10 Great Ways to Spend Halloween Weekend in Worcester

 by Heather CameronOctober 28, 2021

Are you looking for Tricks or Treats this weekend? Halloween is this Sunday, but you can celebrate all weekend with all the ghoulish fun haunting Worcester this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

ThisWeekinWorcester.com has your itinerary for all of Worcester's Halloween shindigs happening this weekend. Join in on the spooktacular events and treat your family to hayrides, haunted houses, trunk or treating, and much more!

Find wholesome haunts for yourself and the family!

This Saturday from 6 PM to 9 PM start your car's engine and drive over to David Prouty High School's Halloween Highway. All members of the community are invited to drive up to the football stadium to see their Halloween decorations and listen to the marching band perform. The event is $10 per car.

Dance along to the Monster Mash at a thrilling bash in Worcester

Join the Boo-tenanny at Nick's Bar this Saturday at 8 PM. Pay what you can at the door and enjoy a night of music, comedy, and more hosted by Shaun Connolly. There will be prizes for best scary story, so think of your most chilling tales!

Dress your best this Saturday!

Keep the suit and tie in the closet and put on your favorite costume for Whiskey on Water's Halloween Costume Party with music on two levels: Lenny Travers will be rocking the roof and Backyard Swagger will perform on the lower level. Winners of the costume contest can win $1000 cash and prizes.

Fit in family frights!

This Friday is Halloween Family Night at Friendly House. From 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM, children from the ages 8 + are invited to join Friendly House for a costume parade, contest, games, and more! This event requires online registration.

Focus on safety this Sunday

Join the Worcester Police Department for their 6th Annual Worcester Hill-O-Ween. Bring your little ghosts and ghouls to the summit of Union Hill at 121 Providence Street this Halloween night from 5 PM to 7:30 PM for a fun and safe trick or treating experience with Chief Sargent, Officer Sean Lovely, and the rest of the Worcester Police Department.

You can leave your broomstick at home this Sunday!

Fly high at Wachusett's Trick or Treat Skyride Event. Come to Wachusett Mountain in Princeton from 10 AM to 2 PM on Sunday to ride up to the summit and back down again for a goody bag and Halloween treats! Wear your costumes for prizes. Kids ride free with an adult. Tickets are $12 for adults.

Give yourself a treat this Halloween!

Apex Entertainment in Marlborough is hosting a eerily exciting party this Saturday! From 6 PM to 9 PM, join Apex for their Halloween Party with Modelo, including prizes for best costumes!

Find frightening fun near you!

Camp Marshall at 92 McCormick Road in Spencer is hosting Halloween treats for the whole family! Start the fun with their Trunk or Treat at 3 PM, followed by hayrides from 5 PM to 6 PM, and end the evening with their Halloween Fright Walk at 6 PM. Andrew's Hall will be hosting games and fun activities, too.

Gather around to hear classic scary stories!

All weekend long, visit New England's beloved living history museum, Old Sturbridge Village, for their Phantoms and Fire event. For $20 for adults and $12 for children, come to the museum after their typical hours. From 5 PM to 8:30 PM, performers will be reciting Edgar Allan Poe tales, Bullard Tavern will be selling delicious food, and your children can gather clues for a bag of treats.

Trunk 'N Treat at Stop & Shop

The State Police Association teams up with Stop & Shop at 949 Grafton Street in Worcester for a free Trunk ‘n Treat event on Saturday, October 30, from 10 AM to 2 PM.

Children will be able to ‘Trunk N’ Treat’ out of State Police and local law enforcement vehicles to collect candy and snacks provided by their local Stop & Shop.

Updated on October 29 at 3 PM to replace an event that was cancelled.

Lead image courtesy: Wachusett Mountain

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