Celebrate Halloween in Sleepy Hollow

A Sleepy Hollow Halloween has something for everyone: haunted hayrides, gothic mansions, cemetery tours, farmers markets, live music, street fairs, parades, and of course, the Headless Horseman. October is right around the corner, start planning your visit now! Dig through our big calendar of Sleepy Hollow events, find a place to eat or stay, and be sure to check all the fun Sleepy Hollow stuff you can do for free!

Sleepy Hollow Oktoberfest

The Village of Sleepy Hollow’s annual Oktoberfest takes place this year at the Kathryn Davis Bathhouse in the riverfront Kingsland Point Park. Feast on authentic German food and beverages, dance to live Bavarian music. Soak up stunning views of the Hudson River and the Sleepy Hollow lighthouse from the park.

When: Saturday, September 26, 2015. 1 pm to 5 pm
Where: Kingsland Point Park, 299 Palmer Avenue, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591
Cost: Admission is free, parking $5.

For info: www.sleepyhollowny.gov, 914-366-5100.

Irving’s ‘Legend’

kruk_legendMaster storyteller Jonathan Kruk offers a dramatic performance of Washington Irving’s classic tale, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, featuring the Headless Horseman, Ichabod Crane, Brom Bones, and Katrina Van Tassel. Flavored with live spooky organ music by Jim Keyes, Kruk’s spellbinding storytelling captivates all audiences. Performances last about 45 minutes.

Admission by advance timed ticket ONLY. Recommended for ages 10+

When: 2015 dates: October 2-3, 9-11, 16-18, 23-25, 30-31 and November 1. Performance times vary by evening.

Where: Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow. NO PARKING ON SITE. Park across the street at Philipsburg Manor, 381 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591.

Cost: Adults $20; $16 for children under 18. Historic Hudson Valley member discount of $5 per ticket.

For reservations: buy tickets online, 914-366-6900

legendsandloreDiscover the legends behind the legend! In his book Legends and Lore of Sleepy Hollow and the Hudson Valleymaster storyteller Jonathan Kruk uncovers the stories behind the Hudson Valley’s most enduring legends and folklore, including Sleepy Hollow’s famous headless horseman.