Halloween in Bucks County
Halloween may be a little different this year, but there are still ways to enjoy the age-old spooky holiday in Bucks County this season!
- Sesame Place Spooktacular Nighttime
🎃Get spooked from a haunted train ride with the family select October dates on the New Hope Railroad. Halloween themed train rides includes the Fall Foliage steam train excursion, Haunted Halloween steam train excursion and the Trick-or-Treat excursion - perfect for kids. Please note walk-up sales are currently on hold; reservations only.
👻Try pumpkin bowling, take a hayride, get lost in the corn maze, and pick pumpkins at Hellerick’s Fall Festival. Reservations are required. Event runs all October long from 9:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. with the last Hayride running at 5:30 p.m.
🕸️ It’s time to celebrate safe, silly, and not-too-spooky fun at The Count's Halloween Spooktacular at Sesame Place® Philadelphia on select dates from September 26 through November 1. Check out two of Sesame Place’s Halloween-themed shows with physically distant seating: Who Said Boo? and, back by popular demand this season, Countdown to Halloween. Take a safe ride on The Count's Guess Who Express, participate in the costume contest and trick-or-treat around the park at special contactless stations.
NEW in 2020, grab your ghouls & boos and take the car down to the Not-Too-Spooky Halloween Drive-Thru at Sesame Place on Tuesday and Wednesday nights October 6 - 28!
- Peddler's Village Scarecrows
🎃 Hop in the car and head to the Lower Bucks Drive-Thru Halloween House tour October 17 - November 1. This new, free, community social-distancing event celebrates all things autumn and Halloween. Tour list available on the event's Facebook page starting October 10.
👻 Take the little ones to tour the open-air Scarecrows in the Village in Peddler’s Village from September 9 - October 31! Sign up for a murder mystery walking tour while you're there. Peddler's Village will not be hosting their annual Trick or Treat event this year, however, they encourage costume-wearing through the Village if you choose to visit during the Halloween weekend! As always, guests are asked to abide by the safety procedures in place.