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5 things to do this weekend in Middle Tennessee: Oct. 25-27

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Posted at 3:07 PM, Oct 24, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-24 16:07:03-04

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Here’s five things to do this weekend in Middle Tennessee – the Halloween edition!

Slaughterhouse – Nashville
Friday, October 25 – Sunday, October 27

Slaughterhouse is Nashville’s longest-running haunted attraction. Its new home at the old Courtyard Cinema lets you explore five, old theaters (You can also see classic movies at the Full Moon Cineplex). General admission tickets are $25.

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Jack’s Pumpkin Glow – Nashville
Friday, October 25 – Sunday, October 27

These pumpkins are pretty impressive – seriously impressive – and this is the last weekend to see them at the Hermitage. Jack’s Pumpkin Glow features the work of master carvers in the form of thousands of intricately-carved pumpkins.

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Haunted Museum Storytelling Festival – Nashville
Saturday, October 26

History with a spooky flair. The Tennessee State Museum will explore chilling ghost stories from the Volunteer State’s past. Plus, kids can wear their costumes. The event starts at 10 a.m. and lasts until 3 p.m.

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Halloween Pooch Parade – Nashville
Sunday, October 27

Dogs in Halloween costumes. Do you really need to hear anything else? You and your adorable pup can walk in the Halloween Pooch Parade at Cheekwood Estate and Gardens! Of course, prizes will be given (Best Team Spirit, Most Creative, Best Owner/Dog Combo (adult) and Best Owner/Dog Combo (family).

There are morning and afternoon events. Click here for more information.

Boo at the Zoo – Nashville
Friday, October 25 – Sunday, October 27

This is also your last weekend to check out the Nashville Zoo’s “Boo at the Zoo.” There will tons of activities for kids of all ages. However, the zoo does have a know before you go section on its website.

Tickets:
$19 - Adults & Teens
$14 - Children ages 2-12
Children under age 2 get in free

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