So it may be wishful thinking, but whenever the first cool breeze blows through South Carolina and football tailgate planning starts happening- I’m more than ready for Spooky Season. If you’re looking to ramp things up a notch this year, look no farther than Deceased Farm.
Frightening Fall Activity: Deceased Farm
Excitingly, opening night for Deceased Farm is in just three nights on Friday, September 18th. The venue is cash only, however, they have ATMs on site. On Fridays, Saturdays, and Halloween the cost of admission is $22 person. If you’re looking for a little bit of a bargain, Thursday and Sunday nights admission is only $18 person. Additionally, Deceased Farm offers a Fast Pass ($35) option and a VIP Pass ($50). The VIP pass is a $63 value that includes a ticket, “I Survived” t-shirt, paintball experience, and escape room. At Deceased Farm, there are three different five-minute escape rooms for $5 each. Remember- this attraction is cash only.
Hauntingly, the Deceased Farm website opens with, “Come experience your deepest fears…as they are brought to life at Deceased Farm in 2020.” The venue is located at 382 Olde Farm Rd., Lexington, South Carolina, 29072. Ticket sales begin at 7:30 PM each night and close at 11:30 PM on Friday and Saturday nights. Additionally, ticket sales close at 10:30 PM on Thursday and Sunday nights. To skip the wait, it’s recommended to attend the attraction on a Thursday or Sunday night.
Given how different things are this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, there are important safety guidelines to mention. These guidelines are found in their entirety on the website for Deceased Farm. However, visitors to the scary attraction can rest assured that their health and safety are of utmost importance. Aside from social distancing, Deceased Farm is also limiting ticket sales and training their staff about social distancing and proper disinfecting.
Family-Friendly Fall Activity Alternative: Clinton Sease Farm
Since Deceased Farm isn’t recommended for children under the age of 12, you may look for an alternative family fall activity. Luckily, Deceased Farm is a local favorite, Clinton Sease Farm during the day. Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Clinton Sease Farm’s hayride is operating at a 50% cap. Additionally, masks are required on the ride.
Sadly, this weekend September 18-20th, and next, September 25-27th are the last weekend for Sunflower Weekends at Clinton Sease Farm. This event has a viewing platform and walking paths. This event is perfect for family fall photos as there are prop stops along the way. Admission is $10/day and children under 3 are free. This also includes a hayride and one cut-your-own Sunflower. Tickets are available for purchase at the door or online. Also of note, the cost of admission does not include the corn maze, pumpkin patch, or playgrounds.
So if you’re in the mood for a frightful evening, Deceased Farms has just the event for you. However, if you’re looking for a more mild, family-friendly event- check out Clinton Sease Farm during the day. Either way, check back with The Lexington Yankee for more fall activities.
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