October has arrived, and InnVirginia’s B&Bs are celebrating the harvest season with pumpkin décor, spiced drinks, and of course, nearby Halloween festivities. Virginia is the perfect place to experience a frightfully good time, so check out these upcoming and current haunted houses, ghost walks, and creepy farm tours, and don’t forget to complete your Halloween getaway with a stay at a Virginia bed & breakfast!
The Devil’s Den, Winchester: Sometimes there’s nothing scarier than our own history, and The Devil’s Den is rooted in the past. “Come visit the home of one of America’s worst serial killers.” (Note: Google states that this attraction is permanently closed, but that’s incorrect! They’ve simply moved to a new location: 537 N. Cameron Street, Winchester, VA.)
Darkwood Manor House, Luray: This 15-year old Shenandoah Valley attraction combines high-quality theatrical makeup, fantastically scary actors, and detailed sets to give you all the chills you could want from a haunted house. “This isn’t your father’s old spook house!”
Colonial Ghosts, Williamsburg: If you’re fascinated by supernatural history but not so fond of the sometimes gruesome aspect of haunted tours, then you may enjoy this historic ghost walk (rated one of the top 10 ghost tours in the US!)
Haunted Hunt Club Farm, Virginia Beach: It’s time for the 26th annual Haunted Halloween Festival, “featuring The Village of the Dead, Field of Screams & Hampton Roads’ Best Haunted Hayride!” (The farm also offers events like Military Appreciation Night, Zombie Prom Halloween Night, and a showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.)