Sprawling across two city blocks, 13th Gate Haunted House isn't afraid to deliver in-your-face shocks. Visitors of this 40,000-square-foot attraction get up close and personal with terrifyingly realistic sets, from crawling through a creepy crematory oven to staggering over a rickety bridge suspended over hundreds of live snakes. If you make it through the haunted house, you still have to survive a half-mile, cemetery-themed maze infested with more than 50 zombies. The only escape: Run!
Since its inception in 1991, the Keene Pumpkin Festival has set eight world records for amassing the largest number of lit of jack-o'-lanterns in one location. Close to 1,000 volunteers labor for three days to carve more than 28,000 pumpkins, which line the streets and tower 50 feet above the town center.
Just a short car ride from Sleepy Hollow – the inspiration for Washington Irving's famous story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" – this small town in New York puts a terrifying twist on the traditional hayride. The one-mile journey winds through acres of gloomy woods, full of sinister scenes and creepy characters lurking behind the bushes. The hair-raising ride culminates with an appearance from the Headless Horseman himself. If you can handle another scare after finishing the hayride, this 45-acre attraction also features a corn maze and six haunted houses.
To give guests something sweet to remember them by, this happy couple set out a delightful "Sweets & Treats" station, allowing guests to fill up a bag of candy for the road. Glass containers easily displays the candy and showcases the color.
The bride and groom fell in love with this venue as soon as they saw it. Since there was a greenhouse on site, they were free to use any trees and plants they wanted. Running lights up the walls and wrapping the trees turned the space into a winter wonderland.
To tie in family history and honor the people who mean the most to them, David and Kristen Wilson displayed wedding pictures of each of their parents and grandparents. The photos were glued to burlap then the burlap was glued to the back of painted window panes.