Boo-tiful Berks: Showcasing the top 10 Halloween decorations in the County

In the spirit of Halloween, residents of Berks County have transform their homes into enchanting realms of the supernatural. From cobweb-clad porches to pumpkin-lined pathways, the houses come alive with a haunting allure.

Join us on a spine-tingling journey through winding streets and historic neighborhoods, as we unveil the mesmerizing and macabre world of Halloween house decorations in Berks County. Be prepared for a terrifying tour of these bewitching abodes, each a testament to the creativity and spirit of the homeowners during this ghoulish time of the year. (List is not in any particular order)

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1 Visit the 300 block of Weidman Avenue in Sinking Spring for a spooktacular treat! This house has unleashed the Halloween spirit with an array of animatronics, inflatables, and a mini cemetery that’s to die for! The front yard is a chilling masterpiece, adorned with skeletons that seem to have come back from the grave. Join us in celebrating this spine-tingling display of Halloween creativity! It’s sure to give you goosebumps!

2If you’re in the mood for some spine-tingling Halloween vibes, you have to check out this house in the 100 block of Mountain Blvd in Wernersville. They’ve gone all out with their decorations! Their front yard is transformed into a ghoulish wonderland, complete with animatronics, eerie skeletons, a pumpkin patch, and even a spooky cemetery. It’s a Halloween lover’s dream!

3 If you’re a fan of horror movies, you can’t miss the Halloween display at this house on the 100 block of Werner Street in Wernersville. They’ve gone all out with spine-tingling decorations featuring life-size characters from your favorite horror movies! It’s a scream-worthy display that will send shivers down your spine.

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4 The Spooky Season is in full swing in the 1800 block of Squire Court in Wyomissing! The front yard is a Halloween lover’s dream, featuring creepy animatronics, haunting skeletons, a chilling graveyard, and even a life-sized headless horseman!

5 Get ready for a hair-raising Halloween experience in the 1400 block of Frush Valley Road in Laureldale! This house is decked out with massive animatronics, creepy clowns, and a toxic graveyard in the front yard. Dare to visit and be thrilled!

6 If you’re in the Muhlenberg Township area, swing by the 600 block of North Temple Blvd! Two neighbors on this street have teamed up to create a spine-tingling tribute to the 35th anniversary of “Killer Klowns from Outer Space.” Prepare to be amazed by their hair-raising decorations – giant animatronics, eerie clowns, and lights that dance to custom-programmed music. It’s a Halloween extravaganza you won’t want to miss!

7 The 1000 block of Daisy Drive, Muhlenberg Township, is ready to haunt your Halloween night! Check out the massive skeleton and werewolf displays, the evil pumpkin patch, a skeleton cemetery, and witches brewing spells! It’s a frightfully good time – visit if you dare!

8 If you’re in the mood for some spine-tingling Halloween fun, head over to the 300 block of Pennwyn Place in Mohnton. This house is decked out with a tower of evil pumpkins, a larger than life flying witch, creepy scarecrow and skeletons everywhere. Don’t miss this hauntingly good time! Bonus: travel up the street to the 100 block of Grandview Drive to find the Lost Souls Cemetery.

9 If you’re in the 4300 block of Stoudts Ferry Bridge Road in Muhlenberg Township, you can’t miss this eerie house of horrors! You’ll see a pumpkin patch guarded by a creepy scarecrow, a graveyard with restless spirits, a cursed pirate ship, straight out of a nightmare and a toxic wasteland filled with radioactive frights. Don’t miss out seeing this spine-chilling display!

10 Get ready for a spine-tingling Halloween experience! Visit a home-built Haunted House at 100 E 37th Street in Exeter Township. Explore terrifying animatronics, a room of killer clowns, witches brewing spells, and a spooky graveyard. Best of all, it’s FREE and open on Halloween night. Don’t miss out on this haunted adventure!

Honorable Mentions

100 block of Hill Road in Blandon

400 block of Nichols Street in Leesport

3400 block of Stoudts Ferry Bridge Road in Muhlenberg Township

1000 block of Cross Keys Road in Leesport

Last but not least, thank you to our readers for submitting houses for us to highlight! We received dozens of requests and simply could not drive to every single one, but we know there are many more great displays around the County. And yes, we will be doing the same for Christmas decorations. Send your address to

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Jason Hugg
Jason Hugg
Editor and photographer at Berks Weekly.
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