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Bring Cans for the Food Bank and Meet Real-Live Authors & Illustrators in Metuchen this Sunday:
Plus Special Needs Workshop at the Bridgewater Library this Saturday:
And Halloween Fun on Monday:
WHERE: Liberty Hall Museum, 1003 Morris Ave, Union, NJ
Apple Harvest Time:
Stroll our orchard and pick your own apples. You don’t have to travel far for some fun fall, shop local! Subject to Supply. Please call 908-527-0400 to ensure the apples are ripe to pick!
ADMISSION: Apple Picking Fee: $5 per person. Apple Bag Fee: Small Bag: $8; Large Bag: $10. Monday - Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm.
Join us for a spine-tingling tour of Liberty Hall Museum, after hours! Museum staff will share their own paranormal experiences with you before embarking on a guided, candlelit tour of the museum. Perhaps you'll even come away with your own ghost stories! Light refreshments will be served; space is limited and fills quickly, so make your reservation today! Friday, October 23 at 7pm or 9 pm.
ADMISSION: $20 for adults; $18 for LHM Members/Kean Alumni/Students; $13 for children (16 years and younger). Reservations required, please call 908-527-0400
Pumpkin Patch Day:
Join us for our Annual Pumpkin Patch day – a fall tradition for so many families! Enjoy a day filled with pumpkin picking, hayrides, pumpkin carving and painting, crafts and much more! Saturday, October 24 (Rain date; October 25) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
ADMISSION: Children: $12.00, Adults: $6.00, Under 3: Free, Additional charge for pumpkins; lunch available for purchase from vendor. Reservations suggested; please call 908-527-0400
A Day in the Life of American Girl Samantha Parkington:
Experience a day in the life of American Girl Samantha Parkington! Treat that special girl in your life to an authentic Victorian afternoon, featuring a turn-of-the-century tour of Liberty Hall, hands-on activities and crafts Samantha herself might have enjoyed, and a Victorian-era tea party! Recommended for ages 6 – 12.Saturday, November 14 from 1-3 pm.
ADMISSION: $20 per child & one adult; $15 for LHM Members. Reservations required; please call 908-527-0400
Looking for events and ideas to make your Halloween a spine-chilling sensation? We've got you covered—from farm fun, including pumpkin-picking in NJ and pick-your-own apples to Halloween tricks and treats like freakishly delicious Halloween Witches’ Brooms and a Cookie Monster jack o' lantern.
So get crafty and head outside to enjoy the gorgeous fall weather with our following list of things to do in NJ with kids this spooky holiday season. Enjoy!
Free Halloween pumpkin stencil of your home state—New Jersey!
Add some kid-friendly frights to your Halloween this year by planning a trip to one of these haunted attractions.
Consider these sweet-stuff strategies before hitting the trick-or-treat trail this Halloween.
Hay rides, corn mazes, and more!
Fall would not be complete without a visit to your local pumpkin patch.
Get your apple recipes handy!
Get the whole family decked out in these easy, homemade looks.
Make these budget-friendly costumes for your kids.
These are no-fuss, no-muss ideas that don't involve scooping out pumpkin seeds.
Inspiration for creating that one-of-a-kind jack o' lantern
Celebrate your birthday, or Halloween, on a farm or at home with these party ideas.
There are plenty of ways to decorate for the season without spending a dime.
Simple, and simply delectable, eats
Looking for more inspiration? NJ moms and dads weigh in on their favorite things to do in the fall.