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Monday, September 26, 2016

5 Unique Places to Celebrate Halloween in Kentucky

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There are so many Halloween events throughout the state - let's focus on events that are doing things a little differently.  Here are 5 awesome Kentucky events for families to enjoy the friendly BOOs and SCARES of Halloween.

The World's Largest Halloween Party takes place at the Louisville Zoo. While I am sure that many have heard of the event there are bound to be some who weren't aware of the event! The zoo starts this event in early October and it runs through Halloween. You can find more information here. Just a tip it is pretty popular so going earlier in the season works out better in terms of crowds! Tickets are required but you can grab them here!

Kentucky Reptile Zoo Ssssspooktacular takes place on October 15th from 11am - 6pm. Enjoy a tour filled with games, prizes, crafts, and spend some time with snakes and other reptiles from all over the world! Click here for info.

In downtown Bardstown you and your littles can hit the square and collect candy from the local businesses. This event takes place on October 28th and lasts from 3pm until 5pm. Call 502-348-4877 or visit http://www.bardstownmainstreet.com for more information.

Corvette Museum offers a version of trunk or treat but the trunks are the trunks of classic cars. The event takes place on October 25th, from 4-6 p.m. and it's free. It takes place at NCM Motorsports Park. Click here for info.

Fort Boonesborough State Park, Richmond - They host a Halloween Lights Drive Thru on Oct. 22nd.  They are sights, sounds and scares of over 1½ miles of Halloween lights and displays - enjoy it all from the comfort of your car. There will also be pirate miniature golf with Halloween music and thousands of lights along with snacks for purchase. A $5 donation for the tour will go to the Fort Boonesborough Foundation. For more information call 859-527-3454


Click here to see more events in Oldham County
Click here to see more events around the Louisville area
Click here to see more events for the Shelby County area
Click here for Halloween fun around Lexington
Click here for fall fun around Elizabethtown
Click here for fall fun around Bowling Green

Check out our Pumpkin Patch list!

Stephanie

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