Zombie Walk FAQs

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Intown Manchester is excited to present our third annual Zombie Walk! Below you will find some Frequently Asked Questions about the event. Feel free to comment below with any additional questions you may have!

What time is the walk?

The walk is at 2pm.

Where does the walk begin and end?

The walk will begin at 1000 Elm Street at the Brady Sullivan Plaza and it will end at Milly’s Tavern at 500 S. Commercial Street.

Is there a map?

Yes! Download the map here. The locations with a piece of candy corn will have candy for zombie trick-or-treaters!

What is the cost to participate?

This event is FREE to participate in!

Is there an age minimum?

There is no age minimum for this event! But beware, this event could be scary for little ones!

Are groups allowed to participate?

Absolutely! We love having groups! The more the merrier!

What is the length of the walk?

The walk is about a mile long. It’s not tough, but we recommend wearing comfy shoes.

What should I wear?

Wear anything zombified! Check out this great blog post of outfit tips here and here.

Are there prizes for best dressed?

Yes! We will head to Milly’s Tavern after the walk to hand out prizes to the best costumes–people’s choice!

Will you guys be helping with makeup again this year?

We will be doing a very basic makeup application at Spider-Bite, Inc. at 179 Elm Street from 12:00pm-1:30pm. If you do get your makeup done, don’t forget the walk starts at 2pm at 1000 Elm Street, not at Spider-Bite, Inc.!

I have another question…

Comment below and we’ll answer it for you!




7 thoughts on “Zombie Walk FAQs

  1. Tonya Kinara says:

    Question #1 Do you Judge on each person?Or do you alsoJudge on Group of Zombies as well? #2 Do you also start a half way point Zombie join in location for walker with special needs? #3 How does parking work for walkers? Thank you

    • Hi Tonya!

      1. There will be prizes for the best (single) zombie and best kid zombie! Peoples’ choice. We have not added a group element as of yet, but that is a great idea for next year! 🙂

      2. We will have a map of stops along the way later this week. The times will be approximate, but it will be very easy to spot the group–we’ll be large! Stay tuned for the map.

      3. There is plenty of parking along Elm and side streets for $0.75 an hour. More information here: http://bit.ly/126iV1n. There is also parking behind the Plaza at 1000 Elm Street (entrance is on Plaza Drive) for $2 an hour, credit cards only. See a parking map of Manchester here: http://bit.ly/1t4bzGc

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