There’s A Real Life ‘Halloweentown’ You Can Visit

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We love Halloween movies almost as much as pumpkin-flavored treats.

Disney’s ‘Halloweentown’ is the top of our must-watch movies in October.

The movie was filmed in St. Helens, Oregon in 1998.

True fans of the movie can visit the town for the Spirit of Halloween festival.

The month-long event kicks off October 8th and honors the classic children’s movie.

The town replicates the magical movie set, people dress in costumes, and of course, the epic giant pumpkin lighting.

Kimberly J. Brown, who played Marnie, has been known to attend the event in the past.

If you want a real case of nostalgia, head to St. Helens ASAP!

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