Take This Spooky, Lantern-Lit Walk At Morris Arboretum For A Bone-Chilling Halloween Experience In Pennsylvania

Halloween’s just days away, so we’ve got a really short window to add some spooky thrills to our schedule. If you don’t have trick or treating plans for Halloween or if you’re free on Halloween Eve, gather the kids in costume and make your way to Morris Arboretum in Pennsylvania. It’s hosting a spooky fun lantern-lit Halloween walk.

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