Check back to see more Halloween events. More spooky events will surface as they arise! Eeeeeek!
Our adult oriented presentation is about New England cemetery art, history and symbolism in a 90 minute Powerpoint format. The ‘virtual tour’, called 'Welcome to The Graveyard”, takes us from colonial burial grounds, through the rural cemetery movement of the 19th century and into 21st century locations. It examines why we have cemeteries and gravestones, why they look like they do and how styles and art have evolved over almost 400 years. Prior to a committed program date, The Girls will hit the road and go through Duxbury town’s cemeteries, taking pictures for use in building the presentation and using as much local content as possible for a customized experience. This program has been tailored for many different towns and groups, for presentations at historical societies, genealogy groups, libraries and others for more than fifteen years. Registration is required 2 weeks prior to the program.
GHOST SHIP HARBOR is the only Haunted House Attraction on the East Coast the takes place on a Navy Ship! It has 4 attractions that you can enjoy while here. A General admission and Fast pass ticket will get you in to the 3 haunted houses while a Paranormal VIP experience pass will give you access to all 3 attractions plus the paranormal experience. In 2009 the popular show Ghost Hunters did an episode on the USS Salem which has lead paranormal investigators from all over wanting to do their own investigations.
Every year we revamp the attractions to give you a totally new experience. 2018 will be the same! Ghost Ship Harbor is home to Boston Areas only Haunted Ship!
October is here, and that means Hell Week is around the corner! Awaken your inner athlete in this spooky series of 8 workouts leading up to Halloween Day, October 31st. Each challenge will push you, both mentally and physically, to achieve new milestones in your fitness journey. Did we mention you will earn a coveted Hell Week shirt upon completion of 5 of the 8 total workouts?
Every Wednesday in October we will be rocking a fun theme to get into the spirit! Dig out your best outfits and costumes and get ready for these spirited classes at OTF Kingston!
Prizes will be rewarded for the best costume in each class!
October 3rd - Boston Sports Day: Come to class repping your favorite sports team! We ♥ the Patriots, Bruins, Red Sox, Celtics, and Revolution!
October 10th - I Love The 80's Day: Break out your leg warmers, scrunchies and best 80's gear, as we jam out to Madonna, Duran Duran and some Michael Jackson all day long!
October 17th - Superhero Day: Whether it's Spiderman, Batman, Batgirl, Wonder Woman or Superman, we want to see your best superhero garb as you power through this workout!
October 24th - All Out Orange Day: Let's see your favorite orange apparel! Bonus points to anyone who rocks orange head to toe!
October 31st - Halloween Extravaganza: Rock your favorite classic halloween costume to get your sweat on before indulging in your favorite candy and treats!
October 20th, 2018- Alden Historic House 4pm-8pm. Something Magical is Brewing at Alden House! Ride your broomstick over to the Alden House Historic Site for a spooktacular night of family fun.
The museum’s popular 16th annual Haunted House event includes (mildly) frightfully haunted tours of the historic Alden House, monster mash disco, face painting, kids’ games and activities, maze, and haunted trail walk. Suitable for all ages; costumes are encouraged. $6 per person.
Join DRHS Archivist & Historian Carolyn Ravenscroft on another of her popular cemetery tours. The Old Burying Ground is the oldest continuously-maintained cemetery in the U.S. and is the location of the First Meeting House in Duxbury; it is adjacent to land owned by the DRHS, the site of the Second Meeting House.
Sometimes called the Standish Burial Ground, the site has the grave of Myles Standish, as well as other early settlers, including John & Priscilla Alden.
$10 members/$15 non-members, children under 12 are free. Admission collected at the start of the tour (cash, please). Parking available along Pilgrim Byway or in the Hall’s Corner parking lots (short walk).
OLD BURYING GROUND CEMETERY TOUR OLD- DUXBURY HISTORICAL & RURAL SOCIETY
Join members of the Spooky Crew from Spooky Southcoast as they present AN EERIE NIGHT AT EDAVILLE 2018 at Edaville Family Theme Park on Saturday, October 20, 2018.
Once the lights go out and all the families have left the park for the day, we get the entire park to ourselves for a one-of-a-kind investigation.
Edaville sits on 250 acres of the former cranberry plantation of founder Ellis D. Atwood, on land that was once inhabited by the Wampanoags and saw some of the battles of King Philip’s War. Atwood started building what would later become known as Edaville Railroad in the late 1940s, and it would become a beloved attraction. People come from all over to ride the two-foot narrow-gauge railroad, and enjoy the many rides on the midway. There is also a museum dedicated to the history of the cranberry industry.
But after a dormant period just prior to the new millennium, current owner Jon Delli Priscoli has put his heart and soul into expanding on Ellis Atwood’s original vision, and has been adding new attractions to Edaville since 2002.
In past investigations of Edaville, we’ve encountered shadow figures in the basement of the museum building…phantom screams in the “suicide house,” where three people have killed themselves over the years…and lots of other mysterious phenomena along the midway, on the train and in DinoLand.
This will be the first time we’ve investigated Edaville in October, however. Who knows what spooky happenings could occur so close to Halloween?
Tickets for this event are just $99 each, and are limited. That price includes dinner, snacks and drinks all night, lectures, and hours of guided investigation.
Your evening will begin at 7 p.m. EST with a train ride around the park. That will be followed by a pizza dinner, an overview of paranormal investigation and then hours of guided investigation, all the way until 1:30 a.m.
Edaville Family Theme Park’s first annual “Not So Spooky Halloween.” Guests are encouraged to dress up in their favorite costumes and head on over for a full day of kid friendly, parent approved trick or treating at every ride! FEATURING big kid rides, little kid rides, family rides, COME HAVE THE TIME OF YOUR LIVES! Admission includes Thomas Land, Dino Land, all rides & attractions.
Spooky World presents Nightmare New England and the Haunted Hayride invites visitors to venture into their twisted trails of terror for a night they won’t forget. Now home to 5 SEPARATE haunted attractions, the Monster Midway, zombie paintball, go-karts, mini-golf, batting cages, carnival concessions, tarot card readers, fire-pits and bars –there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Dead of Night Ghost Tours~Join us for a truly unforgettable time of ghosts, history, excitement, and fun!~
90 Min. Twilight Lantern Ghost Tours
Walk the oldest streets in America. Hear real accounts of local paranormal activity and visit the locations of frequent ghost sightings and haunts. Learn local legends and folklore, tales of mystery and the macabre. See the original burial site of plymouth's Pilgrims. Walk down one of the oldest streets in America towards the old Town Square, said to be forever cursed by king Philip. Accend to Burial Hill Were tombstones remain, dating back to the 1600's. Hear why spirits roam these winding paths, and learn how to capture them on film. Be sure to bring your camera!
Filmed by Fox News in July of 2005, aired July 8th 2005. Also filmed by British Broadcasting (B.B.C.), Ireland in April of 2006, aired in October of 2006.
Tickets sell out daily, so reserve your spot now!
It’s not the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. It’s thousands of them. Row after row of carved, illuminated pumpkins make the Jack O’Lantern Spectacular a great way to get in the spirit of Halloween, starting at the very beginning of October.
The Roger Williams Zoo in Providence has been hosting this festive event since 1988, and its popularity continues to grow. The creativity and intricacy of the carving is a treat to behold. Recent years have featured creative takes on the movies Titanic and Lord of the Rings. This year's theme is titled "American Treasures," which will feature a celebration of our nation's history and culture through postage stamps.
The Pumpkin Trail is open every evening from October 4 through November 4, rain or shine, with tickets available from 6:00pm to 11:00pm (the trail closes at 10:30pm.) On Saturdays, the trail stays open one hour later. Prices range from $15 for adults, $12 for children (ages 2-12) Monday through Thursday and $18 for adults, $15 for children Friday through Sunday. Under two are free. For more information on the festival or the Zoo in general, visit their website at