Scare Up Some Spooky Fun at CT Landmarks’ Haunted Corn Maze This Weekend

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Sheryl Hack, Executive Director of CT Landmarks

Nothing sets the mood for autumn better than the approach of Halloween. Get into the spirit of the season with the Haunted Corn Maze at the historic home of Nathan Hale in Coventry. Every year, with the help of the Young Friends of Hale, a new maze is put together full of spooky surprises in the dark!

  • The Haunted Corn Maze is on Friday and Saturday, October 3th and 4th, from 7 to 9 pm. Every year, with the help of the Young Friends of Hale, a new maze is put together full of ghoulish surprises in the dark!
  • All new scenes may prove somewhat scarier than in past years.
  • Admission is $8 per person; $25 per family.
  • The corn maze, minus the ghosts and goblins, is open during regular museum hours through the beginning of October. Admission is $5 per person, or $15 for families.
  • Things that Go Bump in the Night on Friday and Saturday, October 24th and 25th at 6:00 or 8:00. A special candlelight tour, all the way up to the dark and dreary attic.
  • Hear the Homestead ghost stories as featured on the Syfy channel’s Ghost Hunters
  • 1st Saturday Attic Tours is also this weekend, Saturday, Oct 4th, from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
  • Walktober: Stories in Stone offers one of three half-mile, one hour walking tours this October, starting on Oct. 12th as part of The Last Green Valley’s Walktober.
  • Discover the stone carver’s art and hear stories of the citizens and heroes who are buried in the Nathan Hale Cemetery.
  • On Thursday, October 9th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, Connecticut Landmarks presents Cultural Cocktail Hour at the Butler-McCook House & Garden.
  • The event takes place on the second Thursday of the month from May through December. The event is free with a suggested food and per drink donation of $5.
  • Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Phelps-Hatheway attic which showcases a unique variety of 18th, 19th and early 20th century objects and collections. Regular admission applies.
  • A Hempsted Halloween on Saturday, Oct 25th from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Hempsted Houses in New London.

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