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When October comes around, Connecticut towns gear up for Halloween celebrations. From ghostly legends to ghoulish attractions to family-friendly fun, there are plenty of ways to experience an authentic New England Halloween. Here are just a few of the towns that are particularly spooky this time of year, along with a few limited-time events to check out.
Featuring: Ancient Burying Ground of Hartford | City of New Haven | Cross Sound Ferry Lighthouse Cruise | Grove Street Cemetery | Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum (c.1864) | Norwalk Historical Society | Seaside Shadows Haunted History Tours | Sheffield Island Lighthouse Ferry Cruise | The Mark Twain House & Museum | The Shore Line Trolley Museum | Town of Wethersfield | Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum
Have you made your Connecticut fall bucket list yet? See how the Connecticut Office of Tourism and FOX 61 are teaming up to make sure you don’t miss a second of the fun this fall in Connecticut.
Featuring: Empower Adventure Park at Nomads | Gillette Castle State Park | Grace Farms | Middlebank | Ordinary | Priam Vineyards | Seaside Shadows Haunted History Tours | The Glass House
How do you “fall”? In Connecticut, we’ve got so many ways to make the most of the fall season—all so close to each other. By day, you can enjoy scenic foliage views, pick-your-own apple orchards and pumpkin farms. By night, take a haunted tour or a zip-line through a dark forest. Here are just a few great ideas for visiting Connecticut this fall!
Featuring: Adventure Park at Storrs | Adventure Park at the Discovery Museum | Beardsley's Cider Mill & Orchard | Connecticut Trolley Museum | Devil's Hopyard State Park | Hollister House Garden | Kent Falls State Park | Lyman Orchards | Roseland Cottage Museum | Seaside Shadows Haunted History Tours | Sleeping Giant State Park | Studio 80 + Sculpture Grounds | Talcott Mountain State Park | The Sculpture Mile
Halloween is not the only time to have a chilling encounter in Connecticut, but there's something about autumn evenings that can really give you the chills. There are many places in Connecticut where ghosts are said to lurk; in fact, Connecticut is said to be one of the states with the most paranormal activity in the country. After all, this is where the nation’s first witch trials and hangings occurred – three decades before the more famous trials in Salem, Mass. Here are a few places around the region to explore your dark side. (Warning, some aren’t for the faint of heart!)