Every October, people of all ages across the country prepare for Halloween and other fall festivals. There is something intriguing about getting really scared when at the back of your mind you know you’re in no immediate danger. In Nashville, there is no shortage of Halloween activities for you and your family to enjoy without having to dress-up.
Consider our car service in Nashville to get you to any point of interest this Halloween; now let’s have a look at some interesting activities you can take part in this Halloween whether you’re a local or you are just visiting the Music City.
Nashville Shores already started a Halloween event known as Booville on 29th September; the event is expected to run until 29th October. This family-friendly event goes down every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Everyone can have fun at Booville, which features a hay-bale maze, a trick-or-treat trail, arts and crafts, and a costume contest for kids below 10 in which the winner gets a free pass for the next season of the event. They also have a 19-foot Frankenstein – Tennessee’s tallest. Be part of all this fun only for $9.99.
Sam Davis Ghost Home Tours
Every October, visitors get the chance to relive the horrific stories of Sam Davis’ Ghost home and property. Activities include a haunted hayride and interesting but chilling stories about the property. Inside the house, you will meet captivating story-tellers sharing tales experienced by the staff and visitors. The event begins at 7 p.m., and there is a new ride every 10 minutes from 7 to 10 p.m.,
Lucky Ladd Farms
This 60-acre piece of land is home to Tennessee’s biggest farm park. The farm is also home to the biggest petting zoo in the state with over 100 friendly exotic livestock. It is famous for its vast playgrounds, adventurous animal encounters, nature trails, pony rides, educational exhibits, mega slides, tractor train, etc. there is so much ground to cover at Lucky Ladd Farms; a day can never be enough, so visit this exciting location again and again during the Halloween season.
Running for the fifth time this fall, Haunted Hell is an elaborate mixture of special effects and scary encounters with grotesque creatures down a maze of twisted chambers. Along the way, you will be surprised to find an old abandoned home that goes down a very dark, bone-chilling path as you try to find the only exit out of place. For only $18-$20 for tickets, this is one of the best locations for both adults and kids to spend a memorable Halloween.