A good scare can cure hiccups and stir a jolt of adrenaline useful for taking on hordes of mad donkeys. Prepare yourself for the equine eschaton with today's Groupon: for $12, you get admission for two to a haunted house, plus $15 worth of Halloween goodies at Piedmont Avenue Pumpkin Patch (a $25 value). This Groupon expires October 31, 2010, also known as National Slather Yourself in Treacle Day.
Piedmont Avenue Pumpkin Patch proffers haunted-house tours and wicked wares for a Halloween one-two punch. With admission for two ($5 per person) to the haunted house, you'll perambulate through a dark corridor filled with eerie echoes, a spider's lair, maze, and shrinking hallway. Take along a date for a terrifying trip that incites handholding, arm squeezing, and tentacle twisting. Afterwards, cheer yourself up with shopping for autumnal décor, such as gourds ($2–$4), corn ($3), carving kits ($3–$8), and pumpkins in a variety of sizes from miniature muskins ($1) to basketball-sized ($5–$7) to large Cinderellas ($7–$25) and more. You'll also find decorations such as wigs, masks, spider webs, and witches to take home and keep locked in the attic for all your spell-casting needs.
Seven Yelpers give the Piedmont Avenue Pumpkin Patch an average of four stars.
Piedmont Avenue Pumpkin Patch
Operating for more than a decade, Piedmont Avenue Pumpkin Patch both hosts Halloween outings and brings autumnal revelry to you. The expansive pumpkin patch and halloween store sell 15 types of pumpkins, as well as fall essentials such as gourds, masks, spider webs, and multicolored Indian corn. A harrowing haunted house tests visitors’ adrenal glands with dark corners, spooky sounds, and a befuddling maze. In addition to supplying frights, the staff also constructs pumpkin patches off site, redecorating homes and offices with pumpkins, straw bales, and house-trained scarecrows.