Fun Ways to Celebrate Halloween at Home

Jack-o-Lantern & Candy | Fayetteville, NC

Trick-or-treating seems to be out of the cards this year, which means that Halloween will certainly look a bit different. If you’re searching for a way to celebrate Halloween at home this year, don’t worry — we have some family-friendly ideas so you can join the spooky festivities while still staying socially distanced.

Get crafty

Halloween is a prime time to get your crafting on. There are a number of fun ideas that you could complete as a family, regardless of your kids’ ages. From creating monster puppets to making paper pumpkins — or even just carving them — t the options are endless. Just check out Pinterest for some of the best ideas out there.

Think up a scavenger hunt

Scavenger hunts can easily be done at home or out and about, making it an easy idea for socially distanced fun. Have the kids dress up in their costumes and give them a list of Halloween-themed items to look for, including pumpkins, black cats, ghosts, and witches.

Build a haunted blanket fort and watch movies

Stay out of the cold and cuddle up under a blanket fort this year, rather than heading out trick-or-treating. A blanket fort can easily be decorated with spooky items like cobwebs and plastic spiders. Build one as a family, fill it to the brim with pillows, and spend the night munching on candy while watching family-friendly Halloween movies. You can even sit around and tell spooky stories to really get into the mood.

From all of us at Bryan Honda, we want to wish you a safe, fun, and spooky Halloween! If you’re looking for a vehicle at a price that’s anything but scary, check out our extensive online inventory.

Top 3 Haunted Attractions in North Carolina

Haunted Attractions | Fayetteville, NC

Halloween season is finally upon us, which means it’s time to scare up some fun. To make your Halloween as spooky as possible, we’ve created a list of the top three haunted attractions in North Carolina.

Haunted Pyramids

For the most frightening Halloween attraction in the state, you need to head to Lawndale to check out the Haunted Pyramids. This attraction has four large indoor haunted houses, all in one location, giving you plenty of opportunities to get your heart pumping. Step into The Asylum for a little bit of madness, or conquer the dark in the Monster Manor for a gothic thrill. Admission includes all four haunted houses and costs between $20 and $25, depending on the date.

Grissettown Haunted Trail

About two hours away from Fayetteville is the Grissettown Haunted Trail in Ocean Isle Beach. This tense self-guided tour winds through the woods, taking about 30 fear-filled minutes to complete. While it’s won numerous local awards for being so scary, it also benefits a great cause: the Grissettown Fire Department.

Insanitarium: Nightmare on Main Street

Located in Laurinburg, which is an hour from Fayetteville, is Insanitarium. This 14,000-square-foot haunted house will haunt your nightmares, giving you the scare you crave during the Halloween season. You can attend a free block party, catch live music, and eat delicious food before you head in for the fright of your life. Admission is $10 per person and is only open to children 12 and over.

Here at Bryan Honda, we want everyone to enjoy their spooky seasonal festivities is complete safety. If your vehicle is due for any routine maintenance, swing by our service department and let our qualified technicians get your car ready for all of these terrifying excursions.