Halloween in New York
Autumn in New
York is a great place to celebrate Halloween where day trips to go out pumpkin
picking is just the beginning...
you're looking for some spooky places to hang out, or to meet other ghouls and goblins who are in the spirit for some Halloween fun, here are some highlights of
NYC's biggest fright night of the year ...
When: October 31st - 7:00 PM
(earlier lineup for costumed paraders)
Where: Starts at Spring St &
6th Ave. Ends at 22nd Street
Village Parade is probably the best known and most
publicized costume extravaganza in the country. Everyone's
invited to this Halloween spectacle and the more spectacular
the costume, the more likely you'll wind up on the
news. This one is a treat for grown-ups and kids.
Whether you want to join or just watch check out the
wackiest, weirdest, spookiest costumes in the city.
at the Zoo
When: Weekends, mid to late October
(check the Bronx
Zoo info pages for dates)
Halloween with magic shows, hayrides, crafts, music
for two weekends of some spooktacular fun! Kids 12
years old and under in costume enter free with a paying
adult for a safe and fun Halloween.
Halloween in Central Park
When: late October
Where: Central Park
Attention all trick-or-treaters, ghost and goblins!
Activities include a scary haunted house, costume
making and, of course, the pumpkin patchwhere
participants pick their very own pumpkin from the
Bethesda Fountain terrace.
More about Halloween in New York around the Web:
York's Village Halloween Parade - The official site.
& Company - Houses of Fright - A survey of seasonal attractions with the focus on annual attractions guaranteed to scare the pants off hard-bitten New Yorkers and visitors.
- Halloween Haunts & Events - Scroll down this very long page for everything fright night in New York including family-friendly events.
York Metro Halloween for Kids - Where to see the best Halloween entertainment, get the best treats, costumes and more, from New York Magazine.
see -> NYC Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade