All
Hallows’
Eve

Travel the Treat Trail

Area businesses and organizations will be handing out goodies to the kiddos along the Treat Trail, located in the Hornady Family Arbor.

 

Is your business or organization interested in setting up a booth along the Treat Trail? Click here for more information!

Experience old-fashioned Halloween fun in Railroad Town!

Railroad Town will be bustling with spooky activities! Play parlor games, just as kids and adults alike would have done in the 1890s. Perform a trick for a treat, listen to hair-raising ghost stories, try your “hand” at apple ducking, and more! And be sure to keep an eye out for hooligans and spooks roaming the streets!

Check out Shadowlands Haunted Field… if you dare!

Open from 7-9 p.m. at the north end of Railroad Town, Shadowlands Haunted Field is great for those looking for a slightly scarier experience. Several frightening characters haunt the field after dark, giving visitors a thrill. We won’t tell you exactly what you’ll experience here, but we think you’ll enjoy it!

FAQs

When is All Hallows' Eve at Stuhr Museum?

All Hallows’ Eve takes place on Friday, October 14 & Saturday, October 15, from 6-9 p.m. each night.

How much does it cost to get in?

Admission is $10 per person ages 3 and up.

Stuhr Museum members and Hastings Museum members get a discounted price of just $10 per vehicle when they show their membership card at the gate!

 

How scary is All Hallows' Eve?

All Hallows’ Eve is a spooky, not scary, family-friendly event. The Treat Trail and Railroad Town are appropriate for all ages. Shadowlands Haunted Field may be a little more frightening to our youngest visitors, so discretion is advised.

Is there food available?

Food and drink will be available in Railroad Town at the Silver Dollar. A menu will be available closer to the event.

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