Werewolves, zombies, creatures, oh my! Monster Petting Farm takes over Ann Arbor’s Domino’s Farm

ANN ARBOR, me. – Community members won’t find baby goats, rabbits, or cows on any creepy petting farm that comes to Domino’s Farm.

For two weekends in October, the Ann Arbor Civic Theater brings its Halloween Trail: Monster Petting Farm to Tree Town.

The event is partly a petting zoo, partly a Halloween meeting point and partly a live stage show.

“This is not your typical spring-out-and-scream haunted event,” said Brodie H. Brockie, who wrote and directed the show. “This is an immersive story brought to life by talented local actors. There is a lot of comedy, some action and of course some creepy thrills. “

Participants take a guided tour as they pass free-roaming zombies, penned werewolves, and a newly discovered monster. Ann Arbor’s howling musician Violin Monster will also roam the farm.

This is the deal:

The ticket times for the petting zoo are scheduled on four dates between 7-10:15 p.m.:

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  • Friday October 22nd

  • Saturday 23 October

  • Friday October 29th

  • Saturday October 30th

No tickets are sold on site and must be pre-ordered here online.

Tickets are $ 20 per person. Candy bags in bespoke cups can be added to tickets for $ 5. The quantities are limited.

Anyone under the age of 3 can enter for free, but all minors must attend with someone over the age of 16. The event is not wheelchair accessible and takes between 30-45 minutes according to the ticket website.

Halloween Trail: Monster Petting Farm is located at 3001 Earhart Rd.

The Ann Arbor Civic Theater presents its latest scary show at Domino’s Farm in Ann Arbor. (Ann Arbor Municipal Theater)

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