Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Halloween Weekend Attractions Happening in Cape Cod

Halloween is celebrated virtually everywhere. It's one of America's favorite holidays. Children (and even adults) dress up as whomever they like, people decorate houses to look haunted, and everyone carves at least one pumpkin during the season.

Cape Cod is no exception, and there have even been rumors that Cape Cod is one of the most haunted regions in New England. Not only is it a vacation hot spot, it has more than 400 years of history linked to it, along with paranormal events on land...and in the ocean.

This weekend is Halloween, and that means the haunted festivities are upon us. Cape Cod is full of Halloween attractions. Here are the best ones to check out this year:

Harvest of Horrors

Located on Tony Andrews Farm, this is one of the longest-running haunted attractions in New England. A stage show precedes the Haunted House. The attraction is not recommended for children under the age of 10 and any children under the age of 16 should be accompanied by an adult.


Kids Fest

For children under the age of 10, Kids Fest is much more their scale. This is also located on Tony Andrews Farm and takes place Saturday and Sundays in the fall. This attraction is a day-time event, one of that is much more friendly for younger children. It includes a less scary version of Harvest of Horrors Haunted House, hayrides, pumpkin picking, and other family-friendly events.


"Dead Silence" Haunted Attraction

This interactive theater, which benefits Provincetown Public Library, immerses its visitors into a terrifying tale. It is an annual nightmare celebration that includes shocking special effects, scary stories, and mysteries. All the proceeds go to the Provincetown Public Library to support the community.

This is a guest post provided by The Whalewalk Inn and Spa, a comfortable bed and breakfast located in Cape Cod.

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