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On Saturday October 31- yes, that Saturday- the Woodlawn fairies are vacating the teensie-weensie houses built by our neighbors and friends. The perfect start to your enchanted Halloween experience surely begins at historic Woodlawn searching our trail for these creations!
For the very first time, the site will be showcasing a (natural) teensie-house trail within our beautiful grounds!

Come and see what enchanted structures you can find (and hopefully a fairy or two!)
Each admission ticket will include a trail map, and of course, a goodie bag filled of treats & fairy dust! We encourage you to make it a fun-filled day. Costumes are always welcome! To make the day extra special, bring a picnic, and book a tour at one of our iconic historic houses .

To ensure everyone can have a fun, safe time, we require all visitors and staff to practice social distancing, and to prepare to wear masks outside and inside. Once you arrive, you are welcome to stay as long as you would like until 3:00 PM.