Dearborn turns into Halloweentown
Village features 11 trick-or-treat stations, a haunted carousel and even the Headless Horseman.
BY SAVANNAH RHEINHART, Copy Editor
Each Halloween, Greenfield Village opens its gates after dark for some spooky entertainment. For every weekend in October, the Village decorates and has special holiday activities for children and adults. There are eleven trick-or-treat stations on a jack-o-lantern lit path with characters dressed in historic costumes, a haunted carousel and even the Headless Horseman.
The Taste of History restaurant and the Guild Beer Hall will be open for snacks and meals. Greenfield Village treat bags will be provided.
Tickets are still available for next weekend, but time slots are limited and must be purchased in advance. Tickets are $15.00.
For more information, check out www.thehenryford.org/events.
For younger children, The Henry Ford Estate will be open for trick-or-treating between 7 and 7:30pm on October 29th in the Gardens.
Children should come dressed in costumes with a flashlight and a treat bag.
Tickets are $5 and must be reserved in advance by calling (313)-701-2240.