Halloween In The Lowcountry

Dated: October 2 2019

Views: 479

Halloween is right around the corner in the Lowcountry and the spooky festivities have already started! From pumpkin patches to ghost tours there is no shortage of options when considering where to get your fright on! Here are some of the best Halloween-inspired events that Charleston has to offer:

  • Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch: October 1-31. Take the family out to the Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch where you will be greeted by activities galore all for the low price of $12 that includes all attractions. Attractions include Corn Maze, Jump Pillow, Giant Slide Tower, All American Petting Zoo, Spider Web, Rock Climbing Wall and much more!

  • Skinful Halloween: Oct.26. The local famous Halloween Costume PartySkinful Halloween will return on Saturday, October 26, 2019. The event will be held at Charleston Woodlands with live performances from Method Man, Redman, Mix Master Mike, QBERT, The Dubplates and many More TBA. This event benefits Palmetto Community Care and Keepers of the Wild.21 and over only, no children allowed.

  • Lowcountry Halloween Fest. Oct.27. A unique and safe indoor trick-or-treating experience with dozens of family-friendly local businesses handing out candy. Free admission and free activities! Children can trick-or-treat and enjoy bounce houses, photo booth, balloon animals, airbrush face & body art, laser tag, and much more. Special guests will be making an appearance. The first 1,500 trick-or-treaters are guaranteed candy

  • This original show will combine movement art, dance, live music and classic horror films to create a unique, transformative and completely terrifying experience like never before. A full-blown production of the decades, this phantasmagoric event will start at the origins of horror film and will travel through Hollywood’s most iconic horror moments from 1920 to today


Blog author image

Dan Lorentz

About Dan Lorentz, ABR, CRS, Founder & Team Leader of Greater Charleston Properties: Founder and Team Leader of the Greater Charleston Properties Team, Dan Lorentz, has lived in the Charleston, SC ....

Latest Blog Posts

2021 Real Estate Market

2020 was a wild year in many respects. As we move into the new year filled with hope the housing market remains strong. 2020 left us with a pandemic, an election and record low mortgage rates.

Read More

Support Local

The financial toll that the pandemic has taken on small businesses is heartbreaking and overwhelming. Many were forced to close their doors for good while others attempt to stay open despite

Read More

Election Impacts On The Real Estate Market

The Presidential election is just a few days away and many states have already begun early voting. There are several questions surrounding the 2020 election and one of them has to do without it will

Read More

Housing Market Changes In Election Years

Just a week after the first presidential debate many Americans are now more confused than ever. Regardless of political affiliation we can all agree that 2020 has been quite the year. Amidst 

Read More