Halloween in Historic Richmond Town
Saturday, October 27, 2018
3:00 p.m.–11:00 p.m.
Halloween comes early to Historic Richmond Town!
Can’t wait for October 31? Neither can we! Trick-or-treat at New York City’s most complete historic village. Bring the kids (in costume, of course!) for some Halloween fun—and recapture your own childhood, too!
Bob for apples, jump in the hay, and make an historic craft to add to your bag of fall goodies! Costumed interpreters and crisp fall air are all set against the backdrop of Historic Richmond Town’s main village site. This year’s event will include fabulous food trucks, live music performances by Deep Grass and Historic Richmond Town’s dear friends The Wahoo Skiffle Crazies, a magic show, melty-delicious s’mores at the Tavern Terrace fire-pit and a costume parade!
In the nostalgic spirit of an old-fashioned community Halloween, visitors will enjoy a safe, fun trick-or-treating experience, while visiting such historic structures as the Third County Courthouse, the County Clerk and Surrogate’s Office, the Stephens House and General Store, and the Guyon-Lake-Tysen farmhouse.
Look for the costumed interpreter at Historic Richmond Town's newly-restored visitor center located at 441 Clarke Avenue.
$10 per Child
(718) 351-166 ext. 266