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Have A Haunting Halloween In Frightful Philadelphia This October

Visitors can trial the live haunted house experience Terror Behind The Walls at Eastern State Penitentiary, travel through chilling scenes during the Haunted Hayride at Arasapha Farm, or check-in to the Bates Motel. For younger visitors, over 5,000 hand carved jack o’ lanterns will be available to view at Jack’s Pumpkin Glow and Elmo will take part in Halloween-themed performances at the Sesame Place theme park during The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular.  
Terror Behind the Walls at Eastern State Penitentiary 
Those looking for the ultimate scare this Halloween should be sure to visit Terror Behind the Walls – a live haunted house experience integrated within Eastern State Penitentiary. For more information, visit www.easternstate.org/halloween.  
Let Your Senses Be Riddled with Fear At Bates Motel and Haunted Hayride
For nearly 30 years, the Haunted Hayride at Arasapha Farm has been scaring visitors with heart-pounding thrills and scares. For more information, visit www.thebatesmotel.com.
Pumpkins Are the Stars of The Show at Jack’s Pumpkin Glow
Visitors to Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park can welcome autumn by venturing through Jack’s Pumpkin Glow, an illuminated pumpkin patch and trail filled with over 5,000 hand carved jack o’ lanterns. For more information and to buy tickets, visitwww.glowpumpkin.com/philadelphia
Family-Friendly Fun With Elmo and the Cookie Monster At Sesame Place 
The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular at the Sesame Place theme park features well-known and loved characters such as Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird in live Halloween musical performances plus a Street Parade with giant floats. For more information, visit www.sesameplace.com/philadelphia/events/halloween-spooktacular/.
For more information on Philadelphia, visit the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau’s website, www.discoverPHL.com

 

Posted by: Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau
Posted on: 17/10/2019

Have A Haunting Halloween In Frightful Philadelphia This October - by Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau

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