Halloween fun for the whole family!
Did you know Halloween was celebrated in America in the 1800’s? Let’s continue the tradition with a historical haunting adventure in the Burritt Historic Park and Barnyard. Enjoy crafts, candy and snacks throughout the park. Visit the Fortune Teller for an entertaining historical reading or hear a chilling ghost tale read by the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library.
After that, stop by and see live slithery reptiles with CM Exotic Reptiles. Grab your camera and have your picture taken with live exotic reptiles and learn some educational fun facts too.
Enjoy the sounds of Don Neumann & Melea Horton as you wander through the park.
Costumes encouraged, but masks required when indoors or unable to distance throughout the park.
Curious what costumes looked like in the 1800’s, check out this gallery of images from History Channel of Halloween Costumes That Disguised, Spooked and Thrilled Through The Ages!
Halloween Costumes That Disguised, Spooked and Thrilled Through the Ages: Photos
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