Scare yourself with our complete 2020 guide to Halloween in Hendersonville, from haunted houses to terror trails to family-friendly trick-or-treating. There are so many awesome ways to celebrate Halloween in the area that we figured we’d make it easier by running through every event in one easy-to-read guide so you don’t miss out on any of the fun.
One of the prerequisites for a good Halloween experience is a fun costume. Luckily enough, Hendersonville has plenty of great resources for assembling a perfect costume.
Penny Lane Exchange
32 S Broad St, Brevard, NC 28712
Penny Lane Exchange is a professional costume shop with dozens of costume themes and accessories. You’ll find everything you need at this lovely store, from Harry Potter apparel to elaborate moving mouth masks.
Hendersonville as well as the greater Western North Carolina region are well known for their terrifying haunted houses. So scream your way through these petrifying experiences while attempting to avoid the things that go bump in the night.
The Haunted Farm
624 Townsend Road, Hendersonville, NC 28792
The Haunted Farm is the scariest Halloween attraction in Western North Carolina and its home is right here in Hendersonville. We hope you survive fifty minutes of terror that the Farm provides! Regular admission tickets are $30-35 per person (depending on the day) and parking is $5 per car. Tickets can be purchased online, though parking can only be paid on-site with cash. And for those who want to skip the queue, fast-pass tickets are available for $45-$50 per person (depending on the day).
The Myers Haunted House
237 Bell Ave, East Flat Rock, NC 28726
Come enjoy a self-guided haunt featuring old Hollywood horror film characters from Michael Myers, Freddy, Jason, Leatherface and more. The Myers Haunted House is recommended for ages 7 & up but is at the parents discretion. The house’s 2020 schedule is October 16-18, 23-25, 28-31, and Nov 1. Tickets are $12 per person (cash only). Ticket sales begin at 7:30 pm, and the haunt begins at 8:00 pm each night.
If you want to keep it traditional, Hendersonville has several safe and inviting neighborhoods where you and your family can enjoy the sights of beautifully decorated homes as well as the faces of welcoming neighbors.
Trick or Treat Street is Hendersonville’s biggest trick or treat event. Unfortunately, this year’s event has been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns.
Halloween at Hendersonville Farmers Market will take place at its regular location during regular hours, but everyone is invited to dress up in your Halloween costume! Shoppers can expect fall harvest produce as well as baked goods, crafts, live music, and more.
Halloween in Asheville
Looking for activities around the Asheville area? Visit Asheville.com’s Halloween guide for more information!
Last updated October 18, 2020. This page will be continually updated throughout the season. Want to add your event to this list? Send an email to [email protected].