ALL HALLOW'S EVE RETURNS TO NAPERVILLE FOR IT'S EIGHTEENTH YEAR ON OCTOBER 18 & 19
This haunting event promises thrills, chills, and eerie entertainment. This annual Halloween event transforms the museum’s 13-acre grounds into a spooky, haunted village that blends history and horror. Guests will explore more than 20 different haunt experiences, from frightful reenactments of Vlad the Impaler and Sweeney Todd to face painting, fire spinners, and illusionists. Each experience has a fright factor rating from one to three skulls, allowing guests to customize their experience throughout the evening.
New additions include:
Little Red Riding Hood haunt experience
Evil Rock stage, featuring spooky performances by local School of rock music students
Expanded Zombie Maze
Bugs, insects, and spiders on display from Crosstown Exotics
50 decorated pumpkins in the “Fort Pain” Dark Art Gallery for the Naperville’s Heritage Society’s 50th Anniversary
Each year, Naper Settlement partners with local organizations to bring this event to life, with more than 200 volunteers from school groups and arts organizations participating as scare actors.
“All Hallows Eve is Naperville’s annual celebration of the occult, where instead of one haunted house, guests are frightened by over a dozen bone-chilling haunts and numerous hair-raising performances,” said Adison Glick, special events team leader.
All Hallows Eve runs from 6:30-10 p.m. each night and is not recommended for children under 8 years old. Tickets are $20/guest. Members and children under 4 are free. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.NaperSettlement.org/AllHallowsEve.