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Have Fun at These Halloween Spots in NYC

Posted on: October 24th, 2017 by MTC Limousine

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Prepare for the most thrilling Halloween ever in New York this year! If you haven’t seen the world’s largest Halloween parade, now is your chance to enjoy that and lots more this 2017.

It’s going to be roaring with activities and parties the weekend before this year, so you won’t want to miss out. Get to each and every location in absolute comfort with our NY limousine service. You can be assured of a safe ride in the hands of our professionally-trained chauffeurs.

If you’ve been wondering where to go and what to enjoy this scary season in New York, have a look at our suggestions below and take your pick:

 

The Parade

Manhattan’s 44th Village Halloween Parade is definitely a must-witness event. Join in the fun this 2017 with this year’s Cabinet of Curiosities theme. You can even join in the parade as a volunteer puppeteer or performer via their website. If not, you can still have lots of ghoulish fun during this event by marching along in your crazily fantastic Halloween costume.

Venue: The parade line up starts at Sixth Avenue and Canal Street.

 

It’s Going to the Dogs

Yes, dogs are very much welcomed to the annual Thompkins Square Dog Parade in East Village. As much as we humans love to celebrate this spooky festival, there’s only so much we can do to dress ourselves up before we run out of space. You’ll be able to show off your designing skills on your canine pooch for this year’s festivities. If you’re keen to have your furry friend join the “largest dog costume parade in the world”, just remember to be there when the time is right.

Venue: Alphabet City, Manhattan.

 

Pumpkin Madness

The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze is where you want to be if you want to be in awe of over 7,000 flowing pumpkins. Located near Van Cortlandt Manor, this major attraction is a spectacular daytime and night time choice for the whole family. Enjoy stargazing in the Pumpkin Planetarium and a special appearance by Sleepy Hollow’s Headless Horseman. You’ll need to purchase your tickets in advance to experience this unique feature so get online before it runs out.

Venue: 525 S Riverside Ave, Croton-On-Hudson.

 

Get the Whole Family Together

Gather around for a fun-filled visit to the Bronx Zoo. Every weekend in October is packed full of activities for all ages. There’s a hayride that goes through a haunted forest, a daytime costume parade, birds of lore such as ravens and owls and lots of food truck options to keep you going.

Venue: 2300 Southern Blvd, Bronx.

 

Eat Your Heart Out

Missed your chance to sample some delicious local and international fare in August? Well, here’s another opportunity for you to enjoy some delights at the Halloween Night Market in Queens. Costumes are more than welcome when it comes to this spooktacular season so bring your best to the table. There’ll also be lots of free performances scattered around to heighten the fun.

Venue: 47-01 111th St, Queens. 

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