October is rapidly approaching and haunted attractions all over New England are prepping for their opening weekend! Read on to find out more about Halloween New England: your source for pumpkin patches, hayrides, haunted houses, corn mazes, ghost tours, & more here in the Northeast.
Being from New England, haunted attractions are something I look forward to every year come October. My Fall experience is not complete if I don’t visit at least one haunted corn maze, trail, or hayride. I know first-hand that sometimes finding out information about local haunts, especially if they’re hosted by farms, can be tricky. Some attractions don’t have updated websites and google’s information isn’t always accurate.
I came across Halloween New England recently while looking for said information and had to share!
I got to talking with Alexandra, the author of the site and fellow New Englander, and she mentioned that she takes the time every year to confirm and provide accurate information of Halloween events all over Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. You can count on her easy-to-navigate website for a list of haunts in your state along with their addresses, phone numbers, dates and operating hours, and even work opportunities . Needing an awesome costume for your Halloween party this year? That’s covered too. Each state on the site has a full list of Halloween stores in your area where you can find the perfect costume and decor.
As shown above, the site features ways to make the most out of your haunted attraction experience and also includes interesting info about Halloween that you might now have known. I’m so happy to have come across this site, it’s truly going to make finding attractions this year hassle-free. If you’re in the area and looking for fun things to do this Halloween season, be sure to check Halloween New England for updated info, and to learn how you can score free tickets to your favorite haunts!
If you host a Halloween attraction in the New England region and would like to add your event to the HNE website, click here.