Haunted Halloween at Westfield Heritage Village

Hallowe'en from the past


Things are looking pretty spooky in Rockton! See what’s brewing…

 Haunted Halloween allows visitors to explore All Hallow’s Eve history and folklore in the unique setting of one of Ontario’s best living history museums, Westfield Heritage Village, Friday, October 28th and Saturday, October 29th, 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Time after time, Westfield takes you back to our past with historical buildings, costumed interpreters, live demonstrations and presentations that entertain and educate like no other.
     In the setting of more than 30 historical buildings lit by lantern-light, learn the story of Stingy Jack or join the roaring ‘20s costume party. Enjoy presentations of our ancestor’s phobias, superstitions and history including puppet shows, ghost stories, and relive the traditions of Halloweens past! Younger children can try their hands at Halloween crafts and even try on a pair of feathered fairy wings. For the more adventurous visitor, take a stroll through the haunted train station or do the Walk of Doom… if you dare! Enjoy some free hot popcorn (while quantities last) and remember your trip with a one-of-a-kind souvenir from the gift shop.
     So bone up on your history at Westfield Heritage Village located on 1049 Kirkwall Road (also known as Regional Road 552) in Rockton, just off Highway 8 between Hamilton and Cambridge. For more information, call 1-800-883-0104. For all Westfield event information and directions, visit www.westfieldheritage.ca.
     Admission is only $11 for adults, $10 for seniors and $6.50 for children 6-12 yrs of age. Kids 5 years and under are free and parking is free. Buy your tickets online at www.westfieldheritage.ca and save $1 per ticket.

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