Fright Farm. Leave the kiddies at home and get ready for a night full of paranormal activity. This haunted house is not for the fainthearted. 7-11 p.m. Oct. 12-13, 19-20, 26-27, 30-31; $10; Ramsey County Fairgrounds, White Bear Avenue and Frost Street, Maplewood; frightfarm.org.
Frightmares at Buck Hill. Buck Hill is transformed into a land of demons and monsters. Walk the grounds and e
Halloween Haunt. Leave the little ones at home for this monthlong production at ValleySCARE. With haunted houses, a fog-filled cemetery and terrifying rides, Halloween Haunt turns Valleyfair into a monster-filled nightmare. Weekends through Oct. 28; $33.99-$28.99;
Haunted Basement. Designed by artists, the Soap Factory's attraction mi
Haunted Trail. Take a walk through the haunted walking trail at Di
House of Gore. This gruesome, maze-like haunted house is full of spooky surprises sure to scare the pants off you. Complete with rats, ghosts, and gallons of bloody gore, this haunted house is intended for adults. There are no age restrictions, but parents are advised to use caution if bringing children. 5-11 p.m. Oct. 12-14, 19-21, 26-31; $5; 1444 E. Reaney Ave., St. Paul; butchershophouseofgore.tripod.com.
Phantom's Feast: Dark Carnival. Feast on braised short ribs and blood-red red-velvet cake while longtime feast master Jim Cunningham sends shivers up your spine with spooky tales based on real events, including the Salem Witch Trials and Jack the Ripper. Each ticket entitles the guest to admission to Trail of Terror and a gift.
Planet Spooky. Planet Snoopy will become Planet Spooky for a family friendly e
Pumpkin Palooza. Pumpkins, gourds and squash abound in this colorful display. There are more than 100 varieties in this year's e
Pumpkin Train. Hop aboard the Pumpkin Train on the Riverside & Great Northern Railway. Riders will e
Scarecrow Alley. Gather friends and family to browse the unusual animal-themed scarecrows at the Minnesota Zoo's fourth annual event. Through Oct. 31; Wells Fargo Family Farm, Minnesota Zoo,
Sever's Fall Festival and Corn Maze. A petting zoo, hayrides and camel rides are among the activities. After navigating the maze (this year's theme is "Harvesting Memories"), take a ride down the giant slide or bounce on the giant pillow. 1-9 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Oct. 28; $13 (children younger than 3 are free);
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