Halloween at the Farm
Information & Booking
Halloween at the Farm
Oct 15th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd, 29th, 30th & 31st
Celebrate Halloween at the farm!
This October, visit our farm transformed into a halloween whimsical adventure. From unicorns and dinosaurs to a halloween-themed veterinary clinic; it's an experience you won't want to miss.
7 days only!
Appropriate for kids of all ages (nothing gory). Costumes encouraged!
$12 per ticket lunch time special! (12PM timeslot!)
$18 Per Ticket Includes:
All adults and children over 2 years require a ticket
- 1.5 hour of access to the farm to explore
- Animals in costume (you may even see a unicorn!)
- Hay for the animals
- A small pumpkin or gourd for each participant
- Pumpkin decorating
- Hands-on time with our friendly farm animals
- Trick-or-Treat Scavenger Hunt
- A spider web challenge
- Face painting
- Story time
Add on a Gem Bag for spooky gemstone mining $10
Add on our Children's Book Penelope Plants a Pumpkin $18
Add on Spooky Apothecary Experience $25 (ages 6 & up)
Learn about the benefits of essential oils and customize your own witch's brew room spray. Includes 2 bottles of room spray per ticket.
Add on Spooky Vet Clinic Experience $15 (ages 6 & up)
Bats, Cats and Bones- Learn how to bandage/splint an animal and take home a kit to practice on their own!
Add on Large Pumpkin $15
Other experiences available on site (details to follow)
Spooky Snacks (outside food is welcome)
Black Cat Adoption
Hayrides (pending weather and ground conditions)
This ticket is non-refundable but can be transferred, gifted or re-sold. Transfer requests are on a first-come, first serve basis and must be request at least 48 hours before your scheduled ticket. This event is Rain or Shine unless otherwise notified by the venue (we will cancel for extreme weather or down-pouring rain). In the event of cancellation, the ticket will be transferred to another day or a credit will be given.
Donate non-perishable food for PORCH Chapel Hill and receive a free book. Redeemable at Farm Stand upon arrival.
Under North Carolina law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. ... You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.
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