Halloween Fun in Northern Virginia
Check out these great Halloween activities being offered in Loudoun, Fairfax, and surrounding areas this year for ghosts and ghouls both big and small.
Grab some hot cider and put the kids in the car to watch the light show timed to music at a home in Woodlea Hills in Leesburg. The show runs from October 13th-31st from 5:00 pm-10:00 pm. So tune your radio to 98.3 and listen to some Halloween class songs like Monster Mash and Thriller while the lights put on a show. Get more info here.
This event is more trick than treat. This 60-75 minute walking tour takes you to historic downtown Leesburg businesses and homes while costumed storytellers share the tales of the buildings’ spooky pasts. Recommended for ages 10 and up, tickets are available for $35 online. Tours are scheduled for Oct. 27th & 28th. Get more info here.
Head to Leesburg on Tuesday, October 31st to check out the parade as it makes its way down King Street between Ida Lee Park and Safeway. Bring your bag to collect the candy that will be passed out and be ready to wave at all the decorated floats, classic cars, and first responders. Get more info here.
Cox Farms in Centreville offers a variety of fun fall activities. Buy your tickets online for family fun at the Fall Festival with attractions including multiple slides, hayrides, and farm demos. Looking for something spookier? Check out Fields of Fear every Friday and Saturday night from 7:30pm- 11pm with 20 acres of frights and delights. Get more info here.
Celebrate Halloween in 18th-century style! Visit the home of George Washington in costume on October 28th and enjoy Halloween-themed Punch and Judy shows, 18th-century chocolate-making demonstrations, and musical entertainment. Use the special Mount Veron treat bag to collect candy around the grounds. Get more info here.
Venture out to Middleburg and The Salamander Hotel for their 0.6-mile trail featuring 10 actor scenes from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm for children ages 4-12 years old. Our fright-free trail is at 6:30 for children who wish to walk the trail without actors in the scenes. Get more info and reserve tickets here.
Head to One Loudoun on Oct. 28th from 1-3pm to show off your 4-legged friend in their cute costume. There will be music, photo opportunities, treat stations and fun for the kids too. Get more info here.