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These 4 Historic Haunts In Virginia Are Not For The Faint Of Heart

These 4 Historic Haunts In Virginia Are Not For The Faint Of Heart

Who needs to watch horror films when you can experience the thrills first-hand? A night of goosebumps might be exactly what you sign up for when you check out any of our 4 picks for a truly frightfully good time in Virginia for Halloween.

Olde Towne Portsmouth Ghost Walk

The Olde Towne Ghost Walk returns for its 41st anniversary on Friday, October 27, at 6:15 p.m., rain or shine. Ghosts of the Olde Towne Ghost Walk tell their tales of love, loss, murder, and mayhem! Patrons are guided on a walking tour through the historic district of Olde Towne, Portsmouth. At each haunted house, visitors hear costumed actors retell the legends of ghostly visitations and things that go bump in the night! This tour is family-friendly. The ghosts of the Olde Towne Ghost Walk only appear once a year on the Friday before Halloween! For more information, visit

Family Frights at Jamestown Settlement in Colonial Williamsburg

“Family Frights,” a Halloween-theme museum night for the entire family, returns to Jamestown Settlement in Colonial Williamsburg for the 10th year on Friday and Saturday, October 20 and 21. Trick-or-treating, ghostly tales, and grisly games will be among the festivities. Smoke, lanterns, and sound effects create a spooky setting in Jamestown Settlement’s re-created 1600s fort. Along with even more activities at buildings in this living history area, families can explore friendly and frightful haunted houses centered around this year’s theme. Toward the 1607 ships’ pier, visitors climb aboard a haunted Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery, each with its own spooky theme for trick-or-treating. For more information, visit:

Haunted Hunt Club Farm: Festival of Fear in Virginia Beach

Hunt Club Farm is a 32-acre family-owned farm in the heart of Virginia Beach that has been hosting some of the scariest Halloween events for decades. This year they are turning the farm into a scream park of Halloween thrills, terrifying haunts, live entertainment, vendors, and more. Along with their always eerily popular Haunted Hayride, they are adding Death Alley, a walk through our family cemetery’s graves and mausoleums with the dead, Forbidden Fields, a cornfield maze of cursed creatures, and Village of the Dead, a walk in the shadows on the dark & twisted paths through the farm. For more information, visit:

Richmond Eerie Canal Boat Tour

Thought your Halloween couldn’t get any spookier? Riverfront Canal Cruises hosts three special nights of hauntingly narrated canal boat tours. From Friday, October 27 through Sunday, October 29, embark on a special 20-minute tour departing every half hour from 5-9 PM. The Eerie Canal Tours feature haunting tales of Richmond’s past, based on historical events as passengers travel down the historic Kanawha Canal, drifting through the spooky sights and sounds of Richmond’s oldest and most historically haunted district. Little ghouls and ghosts in attendance will receive a special candy treat. This spooky Halloween event is for the whole family! For more information, visit:

2023-10-06T14:18:15+00:00October 6th, 2023|

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