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Halloween Festivities - Five Things to do this Spooky Season


Group of Pumpkins, Melody Scott

Hold onto your broomsticks, Halloween is rapidly approaching!


With Halloween just around the corner, there is still time to enjoy adventurous and spooktacular activities around and near Nashville.


12th South Pumpkin Patch

This pumpkin patch located at 2501 12th Ave. S., is only a 20-minute walk from Belmont’s campus. With a wide variety of pumpkins and many photo opportunities, this is an easy way to soak in some autumn atmosphere. And as a bonus – it's free.

Gentry Farm

Only a 23-mile drive from Belmont, Genty Farm is a solid weekend activity. There is much to experience. The $11 admission fee includes a corn maze, arcade, riverwalk, barn maze, animals, a wildflower meadow, Putt Putt golf, wagon rides and more. The farm is open through Oct. 30.

Trace View Ranch

Located 20 minutes from campus near the Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge, Trace View Ranch in Franklin, Tennessee, is open on Saturdays and Sundays through October. The pumpkin patch is free, but ranch tours cost $20.


Devil’s Dungeon

Devil’s Dungeon is a haunted house attraction that is only around a 5-mile drive from campus. Devil’s Dungeon first opened in 2000. Tickets range from $25-$30 and the attraction is open on selected days until Nov. 4.

Slaughterhouse

Located in Hermitage, Tennessee, this haunted attraction has been scaring the bejesus out folks for 38 seasons. There are three different ticket options; general admission tickets are $30, movie and a haunt is $38, and dinner, movie, and a haunt is $57. Slaughterhouse is open on selective days through Oct. 31.


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This article was written by Elisabeth Gage

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