Cooler weather, changing leaves and pumpkins can only mean one thing – fall is here! This season, there are plenty of ways to have a little spooky (or sort-of-spooky) fun in Augusta.
Come one & come all to Pexcho's American Dime Museum to see the weird and wacky in Augusta! The creepiest items are on display for all to see, including wax figures and memorabilia.
Make a Forever Pumpkin
Carving pumpkins is a beloved fall tradition by many, but you haven’t carved pumpkins like this before! Tire City Potters, a local pottery shop, offers Forever Pumpkin carving almost every day in October. You’ll get to carve and decorate your own clay pumpkin at the shop. Afterwards, Tire City Potters will fire your creation so that you can use it year-after-year. Pumpkins are $45 each.
Walk With the Spirits
October 26 & 27, 2019
Meet and learn from the residents of Magnolia Cemetery during Historic Augusta’s Walk With the Spirits tour. During a 45-minute tour led by a spirit guide in period costume, participants will hear about the history of the cemetery and iconography of the headstones. Along the route participants will be introduced to Augusta residents buried in the cemetery, played by actors also in period costume, who will enlighten the group with details of their lives and accomplishments. Tickets for the tour are $20.
Attend the Black Cat Carnival
Le Chat Noir - October 26, 2019
Swing by Le Chat Noir in downtown Augusta on October 26 to attend the Augusta's spookiest, booziest Halloween carnival. Games, drinks, sideshow acts, fire dancers, music and otherworldly shenanigans will be present!
October 25 & 26, 2019
Bring your family to downtown North Augusta for amusement rides, crafts, and a costume contest! Admission is free.
Rocky Horror Picture Show Tribute
Misfit Theater - October 25, 2019
The longest running Augusta Halloween show tradition returns, Misfit Theatre Group presents with absolute pleasure The Rocky Horror Picture Show tribute at Pexcho’s American Dime Museum with 3 performances. Friday October 25, 2019 and Saturday October 26t, 2019. Admission is $20 and limited VIP seating is available for $25.