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2016
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5 Unique Places to Trick-or-Treat

Halloween in Hershey, as you would imagine, is pretty sweet.

Halloween in Hershey, as you would imagine, is pretty sweet.

Hershey, a town built on chocolate, still produces more than 70 million Hershey’s Kisses Milk Chocolates each day. So for Halloween area attractions pull out all the stops. 

Trick-or-treat is not just one night, it spans three weekends in Hershey starting October 14 this year and running through the 31st. Hersheypark, Hershey's Chocolate World Attraction and Hershey Gardens all host trick-or-treat (mostly treat) themed activities on the weekends open to locals and tourists alike and hand out all kinds of Hershey's brand candy to kids 12 and under. 

Here are five unique ways you can trick-or-treat in Hershey The Sweetest Place On Earth

 

1. Trick-or-Treat through Chocolate World.

Trick-or-Treat Adventure starts at Hershey's Chocolate World and continues into Hersheypark with eleven total stops to pick up Hershey's candy along the way. Four of those stops are in Hershey's Chocolate World and are free and open to the public. 

 

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2. See a life-sized Reese's Peanut Butter Cup, in costume. 

Inside Hersheypark and Hershey's Chocolate World you will not only be able to collect your favorite Hershey's candy but you can also shake their hand, meet and get your picture taken with Hershey's Characters such as Reese's Peanut Butter Cup, Hershey's Kiss, Hershey's Bar and more. They even have their own costumes with small masks and capes that they wear. 

3. Ooo and Aaa the sweet designs of 150 carved pumpkins. 

A nice twist on traditional trick-or-treat you collect candy as you walk through Hershey Gardens' Pumpkin Glow event, which lights up your path with more than 150 carved illuminated pumpkins. The pumpkin carvings are elaborate and quite unique - as you can see one pumpkin with a Yoda face carved into it. 

4. Collect candy inside Hersheypark

Kids under 12 can stop into a section of Hersheypark called Treatville to collect candy in a special Hershey Halloween branded bag. There are a number of different themed spots along the way and candy is given at each one. And after you collect all of this candy you can ride a roller coaster (all 13 are open) or the little kids can get their face painted or ride a kiddie ride. 

5. Trick-or-Treat Trolley.

This trick-or-treat activity takes you on a trolley tour around Hershey and shares the history of Milton and Kitty Hershey, all accompanied by lots of chocolate being handed out along the way. 

BONUS!

Now that you have collected all of that candy, you can ride inside a Hershey Kiss and see the sunset from The Kissing Tower inside Hersheypark, which takes you 250 feet in the air. Pretty sweet!

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