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The Scariest Halloween Event in Hudson Valley: Spookhouses and More
When your Halloween seasons are not over without a good ghost or fear, the Lower Hudson Valley is the place to be. Take a look at our tips for the creepiest rides in our forest. The Haunt at Rocky Ledge is the only cursed corn field in Westchester and also offers two cursed homes, a nightmare stroll through the forest and more over its eight-hectare area.
Please see hauntatrockyledge.com for more information and ticket prices. The yearly Halloween home and graveyard on the eighteenth floor of Playland will turn back into an entertainment themepark. More than 10,000 sq. meters in size, this walk-in meeting place offers a frightening number of personalities, a spooky winery, a spooky mortuary and the Tunnel of Sinking.
Ticket: $20, available in advanced on-line at scaredbythesound.com or at the bar. It is the third year of this spooky spooky action that this year is promising more horror, thrill and chill. Ticket: $15 until October 22nd; $20 after October 22nd. Regarded by many as one of the busiest homes in the business, the Headless Horseman offers 10 rides, a 1 mile hay hike that lets you know you've never been really afraid before, scary labyrinths of maize, and much more.
If you want to buy a ticket or more information, please go to headlesshorseman.com. From 6 pm to 1am on Halloween, this place will make you forget you're in the middle of the city. The Blood Manor is an attention-grabbing adventure that has thematic rooms and corridors to make you wish you were hidden in your own home bedroom!
It is so frightening that it even has escape routes for those who come to it and are too fearful to cross the whole cursed site, which stretches over 5,000 sqm. You can buy your Blood Manor ticket and see when you can attend Blood Manor by visiting bloodmanor.com.