With sought-after haunts, legends of the paranormal, a long-standing Rocky Horror Show tradition, and many family-friendly fall activities, the Delaware River Towns is the ultimate Halloween destination. Capping off the spooktacular season are two main events – the Frenchtown Zombie Walk and Lambertville & New Hope Zombie Crawl – which will return on Saturday, October 28, 2017.
Frenchtown will host their annual Zombie Crawl and Borough Parade from 12pm to 4pm. Start your crawl in Frenchtown. Zombies in need of a little face lift, can head to Sunbeam Park by the river starting at 1pm to have themselves done over before or after they register for the crawl and head off in search of brains for prizes. Registration is $5 per zombie; $5 additional for make up.
Down river, zombies come to life in Lambertville – New Hope at the one-of-a-kind two-state zombie crawl. Zombies will cross the Delaware River, kicking off from the former site of River Horse Brewery on Lambert Lane in Lambertville and continuing across the bridge to the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope.
Stylists from Zanya Spa Salon will be on hand to provide Zombie makeover at the staging area in Lambertville starting at 3pm. Zombies will need to begin lining up at 4pm to step off at 4:30pm to Crawl the Streets of Lambertville and New Hope.
Plus, the cast of the Rocky Horror Picture Show from the Bucks County Playhouse will award prizes to the best costumes. To participate, arrive zombified in Lambertville at 4pm. Cost to participate is a $10 donation per family.
Check out photos from last year’s Lambertville – New Hope Zombie Crawl here.