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Get Spooked at Blood Manor

Blood Manor takes pride in their work, outfitting out their space with props and graphic images that are sure to make the hair on the back of your neck stand up. The actors commit to their role and at times can seem like the real deal.


Make the trek to the Headless Horseman

The outdoor attraction is made up of 8 haunted houses, a dark harvest corn maze and a dark and spooky outdoor walk. Its won numerous awards, including recently being ranked among the country’s 10 Best Haunted Attractions of 2021 by USA Today.


Celebrate Oktoberfest with friends

Unless you’re planning a trip to Germany any time soon, this NYC fall tradition is the next best thing. From September 2nd (yes really, a whole month early) to October 31st, New Yorkers and locals alike can enjoy this epic NYC fall event.


Trick or Drink at the Halloween Bar Crawl

Barcrawlerz is hosting this years annual Trick or Drink bar crawl, where for 3 days you can dress up and head to participating bars for drink specials surrounded by other ghouls and goblins.


Wander neighborhoods to find the best halloween decorations

Charming brownstones lined with spider webs, skeletons and vibrant pumpkins turn every day strolls through the city into an experience. Autumn in New York City is like no other.


Snap a picture at the Pumpkin Arch on Pier 17

This beautiful pumpkin arch is located on Pier 17 at South Street Seaport. Snapping a photo with this masterpiece is one of the best Halloween events in New York City.


Pick up a Pumpkin Keg from Loreley Beer Garden

Between September 22nd and November 6th, grab your friends and enjoy a 60 oz Pumpkin Keg filled with pumpkin beer. The keg is fitted with a beer tap and you can roughly get 4-5 glasses of beer out of it.


Grab a burger at Oscar Wilde

This Victorian style restaurant is a way to celebrate all that Oscar Wilde stood for. Hosting an impressive art (and object) collection dating back to the 1800’s you can enjoy a French fireplace from the 1840’s, stained glass from an Irish castle and so much more.


Check out Tompkins Square Halloween dog parade

Folks from all over flood the East River Park Amphitheater with their pups dressed in ridiculously cute costumes creating one of the best fall activities in NYC.


Check out Boo at the Zoo

Guests are encouraged to show up in costume and take part in a day of fun. The zoo has candy trails so kids can trick or treat alongside their favorite animals. It’s an educational day too, since the zoo shows what some of the animals’ favorite snacks are as well.

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