All Hallows Eve: Folklore and Fairytales

All Hallows Eve at the Palace, October 28, 10 AM – 2 PM

Who are the three sisters, what truly happened with Hansel and Gretel, and how did Jack obtain the bean? The origins of your favorite stories may surprise you. Join us at Tryon Palace as we fall down a rabbit hole weaving tales and lore originating from around the world in this year’s All Hallows’ Eve 2023: Folklore and Fairytales.

You don’t have to worry about losing your head, All Hallows’ is designed for ages 12 and under who will be treated with candy and prizes.

Free for children 12 and under, dressed in Halloween costumes; $10 for adults; free for members of the Tryon Palace Foundation.

Beginning on October 1, tickets can be purchased at the North Carolina History Center, or by calling 252-639-3527.

All passes for All Hallows’ Eve include admission to the Tryon Palace gardens. There are no refunds of exchanges on event tickets.