For its October installment of Regions Free Day, Regions Bank invites families throughout Middle Tennessee to dress in their best costumes and attend the 15th Annual Hauntings at the Hermitage on Saturday, Oct. 24.
This ghoulish event brings together families across the mid-state to celebrate the Halloween season with haunted hay rides, tours in the Hermitage Mansion, fabulous trick-or-treat stations with great candy, giveaways, potion making, and plenty of music, food, games and activities for children of all ages.
This year's Hauntings at the Hermitage is divided into two sessions - one for families with young children, and one for visitors 13 and over. 400 free tickets, courtesy of Regions Bank, will be distributed online at www.thehermitage.com beginning Monday, Oct. 5 at 10 a.m. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is a limit of four tickets per family.
Opened in 1889, The Hermitage is one of the largest and oldest historic site museums in the United States and was home to President Andrew Jackson. For more information about Hauntings at the Hermitage, please visit http://www.thehermitage.com/ .
Regions Free Day is an annual initiative offering complimentary access to one area blockbuster attraction or event each month. Regions Bank's program allows Middle Tennessee residents to explore the fun and unique attractions Nashville has to offer at little or no cost.
The Hermitage is located at 4580 Rachel's Lane, Nashville.
The Hermitage is a 1,120 acre National Historic Landmark with 27 restored buildings, 12 dating to Jackson's ownership, including his 1836 mansion and tomb, slave cabins, garden, and the church he had constructed for his beloved wife, Rachel.
In addition to its office in Woodbury, Regions serves customers in 16 states across the South, Midwest and Texas, and through its subsidiary, Regions Bank, operates approximately 1,630 bank-ing offices and 2,000 ATMs.