Halloween Events 2019 in and around Salisbury, MD
The season of spookiness is upon us, and we’re all wondering how to best get out and enjoy it. One way is by taking part in some of the great events put on here in Salisbury. To get you started, we’ve compiled a few that stood out to us.
Read on to check ‘em out, and let us know if there’s any we missed in the comments! Thanks for reading, and we here at Pohanka hope you have a very happy (and slightly scary, if that’s your thing) Halloween.
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When? Saturday, October 12th at 2 PM
Where? The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, 909 S Schumaker Dr, Salisbury MD
The name alone was enough to win us over to this intriguing event taking place deep within the galleries of the Chesapeake Wildfowl Expo and Fall Festival. There will be fun fall-themed activities taking place continuously from 8 am until 4 pm. The Quack or Treat itself begins at 2 pm and continues until the candy runs out. Wear a costume!
When? Saturday, October 12th from 3:30 until 5:30 PM
Where? Salisbury Zoological Park, 755 S Park Drive, Salisbury MD
This not-scary event is just for families with a special needs member. Games will be played from 3:30 until 4:30. After, the trick-or-treat trail will open up from 4:30 until 5:30.
When? October 19 and 26, 1 until 4 pm
Where? Salisbury Zoological Park, 755 S Part Drive, Salisbury MD
Taking place twice this month, the Halloween Happenings event is aimed at kids aged ten and under who don’t necessarily want to experience anything scary. It’s the biggest Halloween event on the Eastern Shore. Kids will be able to trick or treat throughout the zoo, play Halloween games, and learn about animals. The whole family can compete in a costume contest.
When? Thursday, October 24th from 7:30 to 9:00 A.M.
Where? Friends of Poplar Hill Mansion, Inc, 117 Elizabeth St., Salisbury MD
This unique event combines the tradition of high tea with the fun and aesthetics of Halloween. A special menu of Halloween-themed foods will be served, including pumpkin soup. The Poplar Mansion, where the Halloween Tea takes place, is considered Salisbury’s most haunted house. On top of this, it will be fully decked-out with decorations for the holiday. All proceeds from ticket sales will go towards the preservation of the mansion.