The Haunt at Rocky Ledge, North White Plains
Boasting the only haunted cornfield in Westchester, The Haunt at Rocky Ledge’s indoor/out of doors appeal functions additionally haunted homes, a nightmarish walk through the woods, and more across its 8-acre belongings.
Remaining dates: Friday eight-eleven p.M.; Saturday 7-eleven p.M.; Sunday 7-10 p.M.. 1402 Old Orchard St., White Plains. For tickets and more facts, visit hauntatrockyledge.Com.
Monsters from The Haunt at Rocky Ledge will lead a
Monsters from The Haunt at Rocky Ledge will lead a zombie walk on the Galleria’s meals courtroom in White Plains. (Photo: Photo courtesy of Rich Lamance)
Horseman’s Hollow, Sleepy Hollow
The haunted adventure is based totally on Washington Irving’s well-known tale, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” shall we traffic travel through a terrifying trail chock complete of points of interest and frights such as the resident evil, The Headless Horseman. But be warned, it’s not for the faint of heart; the enchantment is recommended for ages 10 and older.
Remaining dates: Ends Oct. 31. Tickets are $20 for adults, $25 on Saturdays. Get tickets and extra statistics at hudsonvalley.Org. Philipsburg Manor, 381 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow
Scared through the Sound
Rye Playland is transformed into an anything-however-amusement park while the once-a-year Halloween haunted house and cemetery returns. This 10,000 plus square foot stroll-via style hang-out features a terrifying cast of characters, a haunted wine cellar, creepy morgue, and the tunnels of doom. Open rain or shine, with loose parking. The hang-out isn’t always recommended for children below 10 years vintage. This event is handicapped handy.
Remaining dates: Oct. 26,27,28. Tickets are $20, available in advance online at scaredbythesound.Com or the field workplace on occasion nights. 1 Playland Pkwy., Rye.
Sleepy Hollow Haunted Hayride, Sleepy Hollow
Follow the route of Ichabod Crane on Sleepy Hollow’s annual haunted hayride, which is going offs rain or shine, so check the internet site for popularity this weekend. As the wagon enters the darkened woods, you’ll see horrifying sites and can actually have a run-in with the famed Headless Horseman. Not appropriate for some youngsters. Hayrides are first-come, first served.
Remaining dates: 7-eleven p.M. Oct. 26-28. Sleepy Hollow Village Hall, 28 Beekman Ave. For tickets and extra data: sleepyhollowny.Gov.
Home of the Legend
This 12 months, the tour of Washington Irving’s property takes on a spookier vibe. Visitors will learn about the records behind horrifying stories and haunted legends, along with vampires and séances. The younger set can create Halloween-themed artwork sports, pass on a scavenger hunt, play video games, watch shadow puppet performances, and pose for photos.
Remaining dates: Oct. 27-28. Tickets: $16 adults, $12 seniors, college students, $8 kids three-17, free for kids underneath three and individuals, available at hudsonvalley.Org. Washington Irving’s Sunnyside, 3 W Sunnyside Lane, Irvington
Family fun this weekend
Boo at the Zoo, Bear Mountain State Park
Make spooky snacks for the black bears at the Bear Den and watch the bears experience the tasty Halloween decorations. Touch real animal skulls, see stuffed specimens inside the Nature Study museums, make crafts, and study bats, owls, and vultures. Fun for the whole circle of relatives.
Go 10:30 a.M.-three p.M. Oct. 27. Rain date: Oct. 28. Bear Mountain State Park, US-9W, Bear Mountain. Trailsidezoo.Org.
Ninth Annual Sleepy Hollow Halloween 10K
Sport a dressing up and head to Sleepy Hollow to burn energy while taking part in the historic village’s treasured attractions, including a stretch along the Hudson River with views of the Headless Horseman Bridge, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, and the Old Dutch Church. The race starts offevolved at nine:30 a.M. on Oct. 27. Registration $50 Race day. Costumes are recommended but are now not required. Got kids? Bring them. They’ll enjoy the kids’ 1 mile amusing run (for a long time 6 and older) and amusing activities such as face painting and balloon characters. A $five charge for the child’s run covers activities and medals for race finishers. 9 a.M. Race benefits River Town Runners Fund.
Go: For greater facts, e-mail Todd Ruppel, tr.Rivertownrunners@gmail.Com, or go to rivertownrunners.Org. Morse School, 30 Pocantico St., Sleepy Hollow.
You nevertheless have time!
Jay Ghoul’s House of Curiosities at Lyndhurst continues.
Jay Ghoul’s House of Curiosities at Lyndhurst continues. (Photo: Submitted pics courtesy of Lyndhurst)
Jay Ghoul’s House of Curiosities
It’s 1922, and a collection of archaeologists has unearthed an Ancient Egyptian tomb. Diggers every begins losing dead! Your activity is to help decide the reason for the deaths and resolve the mystery earlier than tragedy moves once more.
This middle-of-the-night, theatrical overall performance takes visitors via the first ground and basement of the Lyndhurst Mansion, all of them at the same time as encountering madcap suspects who every have a motive. This isn’t always a haunted residence. However, dad and mom should don’t forget whether or not young kids might be anxious with the aid of low lighting fixtures and the spooky environment of the mansion.
Lyndhurst, 630 South Broadway, Tarrytown. Tickets: $25 adults, $20 youngsters 12 and more youthful. Remaining dates: 6-10 p.M. Oct. 28, 31. Visit lyndhurst.Org.
Bill Irwin, a longtime (now former) resident of South
Bill Irwin, an established (now former) resident of South Nyack, appears in “The Unsilent Picture,” based on a Washington Irving tale of the supernatural, a part of Historic Hudson Valley’s services for autumn 2018. The silent film can be observed via live music and sound consequences when it’s miles screened at Philipsburg Manor in Sleepy Hollow throughout October. It was filmed at Cortlandt Manor in Croton-on-Hudson final summer season. (Photo: Tom Nycz, Tom Nycz Photography)
“The Unsilent Picture”
If you’re one of those humans that thinks the eyes of the famed Mona Lisa portray follows you, you then’ll admire this new enchantment. The event stimulated via Washington Irving’s “The Adventure of the Mysterious Picture,” functions an original silent film, aired in a tent, starring Bill Irwin with live musicians accompanied with the aid of computer graphics by using a Foley artist.
Remaining dates: Screenings: 6:15, 7:15, 8:15 and nine:15 p.M Oct 26-31. Tickets: $18 adults. Philipsburg Manor, 381 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, hudsonvalley.Org.
Headless Horseman carved from pumpkins at the Blaze. Buy Photo
Headless Horseman carved from pumpkins on the Blaze. (Photo: Carrie Yale/The Journal News)
Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze
The famous fall attraction attracts thousands of visitors from everywhere in the tri-county location and functions as a grand display of intricately carved and illuminated jack-o-lanterns at some point of Van Cortlandt Manor’s 18th-century panorama.
Remaining dates: The Blaze has dates thru the weekend of Nov. 23-24. Tickets: $22 adults ($27 Friday-Saturday); kids 3-17: $sixteen ($20 Friday-Saturday); children under 3 admitted free. Van Cortlandt Manor, 525 S. Riverside Ave., Croton-on-Hudson, hudsonvalley.Org.
The Headless Horseman leads the manner for the duration of the Tarrytown by Photo
The Headless Horseman leads the way in the course of the Tarrytown Halloween Parade, Oct. 29, 2016. (Photo: Mark Vergari/The Journal News)
Master storytellers Jonathan Kruk and Jim Keyes go back with a dramatic overall performance of Washington Irving’s traditional tale, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” complete with spooky, live organ music.
Remaining dates: Oct. 25-31. Old Dutch Church, 430 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow. Parking is at Philipsburg Manor, 381 North Broadway. Recommended for ages 10 and older. Performance times vary via evening; go to hudsonvalley.Org for available dates and times.
Tour guide Laura Simonelli speaks to the institution before buy Photo
Tour manual Laura Simonelli speaks to the institution earlier than the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Murder and Madness Tour. Tour guide Laura Simonelli, (Photo: File photograph Mark Vergari/The Journal News)
Sleepy Hollow Cemetery tours
Home to the well-known and some notorious, the lantern tours at night time are continually excellent-dealers.
Murder & Mayhem Lantern Tour: During this two-hour, lantern-lit excursion, visitors go to the graves of flamboyant businesswoman branded “the wickedest lady in New York,” a debonair counterfeiter, the scene of a grave robbery, victims of “the Mad Murderer of Sleepy Hollow.” Not appropriate for youngsters.
Remaining dates: Rain or shine Friday-Saturdays via Thanksgiving weekend. North Gate entrance, 540 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow. Free parking on the website. $25. Advance, online buy is fantastically suggested at sleepyhollowcemetery.Org.
Classic Lantern Tour: Great for records buffs who will learn more about Washington Irving, author of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” Revolutionary War veterans, wealthy industrialists, and others. In this two-hour lantern tour, stops take the region in the nighttime and consist of the grave of Washington Irving and Andrew Carnegie, William Rockefeller’s family mausoleum, the Receiving Vault (a must for “Dark Shadow” lovers), and much more.
Remaining dates: 7-nine p.M. Each night in October and Nov. 1-four, 7-11, 15-17, and 23-24. Also: 10 p.M.-midnight Friday-Saturday, October via Nov. 17. North Gate, 540 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow.
Classic Day Tour: If the concept of touring a cemetery at night is greater than your nerves can handle, your excellent guess is the Classic Day Tour. Stops in this excursion are similar to the evening tour simplest within the light of day.
Remaining dates: 2-4 p.M. Saturday and Sunday, September thru Thanksgiving weekend. South Gate, 430 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow.