If you wish it could be Halloween year-round or at least longer than one night, this awesome spot has you covered. The Spirit of Halloweentown in Oregon transports you to a magical world where you can celebrate All Hallows Eve every weekend for a month. Now you can get your fill of all the fall vibes you've been craving.

Autumn means all things pumpkin spiced, colorful leaves, and of course, the spookiest holiday around.

Spirit of Halloweentown in St. Helens, Oregon, lets you experience all of the best parts of the scary season, and the kicker is it lasts for an entire month.

That's right — you can indulge in all the frightful and fun festivities usually reserved for a single night, for most of October!

The Disney movie Halloweentown filmed in this small town and the decor looks like you've stepped off a magical bus and into the square of another realm.

You can visit this epic destination from September 26 through November 1, 2020. Opening hours start on Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Entry costs $45, and you can purchase a parking pass for $10 to the Vendor Village.

You can even dress up and join the other Hallows Eve fans as you wander through the official town gates.

There are exciting themed events throughout the weekends to get you in the spirit, including haunted tours, pumpkin patches, and costume contests.

To add to the wicked ambiance, you can even wander the Olde Towne District nearby to scope some spots where a part of Twilight was filmed.

There's no better time to celebrate the season dedicated to things that go bump in the night.

Rather than wait for one night, why not make every weekend in October feel like Halloween?

Spirit Of Halloweentown

Price: $45

When: September 29 - October 31

Address: 275 Strand St., St. Helens, OR

Why You Need To Go: This town turns into a full Halloween fest for an entire month of October!

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