Billings Farm & Museum’s Family Halloween 2018: In Photos

Late fall can be a lovely time to visit Vermont, as the crowds of leaf-peepers disappear and the bright foliage colors fade to dark reds and orange before disappearing. The weather gets colder, the smell of wood-smoke is everywhere, and here at Billings Farm & Museum we celebrate the coming winter with our fantastic Family Halloween celebration! This is one of our most memorable events, providing a safe and kid-friendly way to celebrate the spookiest time of the year…

Family Halloween 2018 was as great fun as always, with intermittent rain and early snow doing nothing to dampen our spirits! We featured the same great seasonal programs you know and love, including apple cider making, donuts on a string, pumpkin carving, and much more. As usual, the highlight for everyone was the costume parade, led this year by our adorable Alpine goats Maid Marian and Aurora. They’ve only recently arrived to Billings Farm, and are making friends with everyone they meet. The costumes were amazing as well, with everyone getting into the Halloween spirit. Well done!!!

Below you’ll see some of our favorite photos from the event, which we hope you’ll enjoy as much as we did. Here’s a huge thank you to  everyone who attended, we can’t wait to see you all next year. In the meantime, make sure to stop by and visit us for our famous Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations. We’re open weekends & Holiday Periods, through Feb. 24, 10-4 here in Woodstock, Vermont.