Halloween Festivities in Rochester 2015

HALLOWEEN IN ROCHESTER

This is the time of year, when people from all ages, dress up to be their nemesis! Be one and enjoy the fun at Rochester! Come along and bring your family over and experience the scare and exciting activities in store for you! Whether you’re from Rochester, or you’re simply visiting this Halloween Season, there are plenty of festive fun to enjoy this Halloween Season. It isn’t too late for you and your family to enjoy these festivities. If you are looking to a family day fun in a pumpkin patch, or perhaps a good fright with friends in an evening Haunt Hunting, Rochester is the best place to go! Halloween only happens once a year but if you’re passing my Rochester, make sure you don’t miss out on the thrills and chills this year!

Halloween for Kids

Rochester, known as the kid-friendly destination all year-round, have prepared the most exciting things to do for these little fella’s. Check out the schedule of activities below and be sure to drop by.

Holiday Hollow. A Pirate-themed Halloween family entertainment – for directions, tickets and discounts, click here.

Halloween Party at UNO! Visit any UNO Rochester location for a fun kids party featuring crafts, coloring, goodie bag and more! Don’t forget to dress up in your Halloween costume! Tuesday, October 27th from 4-7pm. Read more here.

Haunted Garden Stroll. Join us — if you dare! — for a “haunted” stroll through the Sonnenberg grounds. For more information, read more here

Spooky Science and Trick- or- Treating. Experience fun trick-or-treating throughout the exhibit galleries. Costumes are strongly encouraged!

Trick-or-Treating in the Village. Enjoy an autumn afternoon strolling the streets of the historic village and visiting with townsfolk in modern costumes!  Gates open at noon. Visit today!

Fright On Ice. Join us for a spooktacular evening of safe, active fun where families can ice skate to Halloween music, decorations and our forty foot screen playing scary Halloween videos!

Giant Pumpkin Carving. Director Jenny Bay will carve a giant pumpkin. Paid activities include face painting, hayrides, corn maze, and more.

Halloween Madness. Kids can enjoy a costume content, parade, games, prizes, and snacks. Visit their website for more details.

Halloween is not just for kids, there are a lot of other activities in store for older kids and adults as well. These events run through until the end of this month. Visit here for more of the treats, scare, chills and thrills this season!

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