Cemetery Lane, a Halloween experience featuring 13 trick-or-treating stops along a private, gated row of Victorian manors rumored to be haunted, takes over Heritage Square Museum October 27-31, 2021 – with hourly timed entry ticketing making the eerie event even more exclusive.

  • Both day and nighttime ticket options are available to guests who dare traverse through the “neighborhood” of residents dying to celebrate Halloween.
  • A plethora of photo ops as well as interactions with the terrifying townsfolk are part of the ghoulishly fun event.
  • Cemetery Lane is for all ages – young and old alike are highly encouraged to dress up in costume and enjoy the event which is mostly outdoors.
  • All applicable local health guidelines will be enforced.
  • The trick-or-treating element will last about an hour for each guest; but they are welcome to stay longer to mingle among the spirits.
  • Producing the event are:
    • David Markland (co-founder and executive director of Midsummer Scream)
    • Claire Dunlap (co-founder and producer of Midsummer Scream and Spooky Swap Meet)
    • Ian Momii (Thea Award-winning technical director for The Nest)
    • Decor and effects by Jeff Schiefelbein (owner/producer of Sinister Pointe)
  • A limited shopping experience will be found on Cemetery Lane, including snacks for purchase.
  • More information and tickets are available at CemeteryLane.com.
  • Children under age 2 receive free admission; all other guests must purchase a ticket:
    • Wednesday, October 27, 4pm-6pm: $25/6pm-9pm: $30
    • Thursday, October 28, 4pm-6pm: $25/6pm-9pm: $30
    • Friday, October 29, 4pm-6pm: $25/6pm-10pm: $30
    • Saturday, October 30 1pm-6pm: $25/6pm-10pm: $30
    • Sunday, October 31, 1pm-6pm: $25/6pm-9pm: $30

What they’re saying:

  • David Markland, co-founder and executive director of Midsummer Scream: “Living in an apartment setting (code for no trick-or-treaters), for years I’ve wanted to find an eerie old house to rent for Halloween to hand out trick-or-treats. I also fantasized about taking over an entire neighborhood for a spooky block party. My dream came true for both when Heritage Square agreed to collaborate with us on this event and now I get to hand out candy from a half dozen actual haunted houses!”