Great Ways To Get Into The Fall – Halloween Spirit
OCTOBER. The month of everything pumpkin! Pumpkin lattes, pumpkin carving, pumpkin pies, and pumpkin costumes! 🎃
If you’re as stoked about this time of year as we are, here are some great ways to start getting into the fall and Halloween spirit!
Open on weekends throughout October, Sykes Family Farms has a little bit of everything for the whole family to enjoy! From a little friendly competition to see who can get out of the 9-acre corn maze first to cute farm animals and a chance to pick sunflowers to brighten up your entry area (and get those insta-perfect pics 📸), Sykes Family Farms is a must-family outing. And who doesn’t love a corn maze?!
At 224 years old, the Ximenez-Fatio House Museum is prime for real-life ghost-hunting. Check out one of the museum’s many night-time paranormal events to see just how spooky it can be! From holding a seance and tea-leaf reading to staying overnight to using dowsing rods and K2 meters, see just how many spine-chilling and hair-raising activities you can take. October 8 & 22, 2022.
October 21 – 23, 2022 – For three nights, the Alligator Farm gets into the Halloween spirit with all kinds of treats, costumes, and fun! From creepy-crawly bugs to wild beasts, you’ll experience some of the eeriest (yet, totally awesome) critters around. Collect unique “Creatures of the Night” cards as you explore the park for cool facts too! It’s sure to be a spooktacular time! Advanced Registration is Required.
Prepare yourself for an unforgettable night at one of the nation’s most recognized haunted buildings. This spine-chilling experience allows visitors to participate in an actual paranormal investigation of the Old Jail, shrouded in a long and mysterious history of crime and unnatural cruelty. No wonder the Old Jail is now known as an epicenter for paranormal activity with intrigue by ghost-hunters worldwide.
Let’s just say that St. Augustine does this time of year right. And remember. If you’re out trick-or-treating or making family trips to find the best (and spookiest) decorations in town, and you see a neighborhood or house you’d like to know more about, let us know!! 👻