the Village! Come to Peddler’s Village on October 25 from 4-8 p.m. dressed in costume for trick-or-treating in the Village shops. Make a creepy create to take home and be a part of the pumpkin-carving contest on the green!

Additional Events:

Thru October 31

Take a wagon ride down to the patch for the perfect pumpkin and enjoy a variety of inflatable attractions, a giant corn maze and more at PumpkinFest thru October 31. On select evenings, stay for PumpkinFest After Dark, a not-so-scary event for the younger kids, featuring a moonlit corn maze and more. At nightfall on weekends, the friendly farm turns into a den of terror! HorrorFest invites visitors to walk through the Barn of Horror, test your bravery as you trek through the bloody fields of Carnage, ride through the spooky woods on the Hayride of Horror and face aliens head-on at the 3-D Alien Encounter beginning September 28. Plus, check out their all new in 2019 Sunflower Maze open September 14 & 15!

Thru November 3

Bring the little ones and your best Halloween costumes to Sesame for a family-friendly Halloween tradition, The Count's Halloween Spooktacular! Find your way through two mazes, enjoy three Halloween shows, take a thrilling hayride with your favorite furry friends and watch an exciting Neighborhood Street Party Halloween Parade.

Thru November 2

Explore the darker side of Bucks County during one of the many haunted hayrides in the area such as Valley of Fear's Original Haunted Hayride in the woods behind Phoenix Sport Club, where you can hop off the hayride and test your aim in Zombie Paintball.

Thru November 2
Sleepy Hollow Acres offers a bone chilling mile and a quarter long hayride throughout the premises. Take a ride on this terrifying hayride if your nerves are up for a scare! After these spooky experiences warm up with family and friends near the warmth of the bonfires and live music.

October 27 & 28

Celebrate the changing of the leaves, the chill in the air and Halloween at Froehlich's Farm Fall Festival. New in 2019 is their “Cow Train,” a horse drawn wagon perfect for little ones. Enjoy a hayride around the 100-acre farm, get lost in a three-acre corn maze, find the perfect pumpkin from the farm's patch, ride your favorite pony, build a scarecrow, win prizes and warm up with some hot cider!

Thru October 31st

Fall may be known for its beauty, but it is also one of the spookiest times of year and Bucks County has plenty of ways to terrify you during the month of October. Grab a flashlight and take to the streets with Ghost Tours of New Hope to hear the chilling tales of the area's former residents who may have never left during a lantern-led walk.

Cost: $25 VIP, $15 General Admission, Free for Bucks Students with ID

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