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Safe & Spooky Halloween at Stonefield

$5.00
Trick-or-Treat through the shops and factories of the “haunted” Stonefield Village during this special family-friendly Halloween event for all ages.

Tickets can be purchased on-site upon arrival for the event.

Event Details

Friday, October 23 | 3 - 8 pm

Health & Safety Guidelines

Return Policy


About the Event

Trick-or-Treat through the shops and factories of the “haunted” Stonefield Village during this special family-friendly Halloween event for all ages. Grab your flashlight and treat bucket to investigate what goes bump in the night and see the site like never beforeFor the younger crowd, “Light Fright” is from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., the ghouls are out and all bets are off!  

This event is put on by the Friends of Stonefield and Nelson Dewey State Park. All proceeds support both entities. 


Cost:

$5 per person

Society members receive a 10% discount

About the Location

Located on the former estate of Nelson Dewey, Wisconsin’s first governor, Stonefield explores Wisconsin at the beginning of the 20th century when innovative ideas and advances in technology helped the state transform into “America’s Dairyland” and an agricultural superpower. The site includes Dewey’s home site, the Stonefield Village, the State Agricultural Museum, and a 1901 Progressive Farmhouse. Together, these buildings help tell the story of the history of how Wisconsin transitioned from a society powered by manual labor and horses into one powered by machines.


Stonefield

Stonefield Historic Site
12195 County Hwy VV
Cassville, WI 53806-0125



Accessibility

Wheelchair access is available to the Visitor Center, State Agriculture Museum, and most other buildings. Due to the scale used in historic buildings, access to the Farmstead and the Nelson Dewey Home is limited. Reasonable accommodations can be made for individuals requiring mobility assistance.

 

Contact

For more information, please contact Stonefield at (608) 725-5210 or stonefield@wisconsinhistory.org.

Event Details

Friday, October 23 | 3 - 8 pm

Health & Safety Guidelines

Return Policy


About the Event

Trick-or-Treat through the shops and factories of the “haunted” Stonefield Village during this special family-friendly Halloween event for all ages. Grab your flashlight and treat bucket to investigate what goes bump in the night and see the site like never beforeFor the younger crowd, “Light Fright” is from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., the ghouls are out and all bets are off!  

This event is put on by the Friends of Stonefield and Nelson Dewey State Park. All proceeds support both entities. 


Cost:

$5 per person

Society members receive a 10% discount

About the Location

Located on the former estate of Nelson Dewey, Wisconsin’s first governor, Stonefield explores Wisconsin at the beginning of the 20th century when innovative ideas and advances in technology helped the state transform into “America’s Dairyland” and an agricultural superpower. The site includes Dewey’s home site, the Stonefield Village, the State Agricultural Museum, and a 1901 Progressive Farmhouse. Together, these buildings help tell the story of the history of how Wisconsin transitioned from a society powered by manual labor and horses into one powered by machines.


Stonefield

Stonefield Historic Site
12195 County Hwy VV
Cassville, WI 53806-0125



Accessibility

Wheelchair access is available to the Visitor Center, State Agriculture Museum, and most other buildings. Due to the scale used in historic buildings, access to the Farmstead and the Nelson Dewey Home is limited. Reasonable accommodations can be made for individuals requiring mobility assistance.

 

Contact

For more information, please contact Stonefield at (608) 725-5210 or stonefield@wisconsinhistory.org.

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