This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Community·Posted on Oct 10, 2019Spookiest Attractions In PhillyIt's Halloween SZN in Philly, and there's plenty of spooky activities to enjoy during the entire month!by templeuhrlCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink South Street Fall Pumpkin Fest Photo on Unsplash / Via southstreet.com This festival is not nearly as spooky as all the other attractions that are lined up this month, but it's still a family-friendly event! On South Street on October 27th, bring your friends and family to watch live performances, create arts & crafts, Pumpkin Putt-Putt, costume contests, and other fun activities! Terror Behind the Walls at Eastern State Penitentiary Photo on Unsplash / Via easternstate.org Located just a few minutes drive from main campus is one of Philly's most notable haunted places in the city. While the Penitentiary is open everyday from 10 am - 5 pm for normal tours of the prison, the haunted tours are from Sept. 20th - Nov. 9th starting at 7 pm. Terror Behind the Walls features 6 haunted attractions on its grounds - the Infirmary, Blood Yard, Machine Shop, Lock Down, Break Out, and Quarantine. Bates Motel & Haunted Hayride Photo on Unsplash / Via thebatesmotel.com Based off of one of the most infamous horror houses in the slasher film genre, this tour and hayride recreates the terror of Bates Motel. Along with the tour and haunted hayride is a Revenge of the Scarecrows Haunted trail. Enter at your own risk. Fright Factory Photo on Unsplash / Via frightfactoryphilly.com Known as Philly's ultimate haunted attraction, enter into the basement of the Fright Factory. Including intense lighting and special effects, this attraction is not for the faint-hearted as ghouls wait around every corner ready to frighten visitors. The Travel Channel has listed the Fright Factory as one of the scariest haunted attractions in the country! Spirits of '76 Ghost Tour Photo on Unsplash / Via spiritsof76.com This walking tour allows visitors to see over 20 of Philly's top historical sites featuring scary stories. Spooky sites include: the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Washington Square Park, Second Bank of the United States, and many more! October Twilight in the Magic Gardens Photo on Unsplash / Via phillymagicgardens.org Another family-friendly event that won't scare young children, the Magic Gardens is an open, public neighborhood art exhibit located on South Street. On October 25th, the garden will host live performances and art activities for the Halloween season. The event is BYOBS - bring your own blankets and snacks!