Manayunk Goes All in for Halloween with Lincoln Mill Haunted House, Wednesday Addams Pop-Up, Trick or Trolley

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MANAYUNK, PA — Spooky season is taking over Manayunk with three major attractions bringing the frights and fun to Main Street. Lincoln Mill Haunted House (4100 Main Street) returns for its second season as one of the scariest new story-driven haunted houses in Pennsylvania.

Two years ago, Hurricane Ida devastated the region and shuttered the famous Mad River in Manayunk. Now, the new haunt is back as Philadelphia’s most exciting and spine-chilling attraction! The immersive indoor experience features live scare-actors, top-notch production sets, animatronics and mind-blowing special effects.

Before and after the hair-raising adventure, visitors can relish in the haunt’s midway with food and drink vendors, photo opps, and the deck overlooking the Schuylkill River, complete with a live scare cam. For the littlest ghosts and ghouls, Lincoln Mill also offers Behind the Scenes Lights on Tour and Scavenger hunts on select Saturdays and Sundays in October.

Down Main Street, Taquera Amor (4410 Main Street) has creaked open the gates of NeverAMOR Academy. Fans of the Addams Family and Wednesday on Netflix should definitely stop by as the “fall semester” begins.

Themed decor and libations, food specials, a spooky soundtrack and tons of surprises await. Skip the broom this year and let MNYK Trick-or-Trolley bring you to and from Lincoln Mill and Taqueria Amor and all points in between as it connects nine locations and parking lots together for added spooky season fun (and convenience).

Halloween in Manayunk also includes Main Street Trick or Treating, Pretzel Park Farmers Market’s Costume Parade and a to-die-for fall and Hallween  special coffee concoctions at Valerio Coffee Roasters (4373 Main Street).

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