The lights will be off in Connecticut’s oldest house, so bring a flashlight to explore — even the basement, which may have surprises for visitors brave enough to venture there. Admission includes crafting gravestones and gargoyles out of clay, displays on the Guilford Green graveyards and the Whitfield connection to the Salem witch trials, the origins of Halloween traditions in the Holidaze display, … AND CANDY! $6 admission. Free for children ages 12 and younger. Free parking.
Location: Henry Whitfield State Museum, 248 Old Whitfield St Guilford, Connecticut 06437