This is the last stop for spooky halloween haunted houses for 2013… I’m cutting myself off after this one. I can’t handle it anymore!
The Last Ride is one of those places where you honestly think that you might be on your last ride. The haunted hayride is probably one of the most frightening things in Syracuse…
With the trail of terror 1 & 2, screamers hollow, booville, and frightmare farms, and fright night at the fair, Syracuse is really on top of their trying to really scare you and make it count game.
The last ride is open friday – sunday from 7pm-12am. $9 for the hayride, $8 for the haunted house, $15 combo ticket & $14 for a hearse ride (really?!?)…
Tip: Bring cash with you
location: 291 Johnson Road, Palermo NY
This is the “big” weekend before Halloween…you’re bound to see lots of people wandering the streets dressed as sharknados and miley cyrus. Should be fun!
Which means, this is one of the last weekends to go to a haunted house. As you know I featured some last week to get the ball rolling, the Trail of Terror, Screamers Hollow, Booville, The original trail of terror…and now Frightmare Farms.
This is no joke guys…going to frightmare farms might result in having to sleep with the lights on for a few weeks.
This is the last weekend for Frightmare. At $12 a ticket (or $1 off for student, EMS, police, Fire and military with a valid ID) you get access to over 5000 ft of scary. Be prepared for the haunted of all haunted houses, the scariest of all scary halloween adventures…
Frightmare Farms is open Friday and Saturday from 7-10pm.
Tip: If you scare easily, ask for a candle!
Anyone going to the Zombie ball tomorrow?
Where has October gone? It’s almost over!
With that being said and last week being fright week there will still be a few haunting activities sprinkled in from now until Halloween.
The Landmark Theater is old…it’s really old… it’s gone through quite a few changes in the past (almost) 100 years…it was built in the 1920s and has seen all the changes throughout Syracuse… which means, it’s got a lot of stories to tell.
The ghost hunt is exactly what it sounds like, through the telling of stories & a spooky tour, you can have a chance to meet some of the oldest ghosts in all of Syracuse.
Remember that MTV show, Fear? Well…I used to think that was the coolest idea…setting up in an abandoned hospital, or jail and experiencing some paranormal activity…until I became terrified of ghosts and I’m now scared of the dark.
BUT, it’s still really cool to think that there’s tons of history alive in Landmark! What a great way to get to know your city, and have a fun night out with friends!
It’s Saturday October 26th from 5:30-8:30. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the Landmark Theater Box Office…or check out this deal for 50% off!
Tip: Stick around afterwards for the Zombie Ball starting at 8:30
location: Landmark Theater
Today is Apple Fest! If you’re not there, you need to drop everything and go!! Everyone is going, you’ll have FOMO if you don’t head out there!
Enchanted Beaver Lake displays more than 500 specially carved jack-o-lanterns.
It is Thursday, Oct. 24 through Sunday, Oct. 27 from 6-8:30 p.m.
It will illuminate the night sky while you get your fortune read, face painted and watch a magic show.
This is a great event for families.
Tip: $3 per person, $5 parking (advanced sale) $10 parking day of
Okay, I get it…you’re sick of hearing me talk about apples & fall & being outside…but really…I’m doing this for your own good!
The Apple Fest is one of the biggest in the area, and it’s so great! Get a chance to buy some awesome apple foods, taste the best of the best apple ciders, partake in some apple games and buy awesome crafts! There’s so much going on at the apple fest you’ll forget winter is coming!
It is this weekend, October 12 & 13th from 9-5pm! I guarantee if you go you will thank me later. AND if you’re feeling really crazy, don’t forget to sign up for the Apple Run!
There’s free parking, free entertainment and the cost of admission is only $5!
Tip: The Apple Fest coordinators have taken the hard part out of my job, they’ve compiled a list of tips for the Apple Fest here!
October is a spooky month. With all of the Halloween around it’s always cool to give yourself a bit of a fright…which is why you should check out Fright Night at the Fair.
Fright night is every Friday, Saturday & Sunday through October.
Be prepared to be scared silly with spooky halloween monsters! They’ve got haunted hayrides, clown prisons, creepy dungeons and scary haunted houses. This is certainly one of those things that you would want to gather a group of friends to come with you & do! Tickets are $20 for an all inclusive scary evening!
Tip: Follow Fright Night on facebook for more details!
location: NYS Fairgrounds