Sleepy Hollow’s premier haunted attraction

Travel back in time to cursed Sleepy Hollow, an 18th-century village driven mad by the Headless Horseman! Enter the foreboding gates and make your way through haunted landmarks like the cemetery, tavern, and Old Dutch Church. Be careful on your journey! The undead, the evil, and the insane rule this terrifying landscape, all paying homage to the Hessian who forever hunts his head.

New this year: Stop by the Sleepy Hollow Photo Boo-th to share your scare! Join our cast of creepy characters for the spookiest photo-op of the season. Find the Boo-th in the Philipsburg Manor parking lot.

2020 Dates

October 2-4; 9-11; 16-18; 23-25; 30-31; November 1

Member pre-sale: July 7
General public on-sale: July 21

Adult: $22 (Sat $28)
Members: $5/Ticket Discount
Fast Track Pass: $15

Fast Track ticket holders queue up in a separate entrance from general admission ticket holders, and they are let in FIRST in their time slot.

$2/ticket surcharge for onsite and phone purchase

Groups of 30 or more enjoy discounted admission to Horseman’s Hollow. See details.


GPS address for Philipsburg Manor:
381 N Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY

GPS address for overflow lot:
100 Continental St., Sleepy Hollow, NY


Can children attend Horseman's Hollow?

We recommend Horseman’s Hollow for ages 10 and up.

How long is the Horseman's Hollow experience?

The experience usually takes about 35 minutes to walk through.

Is the event wheelchair accessible?

Horseman’s Hollow is handicapped accessible, as there are no stairs to negotiate through the installation. However, it is a walk-through experience along uneven, unpaved, soft-surface terrain.

Handicapped parking is available, but your car must display a handicapped placard or plate.

soft-surface terrain.

Handicapped parking is available, but your car must display a handicapped placard or plate.

Are there nearby dining or hotel options?

We have tasty fall-themed food selections courtesy of Geordane’s of Irvington. There are also many excellent options for dining in the area. Find a restaurant or hotel now.

Can I go on a sold out night?

Sorry, but when we are sold out, we do not have any tickets at the door. You may consider purchasing a Premier Membership to Historic Hudson Valley, which includes tickets for Horseman’s Hollow that are valid even on sold out nights!

Is there parking at Horseman's Hollow?

Yes, parking is free and on-site. It is about a 5-10 minute walk to the event.

What's your weather policy?

Horseman’s Hollow is held rain or shine. If you elect not to attend, your tickets are neither refundable nor exchangeable. In poor weather, ticket holders should consult local weather forecasts for their own area and make their own determination about whether to set out for the evening’s event.

An event may be canceled by Historic Hudson Valley if, in its sole judgment, extreme weather or other conditions could jeopardize the safety of visitors, volunteers, and staff. Generally, rain, snow flurries, or showers would not lead us to cancel, but extremely heavy rain, thunder, and lightning, very strong wind; blizzard conditions, heavy icing, or a prediction of such conditions could force us to do so. If Historic Hudson Valley determines that conditions warrant canceling an event, we will post a message on our website and voicemail and ask local radio stations to make an announcement.

Are tickets refundable?

Unfortunately, there are no refunds, no exchanges, and no credits for future purchases. However, your
tickets can be re-sold, given away, or donated.

Will the actors grab me?

We have a no-touching rule for both characters and visitors!

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