Friday, December 9, 2022

The Hampton Carousel Is Dressing Up For Halloween

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HAMPTON—The Hampton Carousel will be decorated for the season of ghosts and goblins, with spooky carousel staff giving away free candy to visitors. The finely carved and painted horses will also be decorated, with one being occupied by the infamous Headless Horseman.

The Hampton Carousel is located at 602 Settlers Landing Road, next to the Air & Space Center. Rides on the Haunted Carousel are $1 per person and will be available from Tuesday, October 5 to Sunday, October 31, 11am to 8pm.

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