It’s officially the start to the spookiest time of year. Once the mornings grow crisper, the evenings darken quicker, and the leave change colors, it signals the start of autumn.
At the height of autumn comes one of our favorite holidays: Halloween. The spooky day evokes an entire month of celebration with different Halloween-themed events.
Most of us have probably heard of the famous Halloween Horror Nights, put on by Universal Studios. But there probably isn’t a lot of us who know about Hallowe’en at Greenfield Village. This Halloween celebration is put on by the Michigan town of Dearborn, and it runs the entire month of October.
The event is both spooky and affordable, making it a must for those who enjoy Halloween. It has been an activity that has been put on for more 40 years.
The celebration allows visitors to the town to enjoy a decked-out Halloween village that has everything from frights to fun festivities. There is even a Hallowe’en Express that takes visitors on a ride through the surrounding areas.
The Greenfield Village has everything from fall markets to characters in costume, as well as various entertainment. It is definitely something to partake in, especially if the TikToks are anything to go by.
Since Greenfield Village puts on quite a shindig, it’s not surprising that many people have taken to social media to share their own adventures in the village.
If you are wanting to go, you’ll be thrilled to know that tickets are only $19, and you can purchase them by clicking here.
Check out some of the TikToks below:
#thisishalloween #greenfieldvillage #michigan #halloween #spooky #familyfun
♬ This Is Halloween – TryHardNinja
Halloween Pumpkins Greenville Village!
♬ Creepy Halloween Music – Cybermonsters
hallowe’en in #greenfieldvillage is definitely something to check out in￼ #dearbornmichigan #spooky #scary #historical #michigancheck#thingstodo #fyp
♬ Ice Dance (From “Edward Scissorhands”) – Ashton Gleckman
What do you think of the Halloween celebration in Greenfield Village? Would you want to go? Have you ever been? Let us know!SKM: below-content placeholder