All Hallows' Eve

October 11 and 18,  2014 • 5:3All-Hallows-2012--11-.jpg0–9:30 p.m.Ohio Village, I-71 & 17th Avenue, Columbus

Enjoy an evening of family fun at All Hallows' Eve, with spooky stories by the bonfire, pumpkin carving, and creepy characters like the village gravedigger and Krazy Kate. Watch out for the Headless Horseman and hear The Legend of Sleepy Hollow around the bonfire. Come revel in 19th-century-style entertainment including fortune telling, crafts, games, and more! Ohio Village, our recreated 19th-century community adjacent to the Ohio History Center at I-71 & 17th Avenue in Columbus, serves as the picture-perfect setting for this popular Halloween event.

All Hallows’ Eve Admission
Admission is $12/adult and $9/youth (6–12); $10/Ohio History Connection adult member and $7/Ohio History Connection youth member (6–12), and free age 5 and under.

Tickets may be purchased at the gate. Tickets may also be purchased in advance by calling 800.686.1541 or by clicking here.

Much of All Hallows’ Eve takes place outdoors. Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes.

Questions? For more information, call 800.686.1541.


 

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5:30–8:45 p.m.
Join in an old-fashioned Halloween throughout the village:
Pay Your Respects to the Widow
Lend the Gravedigger a Hand
Meet Wandering Eccentrics, including Krazy Kate and Granny Woman
Dance to Fiddlers in the Town Hall (We’ll teach you!)
Enjoy Eerie Shadow Stories (October 18 ONLY)
Attend an Irish Wake 

Enjoy Old-Fashioned Fun for Kids:
• Try the Amazing Maze
• Decorate a Mask
• Buy and Carve a Pumpkin ($5)

 Consult ReaAll-Hallows-2012--10-.jpgders of Fortune:
• Palm Reading
• Runes
• Sortilege
• Astrology
• Sand
• Dominoes
• Oracles

 Check Out More Halloween Fun:
• Museum of Oddities
• Dancer of Mystery
• Snatching at Fate
• Pumpkin Fortunes
• Fate Lady
• Lucky and Unlucky Dates
• Mole Interpretation
• Storytelling
• Dream Interpretation
• Auditions for Professional Mourners

 Try Your Luck at Old-Time Games of Fortune:
• Three Luggies
• Cabalistic Calculations
• Klondike
• Fortunes With Cords
• Wax Fortunes

5:30–8:45 p.m.
Enjoy a Snack or a Sandwich
Purchase sandwiches, snacks, soft drinks, hot beverages and Halloween cookies from food trucks and other vendors on site.

6:30–8:30 p.m.
Shop the General Store
Choose from a variety of 19th-century-style merchandise and other gifts.

7:30 p.m.
Chill to a Fireside Reading of Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Keep an eye out for the Headless Horseman, who’s been known to appear at Ohio Village on All Hallows’ Eve. (For those with later bedtimes, there’s a second reading – and a second appearance by you-know-who — at 9 pm.)

8:45 p.m.
Join the Funeral Procession
Follow a torchlight procession of mourners carrying the dearly departed to his final resting place (conveniently located near the 9 p.m. reading of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow).

9:00 p.m.
Chill to a Fireside Reading of Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Keep an eye out for the Headless Horseman, who’s been known to appear at Ohio Village on All Hallows’ Eve.


Ohio History Center/Ohio Village

614-297-2300/800-686-6124

800 E. 17th Ave. (17th Ave & 71)

Columbus Ohio 43211

Click here for a map and driving directions.