This year is the 20th Anniversary of Terror on the Fox in Green Bay.
- It is hosted by the National Railroad Museum and was voted one of the best haunted houses in America by HauntedHouses.com, a website dedicated to haunted attractions and real life paranormal sites.
- Visitors board a vintage train to the haunted houses in the woods where they can explore The Laughterhouse or The Deadhouse, each with their own storyline.
- Terror on the Fox is open every weekend through November 5, and some weeknights leading up to Halloween.
- There’s also a special matinee for kids on Sunday, October 23.
History lovers can head to Fairlawn Mansion in Superior for its Halloween-themed Flashlight Tour.
- Bring a flashlight -- tours are guided through the darkened haunted mansion.
- The Flashlight Tour with a Twist takes place on Friday, Oct. 28 and Saturday, Oct. 29.
- The evening starts with a BYOB reception with cheese and crackers. Guest will hear a short presentation by a paranormal investigator and hear audio recordings he collected in the house. The evening ends with the flashlight tour.
- The annual Halloween Flashlight Tour is on Sunday, Oct. 30.
- Visitors can hear about the haunted history of this famous mansion and learn about Halloween superstitions of the Victorian era while exploring the dark mansion with a guide.
Manitowoc is home to the Dead by Dawn Bed & Breakfast.
- The bed and breakfast is located in downtown Manitowoc, in an historic building built in 1851. It’s the World's first Dead & Breakfast, where your host's top priority is an unrestful night's sleep.
- Guests start their evening with unhappy hour at the Shrunken Head before an evening of unexpected visits from the living and the dead.
- After an unrestful night’s sleep, breakfast is served to guests in the main parlor.
- Room themes include a suite for people who are afraid of clowns, the Nightmare room and the Pirate room.
For a family-friendly Halloween event, check out Boo at the Zoo in Racine.
- On Saturday, Oct. 29, kids can go to the Racine Zoo dressed in their Halloween costumes for an afternoon of trick-or-treating. There’s a special treat finder map that shows where to find the candy throughout the zoo.
- Additional activities include a kid-sized straw bale maze, pumpkin decorating, Halloween-themed “snacktivities” and a chance to meet the Zoo’s creepy, crawling animals.
- The zoo will also have a special Trunk-or-Treat event on Oct. 29. Local organizations decorate their cars in a special Halloween theme and fill the trunks with treats. Kids can go from car to car to play fun games and, of course, collect candy.
For more, check out travelwisconsin.com.