Our day trip to St. Helens, Oregon–Visit Halloweentown!

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Today, we took a thirty minute trip to St. Helens, Oregon.  It was a beautiful fall day, and we went to see the Spirit of Halloweentown.  [Get their full 2018 itinerary here.] This was such a neat day, it was cute to see where one of my favorite fall movies had been shot. We also learned on our adventure that Twilight and parks of the show, Grimm were shot here too!  We always try to make our day trips as affordable as possible. This day was incredibly cheap, to be honest. We “splurged”on an ice cream snack for the boys and went to the museum of Oddoties (Admission was maybe 2.00) and still only spent 10.00.

Halloweentown was such a fun fall activity.  I didn’t realize so many movies were shot in St. Helens, Oregon.  There is so much fun character in this little city, it is such a beautiful spot for fall photos.

A portion of the Twilight movie series was shot in front of this wall!
The theater  had some great ice snacks!
Supernatural was shot right behind us!
So many photo opportunities!

We were enjoying a performance by the Sanderson Sisters in front of the courthouse.  

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