Halloween Yard Displays
Halloween Yard Display: Halloween-themed decorations in a home’s front yard, usually incorporating whimsical props, technological projections and sounds, and plenty of photo opportunities.
These typically run during the Halloween season, are free, and have little to no interaction or actors. However, their gorgeous and innovative design draws large crowds, especially families. As such, these are passive displays that rarely have actors or interactive elements. Instead, they focus on beautiful aesthetics, technologically advanced animatronics, or impressive projection mapping. These are often passion projects and are awe-inspiring. Some yard displays do feature some gore, but are noted on each page, so if you are using this guide with young children, please read each page to set the right expectations before going. They are often experienced in a few minutes, so don’t expect a full haunted house, but rather a treat for the eyes.
Browse the company guide below to find Halloween Yard Displays that might interest you. Scroll to the bottom to find our intensity guide.
Because they are passive experiences, Halloween Yard Displays are rated an intensity of 1. Most are oriented to families, like the impressive Boney Island; some are quick photo opportunities like Clown Town and Clybourn Manor; and some are impressive showcases of technological prowess like Grimwood Hollow and Hellsir Cemetery. Some can have some gore, like Factory Defect, so please read before attending if you have small children.
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