Ghost Encounters

Author: , October 10th, 2015

Ghost Encounters! Experience the other-worldly feel of our 200-year-old GH autumn exterior 411historic site on an October evening. This special night has something for everyone! Stroll the Village for trick-or-treating. Hear true ghostly encounters at the Village—several in the actual spaces where these events took place. Enjoy Halloween-themed activities and Witch’s Brew at this event for the whole family. Make sure to wear your costume, prizes will be awarded for best costume! A sit down Ghost Encounters dinner, prepared by guest chef Scott Jones of the Concord Co-op’s Celery Cafe. It will be available for an additional charge at the Shaker Table. Experience a truly ‘other worldly’ halloween at the Canterbury Shaker Village on October 24.

The romantic Glynn House Inn – situated in the heart of New Hampshire’s White Mountains and Lakes Region – offers guests and exceptional experience. A full gluten free breakfast menu is always available. Bring your four-footed canine pal on holiday too. Reserve one of five pet friendly rooms. Venture away from the Inn and enjoy antiquing, art galleries, boating, fine dining, fishing, golf, hiking, historic sites, skiing, snowmobiling, ‘tax free’ shopping and scenic drives along tranquil country roads. Visit the Glynn House website for additional information about the Inn and local activities.

Gay Halloween Travel Destinations

Author: , October 16th, 2013

Gay Travel: Las Vegas Halloween Parade Celebrates Its Third YearFor single gay travelers, Key West will be the sexiest, most spooktacular place in the nation this Halloween.

The Floridian island took the top spot in a new ranking of destinations for single travelers who identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) conducted by, which is billed as the world’s largest travel-dating website. Other hot LGBT locales this Halloween were Las Vegas and New Orleans, which ranked second and third in the poll respectively.

“With Halloween around the corner, gay singles are clearly flocking elsewhere for the next big celebration,” Brandon Wade, MissTravel’s founder and CEO, said in an email statement. “Major cities like Key West and New Orleans provide the perfect atmosphere for extravagant attire and endless parades. These locations are ideal for a memorable weekend, especially since everyone is in costume.”

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Gay Travel: Countdown to Halloween in New Orleans

Author: , October 14th, 2011

Gay New Orleans - HalloweenThere is a celebration in New Orleans at least every two months: Southern Decadence, Halloween, VoodooFest, New Year’s, Mardi Gras, JazzFest…the list goes on, and does not even include the myriad smaller, more intimate festivals that pop up throughout the year.

All of this merriment makes this a brilliant place to be gay, and the city rightly earns top billing for Best Gay Halloween, bar none. People come from all over the United States, and even the world, as New Orleans steadily reclaims its spot as a top gay destination.

On Halloween weekend, Bourbon Street is packed wall-to-wall with people. It’s an ocean, undulating with the rhythms of blues and beers. Costumes of all kinds strut by: mutant babies bloodily emerging from a stomach, Bert and Ernie, Jane Lynch’s iconic Sue Sylvester. As you approach St. Ann and Bourbon, you feel the techno music pumping from Napoleon’s Itch twenty feet before you can hear it.

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Gay Travel: Where to Go for Halloween

Author: , September 29th, 2011

Gay HalloweenGhosts, goblins and gays are synonymous with Halloween. And if you’re looking for a spooktacular LGBT-friendly destination to spend the holiday, here are Elsewhere’s picks:

Toronto — One day is simply not enough time to celebrate Halloween in Toronto. Celebrating its 5th year, Halloweek is held in the heart of the city’s gay neighborhood, Church Wellesley Village. Area restaurants offers special Halloween-themed menus, businesses dress up their windows (interiors and exteriors with eye catching Halloween displays), pumpkins are carved and there is one hell of a block party.

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