EEK! Halloween is right around the corner and tickets are already on sale for some of metro Detroit’s most popular events. Tickets sell out every year, so get yours before it’s too late!
Saturday, October 23
Bring your little goblins to Ford House for this annual day of Halloween entertainment filled with spooky yet kid-friendly fun. There will be trick-or-treat stops, the always popular giant leaf pile for jumping, photo ops, a straw maze and a haunt-free wagon ride.
October 15th, 16th, 22nd, and 23rd
Find your best costumes and join us on “the farm” for a Halloween Trick-or-Treat Walk around the property. There will be 5 spots set up throughout the decorated path, each with fun prizes. It will be fun for all ages, as it will be spooky, but not scary. Tickets are only needed for children wishing to participate in the trick-or-treat walk. There is no charge for adults.
October 7th – 30th
Take a stroll through Canterbury Village and experience multiple encounters with characters along a path lit by orange glowing lamp posts and hand-carved jack-o’-lanterns. Get photos with your favorite scenes and characters. There will be 7 stations for trick or treating along the stroll and numerous displays to see live characters bringing Hallo-ween to life.
October 8-10, 15-17 and 22-24
Zoo Boo is a “merry-not-scary” family event that sells out quickly. Keep watch for a return of the popular event with more animals and habitats to see, more rides and attractions to enjoy and earlier hours!
October 7th -31st
From haunted train rides to costumed storybook characters and ghostly performances, our 40-plus-year Hallowe’en tradition is one of a kind, showcased within the bewitching setting of Greenfield Village after hours. Popular dining experiences like Hallowe’en Fairy Tale Feast in A Taste of History Restaurant and Eagle Tavern Harvest Supper will return in 2021 to delight guests of all ages and will be available to purchase online for the first time.