Happy Halloween! There are always a lot of events taking place in Brooklyn, so we figured we would give you a good overview of what we have on our Halloween bucket list this year. From the cute to the terrifying, we’ve got you covered for all your Halloween needs!


Red Hook
October 1 – December 31


Courtesy: This is Real/Michael Sharkey

Are you ready to kick off this Halloween month with something brand new and scary? This exercise in horror will allow eight brave souls to visit at a time, but do not worry about your friends coming with you – you will be pulled away by monsters from your nightmares. This is Real will leave you shivering and inspire you to get in the Halloween mood!

More information here. $95 on weekdays $110 on weekends

18+ only


Luna Park, Coney Island
October 1 – 31


Happy spook season! Bring the crew to this family-friendly Luna Park event, featuring face painting, pony rides and the best Pumpkin Patch in NYC! Whether you are into magic shows, story times, music, or showing your spooky costume, the annual Coney Island Halloween Harvest has it all. Halloween Harvest tickets are included with an all-day Luna Park pass, so do not forget to hop on a few rides!
More information here.


Red Hook Community Farm
October 21


Join the Red Hook Community Farm for the annual Red Hook Harvest Festival – a celebration of urban farming, youth empowerment, community connections… And a bountiful fall harvest! Enter at the corner of Columbia and Sigourney streets; There is a $5 suggested donation, but no one will be turned away. Bring friends, family, and neighbors… And come in costume!

More information here. 


Vorhees Theatre, Downtown Brooklyn
October 21 – 31


Courtesy: City Tech/ Todd Seelie

Prepare to be scared at New York City College of Technology’s (City Tech) annual high-tech haunted hotel, The Gravesend Inn. The haunted house is produced by City Tech’s resident theater group, Theaterworks, and has been quoted as a theme-park-quality Halloween attraction. Join the cult that started in 2000, and get spooked like many other children and adults before you!
$10 tickets available online.

More information here.


Brooklyn Museum/Green-Wood Cemetery
October 21 and 31

2017_soulful_creatures_animal_mummies_webcal_37-272e_gavin_ashworth_photograph_2000w_600_823-1-9804768 Courtesy: Brooklyn Museum

Get a fresh look at representations of animals with two unique tours. This one-of-a-kind experience begins with a tour of our special exhibition, Soulful Creatures: Animal Mummies in Ancient Egypt, which explores the ancient Egyptian process and purpose of animal mummification through a display of mummies of birds, cats, dogs, snakes, and other animals from cemeteries throughout Egypt. Then, we’ll hop on the trolley to Green-Wood Cemetery to compare these spiritual creatures to the wide variety of Victorian-era symbolic representations of animals, from birds and bees to lions and horses, in Green-Wood’s menagerie of monuments. On Halloween Day, the tour will have the trolley arrive at the museum and escort to and from, but once you are there we will get off the trolley and proceed on a walking tour through the Mausoleums, before ending the day with a curator led tour of the museum after hours. For ticket purchases, please visit this page.

More information here.


House of Yes, Bushwick
October 22

This Halloween themed daytime event at the iconic House of Yes in Bushwick will get you in the Halloween spirit as you shop for jewelry, crafts, vintage items, handmade goods, arts, textiles, festival wear, costumes, lingerie, menswear and more. Grab drinks at one of the many bars and cruise the hand-picked artisan selections with a cocktail in hand!

More information here.


Luna Park, Coney Island
October 26


Costumes aren’t just for humans – dogs want to get in on the fun too! Bring your furry friend with their best paw forward in this year’s costume! Take your dog for a stroll through the park before hitting the catwalk (pun intended). The winners get a super bag of goodies and their two-legged friends get $100, so bring your A-game! Free to enter.

More information here.


Brooklyn Bridge Park October 28 Haunted marsh, pumpkin patch, arts and crafts, face painting, music, and games abound at this year’s Harvest Festival! Get your friends and family and head to the park. Whether you are looking to add some face paint to your look or play a game, there will be something there waiting for everyone! Free.

More information here.


Prospect Park
October 28

The Prospect Park Alliance invites all local ghosts and ghouls to the 38th Annual Halloween Haunted Walk and Fair! This much-anticipated annual event brings thousands of families to Prospect Park for free fun. This year, the festivities will continue with the first ever Prospect Park Afterparty: BKLYN BOO! taking place at City Point in Downtown Brooklyn.
More information here.


Brooklyn Bowl, Williamsburg
October 29 and 30


Bowling is not dead, so play a round before you rock to the live music of The Grateful Dead on October 29 or enjoy the Jazzy Halloween Special from Preservation Hall Jazz on October 30! Visit one of Brooklyn’s most iconic locations for a drink, some bowling, a bit of dancing and a great time this Halloween weekend.
More information here.


Brooklyn Boulders, Gowanus October 30


Bring your kids to Brooklyn Boulders’s Curse of the Carabiner Halloween event for some tricks, treats, Halloween-themed games, spooky S.T.E.A.M. activities and, of course, climbing. Wear your best costume! $15 per attendee.

More information here.


The Bell House, Gowanus October 31


Two complete karaoke sets will be sung, so grab your mic and run on stage to show them what you’ve got! Get ready to party like it’s 1976 as you pull out your corsets and lipsticks! Have some fun and support a good cause, this is a benefit for the Ali Forney Center, which advocates for homeless LGBTQ youth and The Center for Anti-Violence Education. Advance tickets $10. $15 day of show.
More information here.


Park Slope
October 31

This spooktastic family affair kicks off at 14th Street and 7th Avenue at 6:30 p.m. before the parade will head north on 7th Avenue, turn left on 3rd Street and end in J.J. Byrne Playground at the Old Stone House. The family-friendly event has a focus on children, and allow for all Halloween lovers to join in!
More information here.


Kings Theater, Flatbush
October 31


The evening’s ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ will allow theatre-goers to experience the vibe of the night the second they walk into the lobby, where French gypsy jazz group. Tatiana Eva-Marie & the Avalon Jazz Band will be doing both pre and post-screening performances. In addition, the Kings Theatre lobby will also host a post-show “after hours” session with South African-born, award-winning jazz singer and composer Melanie Scholtz, also known as the “lone looper.” Other Caligari-inspired attractions will be seen and heard throughout the theatre. Tickets are $25-45

More information here.