For some of us, the first hint of a chill in the air means only one thing—Halloween season! If you wait all year for this spooky holiday, you'll love our latest roundup: The perfect 2021 Halloween in Mississippi! From the best Halloween parties to real haunts, there's something for everyone to enjoy this All Hallow's Eve!
The first thing anyone needs when planning Halloween festivities is a great costume! Jaki's provides high-quality rental costumes for any spooky event you may be going to! Dare to Scare with a costume from Jaki's this Halloween season.
Every year, Cedar Hill Farm in Hernando puts on one of the scariest shows in the Southeast. In fact, they warn that their night hours aren't recommended for children 10 and under. Attractions include the Haunted Hayride, Trail of Terror, and Sensturbia, where you'll be plunged into complete darkness for the ultimate in jump scares!
Stuckey's Bridge was originally opened in 1901 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, but that's not what makes this bridge perfect for your Halloween plans. According to legend, an innkeeper who murdered his guests in their sleep was hung on the bridge, and his ghost can still be walking along its length, his lantern flashing in the dark.
Looking for something fun for the kids to do on October 29th? Check out Park After Dark, hosted by the Mississippi Museum of National Science and the Mississippi Children's Museum. Kids can enjoy activities at both museums, and shuttle service is available. This is fun for the whole family!
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One of the best things about Halloween is going to costume parties! On Saturday, October 30th, Shucker's Oyster Bar hosts an annual costume party, complete with cash prizes, awesome music, drink specials, and more. Bring your A-game if you want to win the contest—the costumes are always impressive.
It's not Halloween without candy! At Holli's Sweet Tooth in Oxford, you'll find a selection of over 300 candies, along with ice cream and baked treats. Whether you're stocking up for trick-or-treaters or you just want your own stash for the holiday, you'll definitely find whatever you're looking for!
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If you love haunted history, you'll love the ghost tour at the Biloxi City Cemetery, also called the Old Biloxi Cemetery. The tours have a different theme every year. Themes have include "Past Mayors" and "Building Biloxi.” These tours combine spooky tales with graveside re-enactments to really bring the past to life—or afterlife, as the case may be!
Still looking for more scares? Check out Haunted Hill in Tupelo. You'll be ready for the fun as soon as you see the two black hearses parked out front. They've been running this attraction for two decades, so be prepared for professional-level fright!
On October 29th, you can have a chilingly fun time at Saenger Theater's Rocky Horror Picture pre-show block party! Then after the costume contest, you'll take a short walk over to Saenger Theater to enjoy one of the spookiest musical films around. This wonderfully thrilling musical can't wait to host you and your friends for a screaming good time!
You can walk, ride, or create a float for this years Annual Witches Ride, "witches" held on October 28th. You can throw candy to your friends and family dressed up as a witch and then ride on over to Vine Bistro for a cocktail and an app of your choice. All of this benefits Leflore County Humane Society, thats a spooktastic win win for our furry friends.