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All Hallows Eve returns to Naper Settlement for spooky entertainment on October 15-16


Experience thrills and chills at Naper Settlement’s All Hallows Eve from 6:30-10PM on October 15-16. Tickets are now on sale for the annual Halloween event that transforms the museum’s grounds into a haunted wonderland.

The two-night event will feature spooky attractions and interactive experiences. Enter the netherworld of Naper Settlement to view performances by magician Steve Chezaday, fire dancers, and more. Take a stroll through the zombie maze, browse the mysterious dark art gallery, and play a game of laser tag. While listening and rocking out to monster jams by local musicians from School of Rock, attendees can grab delicious local cuisine from the Taste the Fear Food Court.

“From the mind-boggling magic show to the frightening zombie maze, get ready to be spooked by all the hair-raising attractions at our haunted wonderland!” said Adison Glick, special events team leader at Naper Settlement.

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Face masks are required in all indoor areas at Naper Settlement for all guests and staff, regardless of vaccination status (due to the current city and CDC guidelines). All Hallows Eve runs from 6:30-10PM on October 15-16 and is not recommended for children under 8 years old. Tickets are $20 per person. Naper Settlement members receive a member ticket discount, and tickets are free for children under 4. For more information and tickets, visit NaperSettlement.org/AllHallowsEve.

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