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Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Come as you are and have a frightfully spooky Halloween in Lancaster County. From haunting theatre to ghost tours to thrilling coaster rides, experience one or more of these after dark attractions.

Opening September 12 and every weekend through November 9, Field of Screams offers a number of heart-stopping attractions such as Haunted Hayride, Den of Darkness, and Frightmare Asylum.  Each attraction is unique and filled with horrifying thrills and terror.  Located in Mountville, you can purchase tickets for one or all of the attractions.  Live bands, special events and competitions are held each weekend.

Hear seldom-told folklore stories and walk among the long-departed spirits. Experience an entertaining evening on The Candlelight Walking Tour. Your costumed tour guide will share frightening tales of haunted mansions, eerie graveyards and spirits that roam the historic streets of Strasburg. Tours are available Friday and Saturday in September, nightly in October and Saturdays in November. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the website.

Experience Hersheypark in the Dark with its thrilling “roller ghosters,” spooktacular attractions and live entertainment. Open weekends in October and November from October 17 to November 2. Hersheypark is transformed into a Halloween treat and after 9:00 pm take the opportunity to ride the Lightning Racer, Wildcat and Comet with the track lights OFF for a frightfully fun time. Enjoy your favorite Halloween tunes performed by the “Bunsen & The Burners” and the “Screaming Mummies.”  Encounter creatures of the night at Zoo America. Bring your flashlight and get a glimpse of more than 200 native North American animal’s nighttime habits. Visit the website (link) for times, prices and to purchase tickets online.

Guests to the Historic Mount Hope Mansion in Manheim will experience the tales of Poe Evermore. The year is 1846, and Mr. Edgar Allan Poe and his Louisiana natives will share haunting works of mystery, horror and suspense. Beginning November 5 through November 16, mid-week and weekend performance are available. Make it a lunch and a show or dinner and a show at the Anchor & Mermaid Tavern adjacent to the Mount Hope Mansion. There are limited meal and show combination tickets. For meal and show times and availability visit the website. Reservations are recommended and tickets can be purchased online.