2017 Not-So-Scary Halloween Activities in Richmond

Not So Scary Halloween ActivitiesFor some of us, there’s nothing better than being scared out of our wits during the Halloween season. For others, dealing with toddlers every day is scary enough…so when Halloween rolls around, we’re looking for some not-so-scary Halloween activities.

While there are plenty of ways to spend a haunted Halloween in Richmond, there are also many events that are family-friendly and fright-free, which is especially important for little ones who cry even when a friendly clown (not to mention the scary Halloween kind) looks at them. With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite Halloween and fall-themed events that are perfect for everyone in the family, from adults and teens, right down to the little ones. And, because many of the following events let you and the kids dress up, you’ll get to make the most of those costumes you spend months planning and a small fortune paying for!

Take a look at these upcoming events in the Richmond and if there’s a fright-free (or not too scary) event that we might have overlooked, let us know at cs@richmondmom.com!

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Events Throughout October
One-Time Events and Activities for Halloween

Events Throughout October

Ashland Berry Farm

12607 Old Ridge Rd
Beaverdam, Virginia 23015
(804) 227-3601

When: Monday – Friday: 1 pm – 6 pm, Saturday, and Sunday: 10 am – 5 pm
Cost: Free admission; Activities like 3D Boo House, Fort Pumpkin, and Animal Corral have a fee
Costumes? Optional
Ages: All ages

Ashland Berry Farm has officially kicked off the fall season with Halloween activities, including a 3-D Boo House and Fort Pumpkin, available every weekend from now until the end of October. And, of course, you can visit the pumpkin patch, the Country Store or the Halloween-themed Nightmare Gift Shop any day between 1 pm – 6 pm.

Be sure to bring some muscle with you, because Ashland Berry Farm is also offering All-You-Can-Carry pumpkins for $20 – all season long.


Fall Family Festival & Pumpkin Patch

Cross Creek Garden Center
501 Courthouse Road
Richmond, VA 23236
(804) 794-9760

When: Every Saturday and Sunday in October; 11 am – 4 pm
Cost: Free admission; pumpkin painting – $5; “Haunted Hayride” – $2 (children under 2 are free)
Costumes? Optional
Ages: All ages

The Cross Creek Fall Family Festival & Pumpkin Patch is perfect for kids of all ages – and parents, too. Pick pumpkins to take home, but be sure to stay for other Halloween activities, including pumpkin painting, a “haunted” hayride that is just the right amount of spooky (but not scary) for younger participants, and a free bounce house. While you’re there, visit the turkeys and goats and enjoy gourmet food from local food trucks (available October 14-15 and 21-22).


Great Pumpkin Fest

King’s Dominion
16000 Theme Park Way
Doswell, VA 23047

When: Select weekends from September 23 – October 29, 2017. See a full calendar here.
Cost: Included with general admission tickets.
Costumes? Optional, but encouraged!
Ages: All ages (includes rides designed for kids 60” and under).

Head out to King’s Dominion for a day of fearless Halloween fun for the whole family. The Great Pumpkin Fest includes some of your favorite “Peanuts” characters, like Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus and more. Join in the Halloween fun with pumpkin decorating, a petting zoo, special games, live events and more. The Great Pumpkin Fest is included with regular admission. Click here to learn about how you can get tickets as low as $33.50.


Halloween Festival

Chesterfield Berry Farm
26002 Pear Orchard Road
Moseley, Virginia
(804) 739-2404

When: September 23 – November 5, 2017; Saturdays and Sundays; 9 am – 5 pm
General Admission$12; includes hayride to the pumpkin patch, unlimited play in the Fun Zone, corn maze admission and more.
Farm Fun Pass – $15; includes hayride to the pumpkin patch, unlimited play in the Fun Zone, corn maze admission, one barrel train ride, one wagon train ride, mini-animal feeding cup and more.
Ultimate Farm Fun Pack – $18; includes hayride to the pumpkin patch, unlimited play in the Fun Zone, corn maze admission, kids’ corn maze admission, unlimited barrel train rides, unlimited wagon train rides, Scary Fun Barn admission, one round of paintball, “Maze-O-Vision” glasses, one large mini-animal feeding cup, one drink ticket and more.

Costumes? Optional
Ages: All ages

This family-owned and -operated farm has been a local favorite for years. And now every weekend in October, you can head to the farm for Halloween fun that will keep kids of all ages entertained. Stop by for special Halloween treats, games and more! Other activities include:

  • Hayrides to the pumpkin patch
  • 2017 “Pirate Ship” Corn Maze
  • A “Kids’ Corn Maze”
  • Kids’ “Fun Zone”
  • Paintball
  • Wagon train rides
  • Barrel train rides
  • “Scary” Fun Barn
  • Mini-Animal Feeding area
  • Much, much more!

One-Time Events and Activities for Halloween

(Chronological order)

“Spooky” Halloween Wreath Making Class

Fairfield Area Library
1001 N. Laburnum Ave.
Henrico, VA 23223-2705
(804) 501-1930

When: Thursday, October 5, 2017; 7 pm – 8 pm
Cost: Call (804) 501-1930 for costs
Costumes? No
Ages: Adult

Make your Halloween even more spooktacular with special decorations. Join your friends at the Fairfield Area Library to make a spooky black wreath for your door or wall while listening to creepy Halloween tunes from the library’s digital Hoopla music collection. Register here.


RVA Craft Clique DIY Pumpkin Painting

Build, RVA
3301-C Rosedale Avenue
Richmond, VA 23230

When: Monday, October 9, 2017; 6:30pm – 8pm
Cost: $20 (covers supplies and room rental, please bring your own real or faux pumpkin)
Costumes? No
Ages: All ages (kids will need adult supervision)

Join RVA Craft Clique for a fun-filled night of pumpkin decorating that includes carving pumpkins, as well as using supplies like acrylic paints, Mod Podge, tissue paper, glitter, flat back gems, googly eyes, and more to make your pumpkin truly one-of-a-kind. Purchase your craft ticket online, or pay in person at the event.


Gourds, Goblets and Ghouls Festival

Hanover Vegetable Farm
13580 Ashland Road
Ashland, VA 23005
(804) 752-2334

When: Saturday, October 14 and Sunday, October 15, 2017; 11 am – 6 pm
Cost: Non-pumpkin ticket: $8 advance purchase, $10 at the gate;  Pumpkin ticket (includes a pumpkin): $13 advance purchase, $15 at the gate; Haunt and Festival ticket (Saturday only): $25 advance purchase, $35 at the gate – this ticket includes admission to the Red Vein Haunted House beginning at 7:30 pm.
Costumes? No
Ages: All ages

Join the fun at Hanover Vegetable Farm this October 14th and 15th with their annual Gourds, Goblets and Ghouls Festival. There will be live music, wine and beer tastings, food trucks and fall activities for the whole family, including hay rides, pumpkin picking, corn mazes, a moon bounce, a petting barn, face painting and much more. Please remember that the family-friendly festival ends at 6 pm and their scary haunt doors open at 7:30 pm.


A Night of Suspense by On The Air Radio Players

The Cultural Arts Center of Glen Allen
2880 Mountain Rd
Glen Allen, VA 23060
(804) 261-ARTS

When: Tuesday, October 17 and Wednesday, October 18, 2017; 7:30 pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? No
Ages: Parental discretion

On the Air Radio Players will be presenting a live radio show entitled “A Night of Suspense” just in time for Halloween. Enjoy two classic macabre suspense scripts from the “Golden Age of Radio” (1930s-1950s), together with an original frame story. Be a part of the live audience featuring live music and sound effects. For more information, call (804) 501-5859.


Taylor’s SpookieFUN Fest

Friday, October 20 at:
Pole Green Park
8996 Pole Green Park Lane
Mechanicsville, VA 23116

Saturday, October 21 at:
Poor Farm Park
13400 Liberty School Rd.
Ashland, VA 23005

When: Friday, October 20 and Saturday, October 21, 2017; 5 pm – 8:30 pm
Cost: Free admission; candy is $1/bag; concession for sale
Costumes? Most definitely!
Ages: Families and children under 12

Head out in your best Halloween costume for a night of flashlight toy and candy hunting, trick-or-treat booths, rides, games, photos op and much more. Best of all, you can visit with Taylor, the Hanover Parks and Rec mascot, and his Disney and Superhero friendsOn 10/20, visit with Elsa, Little Mermaid, Batman & Superman and on 10/21, see Elsa, Cinderella, Little Mermaid and Batman. Rides and games are designed for kids under 12, so you might want to leave your older kids at home.


First Annual Halloween Fun Run & 5K

Heritage Public Library
7791 Invicta Lane
New Kent, VA 23124

When: Saturday, October 21, 2017; 7am (sign-in and packet pick-up) until 10am
Cost: Early Bird 5k (until September 25) – $20; Early Bird Fun Run (until September 25) – $10; After September 25 – $25 (5k) and $15 (Fun Run)
Costumes? Yes
Ages: All ages

Put on your Halloween finery and head out for some family fun! The Heritage Public Library is hosting their first annual Halloween 5k and Fun Run to raise money for the library. Register before September 25 to save $5 on your registration fee.


Henrico Harvest Festival

Meadow Farm Museum
3400 Mountain Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060
(804) 652-1455

When: Saturday, October 21, 2017; 12pm-4pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? Optional
Ages: All ages

Bring in the fall with Henrico Recreation and Parks’ Harvest Festival. The events will be held at the Meadow Farm Museum at Crump Park and will feature live music, hands-on activities and demonstrations like candle making and apple pressing, as well as a pumpkin patch, pumpkin decorating, a petting zoo and more. Be sure to stick around for the “punkin’ chunkin’” event where you and your family can see who can sling a pumpkin the furthest! The Mobile Library Service will be there with plenty of great books to read and information about the many programs available at local libraries. You can even register for a library card on-site.


Hotel Transylvania

Henrico Theatre
305 E. Nine Mile Road
Henrico, VA   23075
(804) 652-1460

When: Saturday, October 21, 2017; showtimes at 2pm and 5pm
Cost: $1 admission and $1 concessions
Costumes? No
Ages: All ages

Get in the Halloween spirit with a special screening of Hotel Transylvania (PG). Join Count Dracula and his kooky band of monster friends in this hilarious Transylvanian tale. Show times are at 2pm and 5pm.   


Goblins and Gourds 

Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens – The Children’s Garden
1800 Lakeside Avenue
Richmond, VA 23228
(804) 262-9887

When: Sunday, October 22, 2017; 1pm – 4pm
Cost: Regular Admission: $13/Adults, $11/Seniors (55+), $8/Children (3-12). Children under 3 free. FREE for Members.
Costumes? No
Ages: All ages

Enjoy a special Harvest Festival in the beauty of Lewis Ginter’s gardens. The event is perfect for kids of all ages and features live music, pumpkin decorating, storytelling and more in the Children’s Garden. The event is included with a regular admission.



Fairfield Library
1001 N Laburnum Ave
Richmond, VA 23223
(804) 501-1930

When: Tuesday, October 24, 2017; 7pm
Cost: FREE
Costumes? Optional
Ages: Elementary (Grades K-5)

Add a little magic to your Halloween this year with Fairfield Library’s SPOOK-TA-CULAR Magic Show. The show stars the Amazing Mr. B and promises a fun-filled evening, complete with Halloween treats.


Fear the Undead Island

North Park Branch Library
8508 Franconia Road
Richmond, VA 23227
(804) 501-1970

When: Wednesday, October 25, 2017; 6:30pm – 8pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? No
Ages: Tweens (grade 4-6) and Teens (grades 6-12)

Get in the spirit of Halloween with a night of mystery. Imagine that in your mailbox, you’ve found a mysterious invitation with your name, a date, a time and a place. There, you must gather with a group of brave souls as the clock begins to tick. You have one hour to find and solve clues that will prevent the coming of an apocalypse sure to destroy civilization! Recommended for between 4th and 12th grade.


Make Your Own Sock Monster

Ashland Branch Library
201 S Railroad Avenue
Ashland, VA 23005
(804) 798-4072

When: Wednesday, October 25, 2017; 5pm – 6pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? Optional
Ages: 5-10 years-old

Learn how to make an awesome monster using just a sock, buttons, felt, needle, and thread.  It’s a great silly, spooky way to get ready for Halloween!


Spooky Storytelling and Crafts

Belmont Branch Library
3100 Ellwood Avenue
Richmond, VA 23221
(804) 646-1139

When: Wednesday, October 25, 2017; 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? Yes
Ages: Appropriate for children ages 8 and up.

Get ready for a spooky good time at the Belmont Branch Library. Hear scary stories and make creepy crafts just in for the Halloween holiday. Costumes welcome and encouraged.


Fall Festival

Varina Library
1875 New Market Rd
Henrico, VA 23231
(804) 501-1980, ext. 4

When: Thursday, October 26, 2017; all day
Cost: Free
Costumes? Optional
Ages: All ages

Celebrate the coming of Fall at the Varina Area Library. Decorate pumpkins, learn to weave a web like a spider, join in for storytelling and much more! There will be family-friendly games, crafts and treats all day.


Halloween Tales

Glen Allen Branch Library
10501 Staples Mill Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060
(804) 501-1950

When: Thursday, October 26, 2017; 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? Optional
Ages: Preschool (ages 3-5) and Elementary (K – 5th grade)

Bring the kids out for a fun night of Halloween stories, fingerplays, movement activities, and a festive craft. Costumes welcome for Trick-or-Treating in the library!


Halloween Storytime

Ginter Park Branch Library
1200 Westbrook Avenue
Richmond, VA 23227
(804) 646-1236

When: Thursday, October 26, 2017 and Tuesday, October 31, 2017; 10:30am – 11:30am
Cost: Free
Costumes? Yes
Ages: All ages

Hear family-friendly Halloween stories at the Ginter Park Branch Library. Come in costume (no masks, please!) and enjoy a “spooky” Halloween treat with friends.


Halloween Party

James River Cellars Winery
11008 Washington Highway
Glen Allen, VA 23059
(804) 550-7516

When: Friday, October 27, 2017; 7pm – 10pm
Cost: Free admission. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.
Costumes? Yes
Ages: All ages (and pets, too!)

Enjoy a fall evening with the family and start your Halloween weekend off right with James River Cellars. Bring the whole family in costume – and the pets, too – for fun and festivities on the patio during the James River Cellars’ Halloween extravaganza. There will be wine by the glass or bottle on the patio, as well as a selection of beer and ciders.


Haunted Henricus, Jr.: Things That Go Bump in the Afternoon

Henricus Historical Park
251 Henricus Park Rd
Chester, VA 23836
(804) 318-8797

When: Friday, October 27, 2017; 3pm – 4pm
Cost: $5/child, $5/adult (Henricus Patrons – $3/child, adults free)
Costumes? No
Ages: 3-8 years

Join the Education Team at Henricus Historical Park for a festive look back at Halloweens gone by. This kid-friendly version of Henricus’ “Things That Go Bump in the Night” is a perfect activity for your younger history buffs and includes stories, a “treats tour,” and a chance to make a 17th century craft. Be sure to register by October 26! Call (804) 318-8797 for registration and more information.


Monster Mash

Three Lakes Nature Center
400 Sausiluta Drive
Henrico, VA 23227
(804) 652-1470

When: Friday, October 27, 2017; 5pm – 8pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? Yes!
Ages: All ages

See Three Lakes Park and Nature Center like you’ve never seen them before! Aliens have landed just in time for Halloween and transformed into a spooky site. Put on your Halloween best and join in on the hair-raising with a creepy nature walk, costume contests, and rockin’ monster music.  Concessions will be available for purchase.


Just Say BOO! Musical Playdate

Melody Magic Music Studio
3041 Lauderdale Dr
Henrico, VA 23233
(804) 334-6241

When: Friday, October 27, 2017 (11am – 11:40am); Saturday, October 28, 2017 (10am – 10:40am); and Sunday, October 29, 2017 (4pm – 4:40pm)
Cost: $15/child; $10/sibling
Costumes? Yes
Ages: 0-5 years

This popular musical playdate is back for even more fun this Halloween. Offering instruments, music and more, your little ones can work out their Halloween wiggles in full costume at this musical dance party. Be sure to grab your spot online because space is limited.

Monsters Around the World

Sandston Library
23 E Williamsburg Rd
Sandston, VA 23150
(804) 501-1990

When: Friday, October 27 – Saturday, October 28, 2017; all day
Cost: Free
Costumes? No
Ages: Elementary to Adult

Head to the Sandston Branch Library for a one-of-a-kind look at pictures and pictures and spooky evidence of monsters from around the world. Learn about each monster and its place of origin – then decide for yourself if these international stories are fact or fiction. Be sure to bring a camera for photo ops with Yeti, El Chupacabra, and all their menacing friends. All ages are welcome but recommended for school-age children to adult.


Spooky Spectacular Family Camp Out

1700 Hampton St
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 358-7166

When: Friday, October 27 and Saturday, October 28, 2017; 6pm – 9am
Cost: $30/person (members); $40/person (non-members)
Costumes? No
Ages: 4 years and up (must have one adult for every 4 children)

Bring the whole family to Maymont to celebrate “Owl”-oween. Take a lantern-lit hike through the Maymont grounds to meet some of the park’s spookier creatures, followed by stories and s’mores by the campfire. After spending the night in your tent on the Maymont grounds, you’ll enjoy a continental breakfast and a group hike. Be sure to register online by October 24!


Great Pumpkin Palooza

North Shore Commons Lawn at Innsbrook
4951 Lake Brook Dr
Glen Allen, VA 23060
(804) 217-8804

When: Saturday, October 28, 2017; 10am – 4pm
Cost: Free admission; select food, drink, crafts and activities will be available for purchase
Costumes? Optional
Ages: All ages

The Innsbrook Foundation has teamed up with the American Cancer Society, once again, to bring you the annual Great Pumpkin Palooza. This family-friendly fall-themed event features a battle of the bands amongst local high school jazz bands, a rock wall, a petting zoo, a bouncy house, costume contests, pumpkin painting, local food and drink vendors, crafts, art, jewelry and much more. Among this year’s top events is the annual Punkin Dunkin. See teams from around Richmond test their engineering skills as they attempt to launch pumpkins up to 700 feet to earn the title of Punkin Dunkin Champion.


Halloween Fair

Tuckahoe Area Library
1901 Starling Drive
Henrico, VA 23229
(804) 501-1910

When: Saturday, October 28, 2017; 3pm – 4pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? Yes
Ages: All ages

Join the West End TAB and Friends of the Tuckahoe Library for a fun-filled afternoon of storytelling, games, face painting, crafting, and more! This free event is great for families looking for a safe and fun indoor Halloween celebration. Costumes encouraged.


Halloween Hoopla

Children’s Museum of Richmond, Central
2626 West Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 474-7000

When: Saturday, October 28, 2017; 2pm – 7pm
Cost: Children are FREE; adult tickets $4/each
Costumes? Yes
Ages: All ages

CMOR Central invites you to join them for a safe, fun-filled Halloween experience at their annual Halloween Hoopla. Featuring decorations, crafts and “real-life” trick-or-treating at the museum’s kid-size neighborhood, the event is open to everyone. Other activities include Halloween art projects, live entertainment and plenty of games.


Halloween Hoot: Scooby Doo (the movie)

Sandston Library
23 E Williamsburg Rd
Sandston, VA 23150
(804) 501-1990

When: Saturday, October 28, 2017; 10:30am – 12:30pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? Yes
Ages: Elementary (K-5th grade)

The Sandston Branch Library will be offering a free screening of Scooby Doo (PG, 2002), just in time for Halloween. While you’re there, enjoy a treat and check out thrilling Halloween books. Costumes are welcome!


Monster Mash

Goochland Branch Library
3075 River Road West
Goochland, Virginia 23063
(804) 556-4774

When: Saturday, October 28, 2017; 10am – 11am
Cost: Free
Costumes? Yes
Ages: 3-5 years

Calling all little monsters!  Dress up as your favorite monster, and join the Friends of the Goochland Library for a fun morning of monster-themed games and crafts.

Mummy Halloween Fun

Hanover Branch Library
7527 Library Drive
Hanover, Virginia 23069
(804) 365-6210

When: Saturday, October 28, 2017; 10:30am – 12pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? Yes
Ages: 3-10 years

Dress up for Halloween and have some mummy fun! “Tightly wrapped treats” will be provided by the Hanover Branch Library Friends.


Richmond’s “Eerie” Canal Tours

Riverfront Canal Cruises
Canal Turning Basin – 14th and Dock Streets
Richmond, VA
(804) 788-6466

When: Saturday, October 28, 2017; 6pm – 9pm (last tour leaves at 8:30pm)
Cost: Free
Costumes? Optional
Ages: All ages

Every year, for one night only, Riverfront Canal Cruises offers a FREE night of canal cruises filled with spooky stories and eerie tales. Join them on October 28th for “hauntingly” fun 30-minute canal boat tours that leave every half-hour (on the hour and half-hour) from 6pm – 9m. Travel down the historic Kanawha Canal to see some of Richmond’s oldest and most historically haunted districts. This event is fun for the whole family and promises special treats for your younger ghosts and goblins!


Saturday Showtime: Boo! A Madea Halloween

North Avenue Branch Library
2901 North Avenue
Richmond, VA 23222
(804) 646-6675

When: Saturday, October 28, 2017; 2pm – 4pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? No
Ages: Ages 13 and above

Enjoy some laughs – and just a little bit of horror – this Halloween with none other than Madea. Stop by the North Avenue Library for a special screening of Boo! A Madea Halloween (PG-13). There will be fun and treats for all.


Superhero BASH!

Mechanicsville Branch Library
7461 Sherwood Crossing Place
Mechanicsville, Virginia  23111
(804) 746-9615

When: Saturday, October 28, 2017; 11am – 12pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? Yes
Ages: 3 and up

BOOM! WHAM! KAPOW! Celebrate Halloween ComicFest with games, snacks, and crafts dressed as your favorite superhero!  Adults can dress up, too!  Don’t forget to pick up your free comic book while supplies last.


Halloween History on Hanover

The Valentine Museum
1015 East Clay St.
Richmond, VA 23219-1527
804-649-0711 x301

When: Saturday, October 28 and Sunday, October 29, 2017; 6pm – 7:30pm
Cost: $15/person, $5/Valentine members
Costumes? Yes
Ages: All ages (but the content may be more interesting for older kids, 10 years and up)

While we know Halloween as a time of costumes and candy, the origins of the holiday are actually rooted in ancient Celtic and Catholic traditions. The Valentine Museum offers a chance to explore how history has evolved from early colonial practices and “play parties” post-American Revolution, to practices of immigrants in the mid-1800s that influenced how Richmonders experience the holiday today. This historical walking tour is part of the Valentine’s Richmond History Tours program. Participants should meet at Hanover Avenue and Strawberry Street.


Halloween: El Dia De Los Muertos

The Cultural Arts Center of Glen Allen
2880 Mountain Rd
Glen Allen, VA 23060
(804) 261-ARTS

When: Sunday, October 29, 2017; 1pm – 5pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? Yes!
Ages: All ages

Celebrate the joy of living at the Cultural Arts Center with a festive event for the whole family. In conjunction with the Latin Ballet of Virginia, “Dia de los Muertos” is a festive celebration of life with live performances, dancing, music, sweets, treats, and art activities for all ages. Come in your Halloween costume and join the fun.


Halloween Fair

Libbie Mill Library
2100 Libbie Lake E Street
Henrico, VA 23230
(804) 501-1940, ext. 4

When: Monday, October 30, 2017; 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? Yes
Ages: All ages

Join us the Northside TAB for a special evening of storytelling, games, crafting, and more. This free event is great for families looking for a safe and fun indoor Halloween celebration. Costumes encouraged.


Halloween Parade

Atlee Branch Library
9161 Atlee Road
Mechanicsville, VA 23116
(804) 559-0654

When: Monday, October 30, 2017; 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Cost: Free
Costumes? Yes
Ages: 3 and up

Join the Friends of the Atlee Library for a fun costume parade through the library.  Listen to a story, make a craft, and enjoy some special Halloween treats.


Haunted History at Tuckahoe Plantation

Tuckahoe Plantation
12601 River Road
Richmond, VA 23238
(804) 774-1614

When: Monday, October 30, 2017; 4pm – 6pm
Cost: $5/person or $20/family (up to 7 people); add a ghost tour for $5/person or $10/family
Costumes? No
Ages: Family-friendly

Join the friends and staff of Tuckahoe Plantation for a fun-filled Halloween celebration – and if you dare, take a ghost tour of the famously haunted Tuckahoe Plantation grounds. Built in the 1700s, the house and grounds have long been reported as the sites of spectral apparitions, including a murdered peddler, a “Gray Lady,” and a forlorn young bride who is said to haunt the garden walk, now named the “Ghost Walk” in her honor. If ghostly tales and supernatural stories are not your style, don’t worry. There will be plenty of family-friendly games, face painting, a hayride, mazes and more. Reservations are not required, simply click “interested” on Tuckahoe’s Facebook page. Call (804) 774-1614 or email http://tuckahoeplantationtours@gmail.com with questions.



Anna Strock
Anna has spent the last 18 years writing, directing creative projects, and trying to be the best mom possible to her three girls. When she's not exploring Richmond for the latest and greatest resources, offerings, and activities, she can be found daydreaming on travel blogs, drinking too much coffee, and running kids to endless activities.