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5 Sweet North American Destinations to Visit this Halloween

man eating sweet candy

I got a sweet tooth for licorice drops and jelly roll! 

One way to celebrate the spirit of Halloween is to induldge in the decliously sinful side (a side that doesn't involve dressing up and going to uncomfortable parties). Check out this list of the 5 best places in North America to get your sweet tooth on. 

Taza Factory Day of the Dead Block Party

Somerville, MA

Sign us up! Head to the Taza Chocolate Factory in Somerville, MA for this free event that features hot chocolate samples, surprise treats from Honeycomb Creamery, and plenty of food trucks to fill your sweet tooth. Stick around for La Piñata’s traditional Mexican celebration of remembrance.

Hersheypark in The Dark

Hershey, PA

Hershey, PA is the birthplace of the Hershey chocolate bar and home to the candy-themed amusement park, Hersheypark. In October the park transforms into a Halloween extravaganza including the Trick Or Treat Trail with 13 candy stops throughout the park. Start in Hershey’s Chocolate World, then grab some sweets near the roller coasters in Hersheypark, and end with a special treat in ZooAmerica.

Seattle Chocolate Haunted Factory Tour

Seattle, Washington

Looking for the perfect blend of Halloween and candy? Every October the Seattle Chocolate Company offers the Haunted Chocolate Factory Tour. Make your way through their spooky factory after hours and use the hidden clues to find the secret treasure. We promise you it’s worth it!

The Cadbury Chocolate Factory

Toronto, Canada

Love Cadbury chocolate? On Halloween night The Cadbury Chocolate Factory turns into a haunted house filled with delicious treats and spooky scares. This started as a small community-run event and is now one of the most popular Halloween destinations for children and adults. Get there early to beat the crowds and snag some of the best sweets.

Ye Olde Pepper Candy Companie

Salem, MA

Not only is Salem, MA one of the hottest Halloween destinations, but it’s also home to America’s oldest candy company, Ye Olde Pepper Candy. Try the gibralters, a hard flavored candy that originated in the early 19th century. With 4th generation candy makers running the shop, you know they’re not messing around. Once you’ve had your fill of candy, head to Melt, a mouth-watering ice cream shop known for their unique flavors. 

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