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Bucks County HalloweenBucks County is the fourth most populated county in the state of Pennsylvania, United States. William Penn. founded it around 1682. The Administrative bodies and functions are based in Newton, from where Bucks County is managed. It has a lot of interesting places and features that can host Halloween holidays. There are also establishments of a number of exciting venues and platforms to add value and charm to Halloween activities.

The old-fashion design of the towns, historic sites, and festivities and the uniqueness of the people and their culture make imprint an unforgettable vision in people’s minds. Some of the places that act as perfect venues for Halloween events in Bucks County are as follows:

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Sesame Place HalloweenIf you stroll through the streets of Bucks County, you will realize that innumerable attractions await you in this historically important place. You can experience the old fashioned festivals, visit Sesame Place or go on an enjoyable tour of the wineries as well as covered bridges. Around every turn in Bucks County streets, you will have a new experience awaiting you. Some of the other events that take place in the county include the Fall Festival 2013, New Hope Ghost Tours, Giggleberry Fair in Peddler’s Village, Sleepy Hollow Hayride and Valley of Fear and Original Haunted Hayride, among others. The aim of this article is to provide some information about Sesame Palace and the Halloween event Count’s Halloween Spooktacular that takes place in the park during the months of September and October.

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New Hope HalloweenA borough in Bucks County, New Hope lies along the banks of River Delaware. It lies at the confluence of the river and the Aquetong Creek. A major area of the borough features farms and pristine forest areas and low and rolling hillocks. The primary industry of the borough is tourism and the borough has a vibrant night life compared to the surrounding areas.

Every year, New Hope ups its Halloween spirit by sponsoring events that make it one of the best towns to celebrate the event. Given below is a roundup of some of the more popular Halloween events that are conducted in the borough.

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Halloween eventsBucks County, named after Buckinghamshire in England, is located in Pennsylvania in the United States and is its 4th most populous county of the state. The county is bordered by Delaware River and Trenton, NJ, in the east and the city of Philadelphia in the southeast. Many attractions wait to entertain visitors to Bucks County. One can choose to amble through the old-fashioned towns of Bucks County and partake in different festivals.

With the approach of fall, it is once again time for festivals like Halloween. Bucks County celebrates Halloween every year with different kinds of events. Ghost tours of New Hope and Sleepy Hollow Hayride are just some of them. This article aims to run you through some interesting Bucks County events that you can be part of during Halloween this year. Some of them are scary and others are not so scary.

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Doylestown Halloween EventsDoylestown is a small town in Bucks County, PA, which boasts of its rich history and various cultural attractions that date back to the early 1900s. From spine-tingling Halloween events and enchanting attractions, Doylestown is indeed a great place to celebrate this annual event. During Halloween, several haunted attractions just pop up in almost every areas in the county. Designed to thrill and scare visitors, these spectacular attractions make an outstanding way to join the fun and excitement of the season. The following are some of the must-visit attractions in Doylestown for an unforgettable vacation this fall.

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Bucks County’s Slate of FallFans of autumn and the festivals that often pop up around the country during this time of year should seriously consider a visit to Bucks County, Pennsylvania during the fall months. Bucks County has a schedule of events for fall festivities that is worth checking out.

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Valley of Fear HalloweenThe Valley of Fear at Buck County is considered as one of the longest-running theme attractions in the area. Every Halloween, thousands of visitors flock the place to have a glimpse and an actual experience of what this themed event offers. In 2013, there is so much to see and do at the Valley, and every attraction you can find is worth your time and money. Traditional hayrides are given that terrifying twist, which gives people more reasons to check out the different attractions this season. If you want this Halloween 2013 to be an event that you will never forget, then you should consider visiting these top three events at the Valley that will begin this September.

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