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Halloween is around the corner and many thrill-seekers have their activities all lined-up for this mysterious event in a unique manner for everyone to enjoy.

Man people who enjoy the mysteries behind All Hollow’s Eve day will surely like to go on creepy tours to level up their scare factor. However, Halloween can also be fun, entertaining, and cute with these tours for the whole family.

Visit Disneyland

Halloween does not have to scare the heebie jeebies out of you and your family. It shouldn’t be frightening that only adults get to have a kick out of the thrill while the young ones settle for a pick-me-a-costume-and-let’s-go-trick-or-treating activity.

Disneyland is known for including everyone in every occasion and this famous theme park celebrates Halloween with so much funfare that you will forget the creepy factor of the event. The park is converted into a large gloomy and yet whimsical place decked with familiar Halloween characters you have seen from Disney movies. And pumpkins are everywhere too!

Bushes are adorned with cobwebs. you might even see some floating candles for effect!

Disneyland theme parks all over the world hold Halloween celebrations with so much festivities, both the young and old will enjoy.

You can book tours at Viator for the whole family for a one-of-a-kind spooktacular celebration at the happiest place on earth!


Visit a pumpkin patch

A trip to your local pumpkin patch with the entire family in tow is a good way to enjoy the pre-Halloween experience. There are many pumpkin patches all over the country and some even has animal corral where you can pet the farm animals like the Chesterfield Berry Farm & Market, Moseley, Virginia.

A lot of pumpkin patches around the country have activities for the young pumpkin patch goers to enjoy like picking out their cute and small pumpkins, carving lessons, photo ops, a ride on a trailer around the patch, and many more. There are restaurants and goodie shops for the whole family to love.

These are just few of the best pumpkin patches to visit in the US.

  • Linvilla Orchards, Media, Pennsylvania
  • Jumbo’s Pumpkin Patch, Middletown, Maryland
  • Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Festival, Half Moon Bay, California
  • Craven Farm, Snohomish, Washington
  • Tom Thumb Pumpkin Patch, Dallas
Photo credit: https://www.travelchannel.com/ | Jumbo’s Pumpkin Patch

Drive through ghost towns

There are several interesting abandoned towns in the US and even other parts of the world where you can drive through or join a guided tour to know more about the place and its history and inhabitants.

Some of the ghost towns in the US are protected and nothing must be touched nor taken from them.

Here are few ghost towns you can check out.

The ghost town of Calico, California

This used to be a silver-mining town in the Southern part of California which peaked during the 1880s. The San Bernardino county town has been remade as a tourist attraction and has been designated by the former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Silver Rush Ghost Town.

St. Elmo, Colorado

St. Elmo is just one of the many other ghost towns in Colorado. It flourished during the late 1800s and it shut down once the railroad plying through it also shut down in 1922. It is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is also a famous tourist attraction due to its ATV trails and the general store which is open during summers and even until October depending on the weather.

Old Cahawba, Alabama

The ghost town in Alabama is an archaeological park filled with towering masonry columns, shuttered antebellum buildings and overgrown foundations. The remains of the Chrocheron House is still a must place to see by visitors.


Halloween is a colorful, mysterious and also a fun way to spend time with your family. Go out and about and explore in a fun way! Put those memories in a photo book too when you create a travel photobook with Blurb.


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