Heritage Square's Victorian mansions and hearses on display from
One of the hearses from Coffin Cartel Hearse Club on display for
Heritage Square's Halloween Mourning Tours weekend
Beautiful hearse with the Shaw House in the background
The stately Perry Mansion
The gorgeous Hale House
Re-enactment of a Victorian funeral at Heritage Square's Halloween
The Shaw House, also known as the Valley Knudsen Garden Residence
The Shaw House's vintage Halloween decorations
Two dapper young gentlemen stroll past the Octagon House and Ford House
They didn't seem to mind us taking photos in the Ford House, which is currently
being renovated, so here are some neat masks!
And an adorable bat (maybe black cat?) costume
This witchy black and orange dress was super-cute, too!
The Colonial Drugstore
Lincoln Avenue Church was gorgeous, but wasn't open for this tour
Little graveyard they set up beside the church
Bailey-Denton Photography was there with their camera preserving the wet-plate
photographic process! For a fee you could have a tin-type photo taken!
Coffin Cartel Hearse Club
Scarecrow in the Ford House garden
There are no further Halloween Mourning Tours this year, but Heritage Square is open year-round and offers regular tours of its beautiful buildings. If you are in the Southern California area, I highly recommend checking out this hidden gem!
You can learn more about Heritage Square Museum via their website!