You Need to Visit These Michigan Towns During Spooky Season
Are you ready for some spooktacular fun, because I know I am! As soon as the first leaf falls, I go into Halloween mode. Do you have a favorite place you like to visit every year for Halloween? If you not, no worries. I've got a couple places for you to visit!
Hallowe'en in Greenfield Village
Greenfield Village during spooky season is a must. If October happens to be a busy month for you, cool your jets, you have plenty of time to get out there because it's going on for 16 nights.
Interested in taking a spine-chilling ride through the village? The Hallowe’en Express train is back for a second year. Grab a craft beer and walk the illuminated jack-o'-lantern path.
Worried that all of the frights will increase your appetite? Buy a ticket for the Hallowe’en Fairy Tale Feast in A Taste of History Restaurant. Here's a sneak peak of what to expect from previous years!
For more information on Hallowe'en in Greenfield Village, click here.
Terror on Tillson Street
Terror on Tillson Street is free and open to the public in Romeo. I'm a little jealous that I don't live here because it reminds me of the movie Halloweentown. A majority of the residents are dedicated to spooky season and try to make it as entertaining as possible. Some of the previous houses themes were Wizard of Oz and a clown carnival.
If you plan on going on Halloween, you won't be able to park on Tillson street because it will be closed off for trick-or-treaters.