Haunted Houses and Great Shows
Fri Oct 29 and Sat Oct 30 8:00 PMWe’re scaring up a good time at Music Hall with two nights of mu-sic and mirth, just in time for Halloween! A costumed Orchestra is joined by a creepy cast of singers and dancers for a bagful of musi-cal tricks and treats for all ages. Child tickets are just $20. Wearyour costume for a chance to win great prizes!
Dungeons of Delhi Haunted HouseOct 8-31
362 Anderson Ferry RoadCincinnati, OH 45238513-252-6007
This year's haunted attraction features 33 rooms of terror. Park in front and walk around the right side of building. Ticketsales and entrance in back of building.$8; $4 same night re-entry
St. Rita Haunted House Oct 7–30
1720 Glendale-Milford RoadCincinnati, OH 45215513-771-1060
Civil War-era farmhouse was the boys' dormitory when schoolfirst opened. More than 16 rooms of fright, including the Pol-tergeist Lab, the Judge's Chamber, Pirates and the ToxicWaste Room. Tour Detention Hall, new attraction, in back of school; weather permitting. Free parking.$10www.srsdeaf.org
Dent Haunted Schoolhouse Oct 7-31
5963 Harrison Ave.Cincinnati, OH 45248513-598-4600
More than 50 rooms of horror. Detention Hall, terrifying newattraction, is behind schoolhouse for bad students and weatherpermitting. Concessions available. Fully covered waiting line.Free parking.Schoolhouse and hall: $30 fast pass, $20; schoolhouse: $25
10/9/2010, 10/16, 10/23, 10/24. 10/30, 10/31WEBN-FM (102.7) broadcasting 8-10 p.m.
Fall-O-Ween Coney Island Oct 9-10
Trick or Treat Trail - 1:00-6:00pm daily
- Children are invited to dress in their Halloween costumes and visitTrick or Treat Stations to receive goodies generously donated by local vendors
Coney Island's Classic Rides
Included with Festival admission ticket
Apple Pie School
Kids can create their very own tasty apple pie
Pumpkin Painting and Halloween Crafts
A Fall-O-Ween favorite!
| Price Range $25-94.50
The pale curve of a neck. The throbbing pulse of blood under theskin. The moment before two fangs make their final bite. ForCount Dracula, it’s a love-mark ritual that becomes a deadly obses-sion. Sensual and sinister, Bram Stoker’s
, in a fresh adap-tation by Steven Dietz, stars the infamously bloodthirsty vampirewho inspired a pop-culture craze. When Count Dracula travels toVictorian London in search of love, a reign of terror ensues—andno beautiful young woman is left unmarred. Sink your teeth intothis seductive story, ideal for the Halloween seasonShow times: Evening performances Thursdays, Fridays, and Satur-days at 7:30 p.m. and matinee performances Sundays at 2 p.m.Prices: Adults $28, Seniors $24, Students $22