Fall is awesome. Halloween is awesome. Falloween is Halloween plus Fall equals all the awesome. Here are Five Falloween Things to do in the Richmond Region:
Halloween Haunt is awesome. With mazes, rides and scare zones and shows, Kings Dominion does everything big and right. This is the best, scariest, most awesome experience you can have in the Richmond Region this Halloween. They've also got "No Tricks, All Treats" during the day for smaller kids.
October 13 - 8-11 p.m. On the 120th anniversary of the opening of The Jefferson Hotel, we’ll bring back the Beaux Arts Ball to the Jefferson in all its glory with architecturally-inspired food from 12 chefs including Walter Bundy, Patrick Ehemann and Sara Ayyash and Bryan McClure of The Jefferson, Joy Crump of FOODE and Mercantile, Mindy Segal of Hot Chocolate, Aaron Cross of Rancho T, Lisa Donovan of Buttermilk Road, Kevin LaCivita of Pomegranate, James Eckrosh of The Dog & Pig Show, Tim Bereika of The Urban Tavern, Jannequin Bennett and Ellie Basch of Everyday Gourmet and Will Mitchell of The Blue Goat. Beer and wine included. It’s Halloween, so of course, we’ll have a costume contest designed to celebrate Virginia architectural treasures. DJ Constantine Giavos will bring a little NYC to RVA and we'll have some spooky Noah Scalin art to jazz up the joint!
Celebrate fall, nature’s grand finale, with Oktoberfest at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden! Join us on October 24, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. for a day filled with live music, games and prizes, all included in Garden admission.
Get some history, and some scares from the folks at Eerie Nights: Eerie Nights is a theatrical story telling experience where guides in character, special effects make-up and costume tell you the history and paranormal activity associated with several historical and haunted locations.
Chesterfield Berry Farm in Midlothian has something for everyone: pumpkin picking during the day for the little ones and Total Terror Scream Park in the evening for thrill seekers.