We’re all growing up and enjoying the Halloween season in different ways . . will you now dare to explore places too frightful for our younger friends?!? Halloween for CT Teens local adventures appropriate for ages 12 and older to try over the next three weekends, other than Lake Compounce or Six Flags!
Sunday, October 28 Sugar Skull at Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts
For a mild but dark adventure try a Flashlight Corn Maze this month – Foster Family Farm hosts their last one weekend of 10/26 & 27 which is perfect outing with other teen spooks!
Haunted Trails – hayride through the trails; earlier time slots in the daylight until 6:30 for those that won’t ride in the dark. Space is limited!
Haunted Isle at The Shore Line Trolley in Branford scares big kids ages once more on Friday, 10/26 & Saturday, 10/27.
All month Fridays & Saturdays plus Tuesday, 10/31 put yourself out there at Spirits at Stowe: An Otherworldly Tour in the house where Harriet Beecher Stowe herself died.
Spirits Alive Cemetery Lantern Tour through Historic Hillside Cemetery in Cheshire, CT; Woodbury Lions Club Haunted Barn presents A Night of the Paranormal.
Trail of Terror in Wallingford every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night through October 31
Meet Anna Howard, the spirit that roams the Norwalk River on a lantern light tour through the historic graveyard. …and others from Norwalk’s colorful past. Bring a flashlight to A Haunting at Mill Hill hosted by Norwalk Historical Society – reservations recommended. Also nearby Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Ghostly Sightings Tours.
Witch’s Dungeon Classic Movie Museum presented by the Bristol Historical Society is a wax museum style tribute to the classic horror films.
West Hartford Hauntings is a spooky theatrical cemetery tour guided by the Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society.