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Halloween on the Hill 2023

PURCHASE TICKETS A spirited adventure awaits you at Hill-Stead’s Halloween on the Hill! Enjoy an incredible day at Hill-Stead as you stroll through the gorgeous grounds all gussied up for All Hallows’ Eve! Kids and adults alike will delight as they follow an outdoor path to numerous candy chute stations for touch-less treat delivery! Beyond unique trick-or-treating, there will be spooky displays by local friends and businesses throughout the 152-acre campus. The event begins at 1pm and closes at 4pm.…

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October 29, 2023 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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PURCHASE TICKETS
A spirited adventure awaits you at Hill-Stead’s Halloween on the Hill!
Enjoy an incredible day at Hill-Stead as you stroll through the gorgeous grounds all gussied up for All Hallows’ Eve! Kids and adults alike will delight as they follow an outdoor path to numerous candy chute stations for touch-less treat delivery!
Beyond unique trick-or-treating, there will be spooky displays by local friends and businesses throughout the 152-acre campus. The event begins at 1pm and closes at 4pm. You are welcome to drop in for some candy-collecting fun during this time.
Please bring along a bag or other handy receptacle for candy collecting. We also recommend that you wear mud-friendly footwear (some parts of the candy collecting path may be a bit soggy).
Tickets  |  $5 per person
Many thanks to our sponsors
Great Pumpkin Sponsors
     

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