Indy’s interactive history park welcomes you to “Conner Scairie” for their Halloween festivities. Conner Prairie was taken over by friendly ghosts and ghouls - as well as the newly elected mayor, the Headless Horseman. Families can take part in a haunted hayride, costume contest, and Scary-o-ke, where they can put their vocal cords to the test. Magic shows and the returning-favorite marionette show, Legend of Sleepy Hollow, round out this frighteningly fun family event!
Nopal Cultural presents a FREE Day of the Dead celebration on Oct. 26 filled with authentic festive fun. Enjoy music and dance performances, traditional art, and goods for sale at the Mercado. This annual celebration is not one to miss, as the museum will extend its hours for more Dia de los Muertos fun.
Ring the front desk bell and check into the spooky Hotel of Spells, this year's Halloween attraction at the oldest continually-operated haunted house in the nation. Lights-on hours are available for those who scare easily.
Spend an evening with Peewinkle’s Puppet Studio and enjoy the 10th annual Halloween program. Using hand-crafted and costumed marionettes, the performance will feature dancing ghosts and skeletons, a witch, Dracula, and a juggling scarecrow. Perfect for little ones, this truly will be a Halloween hit.
Indy Scream Park is the only haunted house in the Hoosier State to feature both a Monster Midway with food, beer, games, and bonfires. It also boasts two fully interactive attractions where monsters can physically grab victims from the haunted attractions and place them in total isolation.
Last fall, the doors to a condemned church that has stood for over 100 years opened. This Halloween season, step inside the 13th hour and learn what secrets lie below the surface. The master awaits.