Halloween Fun for Adults
5 Activities for Adults this Halloween
Think that Halloween is just for kids? Think again! Whether you enjoy the rush of a haunted house or prefer a good costume party, here are five fun activities for adults to partake in this Halloween season.
Enjoy this 45-minute walk-through attraction on weekends starting October 4 until October 27. There are tons of scary locations throughout the park including (but not limited to) catacombs, bat caves, a cemetery and a host of other terrifying attractions. A portion of the ticket proceeds will go towards benefitting Diabetes Research, so you can have a good time while supporting a great cause. It’s a little out of the way, but the fright is definitely worth the drive!
186 Enterprise Drive
Listen to scary stories while taking a lantern lit tour through the historic Mill Hill Graveyard in Norwalk. The tours are at 6:00pm, 7:30pm and 9:00pm, and you may even see (or hear) a few spirits creeping about during the tour. There will even be refreshments at the conclusion of the tour from the conveniently named “Deadly Grounds Coffee”.
Mill Hill Historic Park
2 East Wall Street
Take a haunting walking tour and listen to stories about “body snatching”, “ghost legends” during nightfall. You will even venture to the site where townsfolk conducted tests on alleged witches during the 17th century.
370 Beach Road
If getting the tar scared out of you does not sound exactly like your cup of tea, enjoy an evening at the Bear and Grill’s Annual Halloween Costume Party. There will be a free appetizer buffet as well as prizes awarded for the best costume.
2000 Black Rock Turnpike
Enjoy a few Halloween inspired cocktails on October 27 from 4-7 at Bottlerocket in Westport, a few of which even may even incorporate candy. Some of last year’s tasting menu included “The Classic”- Newton Chardonnay and Candy Corn and “Where There’s a Well, There’s a Way” with W.L. Weller Burbon and Milky Way Minis.
1790 Post Road East