Halloween Events in St Augustine 2012
When the sun goes down in St. Augustine, darkness has a whole new meaning as the ghostly spirits come out to haunt. Take your seat aboard the Trolley of the Doomed and be ready to be afraid… very afraid. Aboard the Ghosts and Gravestones Tour, you’ll visit the St. Augustine Lighthouse where you’ll hear the story behind the terrible tragedy of 1873, and enter the ancient city’s most haunted building, the Old Jail, where paranormal experiences are the norm. St. Augustine’s “Frightseeing” Tour takes place every night and is one hour and twenty minutes long. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Board the trolley at the Welcome Center at 27 San Marco Avenue. St. Augustine’s most frightening Ghost Tour is very popular during the ghoulish holiday so make your reservations well in advance for St. Augustine Halloween 2012.
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Halloween Themed Walking Tours
This Halloween, get in the spirit by enjoying one of St Augustine’s special tours or events. Events and activities will take place throughout the month of October and include: The St. Augustine Pub Crawl, St. Augustine Creepy Crawl, History-Mystery-Mayhem and Murder, and the Savory Faire. Eat good food; discover the history behind some of the city’s most haunted places and party with friends at various locations.
Warehouse 31 Haunted House
Experience one of the most creepy St. Augustine Halloween Events where the monsters are watching and waiting for their chance to scare you! Beginning October 1st and running through the 31st, come to Warehouse 31 in St. Augustine for the fright of your life. Graphic scenery, blood curdling scares and much more await in this 18,000 square foot haunted house. Located at 224 West Davis Industrial Drive. Price: $25.
Harvest and Halloween Festival
For great family fun, visit the Harvest and Halloween Festival in St. Augustine on October 28 from 11am to 3pm. Located at the New Lincolnville Farmers Market and Eddie Vicker’s Park on 399 Riberia Street in downtown, there’s something for everyone. Activities include: Costume parade, trick-or-treating, free pumpkins for children, artists, crafts, live music, jewelry, fresh fruits and vegetable vendors and more. Admission is Free.
Witness the drama and terror of the original classic horror production “Dracula” as it comes to life on stage at the Stage of the Scarlet-Hill Theater at 216 Reid Street in Palatka. The play will be performed October 27th -29th (8pm) and October 30th (2pm). Prices: Adults $10, Children $5.
St. Ambrose Halloween Party
Enjoy an evening of spooky fun and activities suitable for the entire family at the St. Ambrose Catholic Church (6070 Church Road, Elkton) on October 28th from 6-9pm. Activities include hayrides, Halloween movies, haunted houses, hamburgers/hot dogs, costume contests, apple bobbing, treats and more.