Halloween Fun From YELP


EVENTS THIS WEEKEND

 Rhinegeist Halloween Party (OTR)

What: Get psyched for beers, eats, tunes from the dynamic DJ duo Matt Joy & Will Ross, and -- of course -- the return of our rowdy catwalk costume contest.

Where: Rhinegeist Dates: Friday, October 27th 8pm - 1am

Cost: FREE

Fall Fest at Washington Park (OTR)

What: Join Washington Park for a weekend of fall family fun! They've got a jam-packed entertainment lineup for all ages. There will also be local vendors selling craft & homemade items, baked goods & more.

Where: Washington Park Dates: Saturday, October 28th 12pm - 6pm

Cost: FREE

Crawl of Screams (OTR)

What: This ain't your daddy's Monster Mash -- this a night of partying, drink specials, costumes, and most of all, terror. This is the first-ever bar-crawl-meets-haunted-house event. What You Get: A signature Crawl of Screams color-changing cup A "welcome" beer at registration (must redeem before 9:30pm) $2-$5 drink specials at numerous Cincinnati bars Treats (What would a Halloween crawl be without candy?) Lots and lots of SCREAMS!

Where: The Drinkery, Shooks Bar and Dance, Scene Ultra Lounge Dates: Saturday, October 28th 6pm - Midnight

Cost: $40

Graveyard Bash (Downtown)

What: Who's ready for the best Halloween costume party in the city? Great drinks, delicious food and the best costume of the night wins a prize!

Where: Phelps Bar/Top of the Park Dates: Saturday, October 28th 4pm - 11pm

Cost: FREE

Halloween Walk in the Woods (Blue Ash)

What: Get dressed up early for Halloween and spend the afternoon trick-or-treating at the Blue Ash Nature Park! This event is geared towards children 10 and under.

Where: Blue Ash Nature Park Dates: Saturday, October 28th 12pm - 3pm

Cost: FREE

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Springboro Haunted Hayride & Black Bog (Springboro)

 - If you are looking for a haunted attraction for the entire family

- the Springboro Haunted Hayride and Bog are a must on your list.

- The Springboro Haunted Hayride, is actually a hayride. As you descend into the forest and cornfield, nothing looks too out of the ordinary say for the very creepy looking scarecrows. That is until you realize that there's more coming at you from the corn fields. The Black Bog was included in the combo ticket and was more of your walking trail type.

- Yelper Tip: Lines can run long on busy nights, so arrive early and be sure to dress appropriately, it is an outdoor scare.

Cost:

- Hayride $12

- Bog $12

- Combo $22

Lewisburg Haunted Cave (Lewisburg)

- What’s Scarier Than a Real Cave? Located 80 ft. BELOW ground in LIMESTONE CAVE!

- World’s Longest Haunt and Home to 30,000 live bats - 500 ft of haunted bridges. And in 2010 according to the Guinness Book of World Records this was the "World's Longest Haunted House" which I firmly believe. We were in this sucker for well over an hour.

- The attraction itself - Absolutely amazing. Animatronics, pyrotechnics, scareactors, fire, water, fog, lighting...you name it, this place had it.

- Yelpers warn you to wear old shoes, it is in a cave so it will get muddy.

Cost:

- Adult Admission $17

- Children (10 and under) $8

- Wagon Ride $8

Pro Tip: CASH ONLY and go online and print $1 off coupon!

Haunted Hollow (Wilmington)

- The four haunts make this attraction unique

- Jump onboard the fire breathing semi on “The Ride,” walk through the penitentiary for the criminally insane at “Nightmare Penitentiary,” underground no one can hear you scream in the “Slaughter Hotel” and walk through the corn in the “Terror in the Corn.”

 - New attraction added this year: Terror in the Corn

- terror-fying walk through a field of tall corn, sure to send shivers up your spine. They also added a new floor to “explore” at the Slaughter Hotel.

- Out in the backwoods of Clinton County just south of Wilmington, you will find the Haunted Hollow. This haunted attraction is a more unique one in the area, with four haunts total.

 - Yelper tip: GO IN A GROUP - it can get crowded so in order to save time, part of the group went to the ticket stand and the other half went to wait in the line.

Cost: CASH ONLY

- Children 5 & under FREE

- Haunted Hollow Ride $15

 - Terror in the Corn $12

- Slaughter House $10

- Nightmare Penitentiary $10

- Combo of all 4 $25

- VIP Pass (move to the front of the line) $37 - Coffin Ride $5

Haunted Tours (Queen City/Covington/Newport)

- If history is more your thing, then join an American Legacy Haunted Tour. Choose your haunt and history in OTR, Covington or Newport.

- Yelpers learned so much not only about the spirits who haunted the area, but about the history of the areas they explored too. You may even experience some paranormal activity….

- These tours are gear if you are looking for an activity different than your normal weekend. They are entertaining, educational and get you out walking and seeing what Cincinnati has to offer. They are great if you have friends from out of town visiting.

Tours:

- Haunted Covington: Do you believe in ghosts? Join to hear about the controversy, neighborhood feuds and spirits that still haunt the mansions within this idealistic Northern Kentucky community. The skilled guides illustrate the shadowy history of Covington.

 - Queen City is Haunted: Discover stories of grisly murders, ghastly deaths and other disturbing tales buried deep within Cincinnati’s storied past. Linger in the halls of an archaic building teeming with paranormal activity and walk around the grounds where human remains have recently been unearthed. Our guides will enthrall you with the heinous history of the Queen City that might just keep you up at night!

- Newport is Haunted: Do you believe in ghosts? Enjoy a spooky good time exploring the streets of Newport with our cloaked guides! Be led by lantern-light and enthralled with tales of murder, suicide and even decapitation. Learn the horrifying origin of Bobby Mackey’s wicked haunting and discover the details around several of Newport’s vicious and unsolved crimes.

Cost: $20 (check online deals to save a few bucks before you buy)