Nyc Halloween Events

Regardless of your age or frightening resistance, Halloween has fun for you — not just the day Self, but in the course of the month. Blow-out events, haunted buildings, read on for our guide. Funky makeup stores and spooky experiences to several spine-chilling locations in New York.

Visit the City’s most high-tech haunted house built by students from New York City College of Technology in downtown Brooklyn. Participants in this forward-thinking terror fest talked about cameras, noises, and robots. This one should be OK for school-age kids, although there might be some scares. 25 to 31 October. Gest5

The spookiness in the haunted house at this Queen’s working farm is on the calm side. Feel somber Rooms and narrow lobbies to pass, including night-time bounces. Veranstalter Recommends this to children aged 6 to 12. There are also hayrides, a pumpkin patch, and a maize maze at the House House. 27 October. This nightclub in Bushwick has a whole line-up of Halloween-themed events, beginning October 5 With their party Night Cult (suggested looks include “brilliant witch” and “divine demon”.

Many activities involve a burlesque series with Halloween elements, a spooky poetry slam, and a mask disco party with a ghostly theme on Halloween night. The outdoor patio in this famous beer garden on the Lower East Side gets a Halloween makeover.

Twinkling jack-o’-lanterns with pumpkin kegs loaded with pumpkin beer are the main attraction. Let the spooky theater smash Sleep No More loose on location. This party outfit party. Needs an outfit influenced by Psycho-, Birds- or otherwise Hitchcock, and goes through the wee hours. 25, 26, and 31 October

Webster Hall is its sinister alter ego in order to hold the formal after-party for the

Halloween Parade in Town. 31 October. This unforgettable ride across Manhattan is getting into the mood of Halloween for the month of October.

Performers contribute intricate masks as guides share eerie tales of the past in New York. Several tours of this Victorian-style trolley for a trip across Brooklyn every day.

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