Halloween is just around the corner and whether you prefer tricks or treats, there's something to delight ghouls and goblins of all ages. From family friendly pumpkin parades to the scariest of haunted houses, here's a few Halloween treats to check out.
Few towns proudly call themselves a ghost town, but during the month of October, beautiful Annapolis Royal turns into a spooktacular site. Ghosts from the pages of "Bluenose Ghosts" haunt Sinclair Inn Museum and the walls of O'Dell House Museum have scary stories to tell. The town's History Gardens transform into the Ghostly Gardens After Dark where you can find a Witch's Lair and discover creatures inhabiting the Gardens.
There are daytime activities as well for those who prefer their haunting in the daylight.
RiverBreeze Corn Maze, Truro
Visit in the daytime for family fun in the corn maze, donkey rides, Bunnyville and the pumpkin upick.
If you love to be scared, come by RiverBreeze at night on Fridays and Saturdays for the Bloodfield's Fear Farm. With four haunted attractions on site, this year will double your fear and create all new nightmares. The Bloodfields are dying to meat you.
A favourite stop on any road trip, Masstown Market's Captain Cobb's Crazy Corn Maze is a destination for family fun in the fall. With Friday night movies like Hocus Pocus and Goonies, it's the perfect Halloween treat.
Halifax Citadel Ghost Tour and Halifax Ghost Tours
What secrets and ghosts haunt this historic British fort? Learn about over 30 unexplained stories of supernatural incidents as you tour through the fort by the light of a lantern. Once you've discovered the scary secrets of the Citadel, head downtown and join one of the ghost tours to find the things that go bump in the night around this centuries old city.
Scarecrows and Pumpkin People
Of course, no fall road trip is complete without a trip to the Annapolis Valley in search of Pumpkin People or to Mahone Bay to see their scarecrows.
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