Halloween in Northeast Ohio is about hayrides, haunted houses and plenty of trick or treating for candy and other goodies. The falling leaves and changing temperatures makes it a celebration of the end of summer as well as an occasion for scary fun and revelry. Here are a list of resources for enjoying Halloween in and around Cleveland.
Wondering when to take your little ghost or goblin out for trick-or-treat in Northeast Ohio? Here's a list of the scheduled times in various area communities.
Cleveland's diverse cultural mix and long history has led to some eerie and haunted sites. Among them are cemeteries, Gothic homes, theaters, and even a lighthouse. Join me for a look at nine of greater Cleveland's haunted sites.
The smell of hay, the crisp cool air, the symphony of cicadas: Fall in Northeast Ohio is made for hayrides. Whether it's a relaxing ride in the fields or a spooky, "haunted" hayride, the region abounds in friendly farms with tractor or horse-drawn rides.
Halloween in Cleveland needn't be scary -- or unsafe. The area offers a host of family-friendly activities to suit any little ghost or princess.
Cleveland has a wealth of eerie and interesting (haunted?) sites, from cemeteries to Gothic houses to classic theaters. The city also offers a variety of guided tours to share with you the stories of the sites. Some even include an overnight stay.
Looking for just the right outfit for Halloween? Plan ahead and rent (or buy) your costume from one of these Northeast Ohio retailers.
Cleveland has lots of fun and scary things to do on Halloween. Take a look at this list of haunted happenings.
Halloween, second only to Christmas in decorations, cards, and other festivities, is a fun time in Cleveland. The air is cool and crisp; haunted houses abound; and everyone is in a "scary" mood. Be ready this season with our choices of Cleveland themed (and not) Halloween costumes, gifts, and decorations.