$10 for Admission for 4 to Halloween Haunts and Haints from DealChicken has a fun Halloween deal out this morning! Get 4 admission to Halloween Haunts and Haints at Marble Springs State Historic Site for just $10!

Bring the whole family (ages 3 and under are free) to Marble Springs’ Halloween Haunts and Haints. The evening of just-scary-enough fun includes trick-or-treating at the site’s historic buildings, a costume contest, a haunted trail, and lots of fun (and educational) kid-friendly activities. The event is co-sponsored by The Smoky Mountain Storytellers Association, who will be telling stories with varying degrees of scariness (choose the scariest you dare) at the bonfire and tavern.

The Marble Springs State Historic Site is the last standing home of John Sevier, the first governor of Tennessee. The site functions both as an living history educational facility and event space for wedding and other parties.

Go here to grab this deal!

Has anyone ever been? This sounds like my kind of Halloween activity. I am not a fan of truly scary stuff. :0)

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