Long Hill is very excited to bring back Halloween on the Hill for its second year! Come explore our beautiful property as we transform Long Hill into a celebration of autumn and the Halloween season. We have a few new surprises and so many more pumpkins this year. Follow our seasonal-themed trail that will feature over 1,000 jack-o’-lanterns, hundreds of mums, elaborate Halloween decorations, light displays, music, and more. This is the perfect Halloween event for the whole family!
Hot cider and fall treats will be available for purchase on site.
Tickets WILL NOT be sold on site; advance purchase of tickets is required. Ticket time represents your arrival window, and we ask that you please limit your stay to 1 hour.
Event Dates: Wednesdays-Sundays September 30th through October 31st
Time: 5:30PM – 8:30PM (last entry)
Child ticket age 3-13; kids 2 and under are free.
Will restrooms be available for guests? Yes, we will have restrooms at check-in and halfway through the trail.
Will food be available for guests? Yes, we will have a small selection of treats and gifts for visitors to purchase.
Where is parking? Parking will be just off of Essex Street in the fields in front of the yellow farmhouse, please use this address: 576 Essex St, Beverly, 01915
Can I change my date or time? At this time, we are unable to accommodate date or time changes.
What is the weather policy? This is a rain or shine event. However, in the event of heavy rain or unsafe conditions, Halloween on the Hill will be cancelled. The make-up date for all cancellations will be the Monday evening immediately following the cancellation. If we have to cancel, all ticketholders will be notified via email.
Do children under 2 need a ticket? No.
Is the site handicapped or stroller accessible? Unfortunately, the event is not handicapped or stroller accessible. The trail includes several sets of stairs and uneven terrain.
Is this event appropriate for young children? Yes! Halloween on the Hill is an all-ages event, and we take great care to keep our youngest visitors in mind when decorating. The trail is spooky but not scary, and nothing is going to jump out and surprise you as you explore.
Are dogs allowed at Halloween on the Hill? No, due to the intimate nature of the event and proximity to the artwork and decorations, dogs are not allowed.
Is the interior of the main house at Long Hill open to the public during the event? No, the house will be closed during this time.
I purchased tickets but didn’t receive (or lost) my confirmation email! Guests who purchased tickets may look up their order & re-send their tickets by visiting tickets.thetrustees.org/orders.