As one of the oldest cities in America, Boston has plenty of history and age, making it a great location for Halloween events. Find an event to celebrate this spooky holiday, rather you crave fear or just want an excuse to get out for a night. Spend your Halloween in Boston with one of these thrilling activities!
This unique after-dark tour lets you explore some of downtown Boston’s most haunted locations. Your guide will tell you the researched, authentic accounts as you pass from place to place so you can experience both the paranormal and historical worlds of each site. Some highlights of the tour include the Omni Parker House, Boston Common, Old South Meeting House and Old City Hall. Find out the chilling truths of these locations for a frightful Halloween in Boston. It’s an experience like no other.
If a fear fest isn’t really your idea of a good time, the Pumpkin Bowl is a classy and enjoyable event for you to partake in instead. 75 on Liberty Warf is offering a Halloween dining experience that’ll thrill your taste buds. Their chefs will creative everything pumpkin while the bar tenders mix some autumn flavors for fall spirited cocktails. Your Halloween in Boston doesn’t have to be scary, and the 2020 Pumpkin Bowl is a great way to celebrate without the holiday without all the screaming.
Though Salem isn’t technically a part of Boston, it’s just 15 miles away. If you want some true Halloween excitement, take a day trip to Salem, which is rated as the “Most Haunted City in the United States.” Visit the Salem Witch Trials Memorial, Old Burying Point Cemetery and the Witch House for a historic and spooky evening. Make your Halloween the spookiest it’s even been by taking a trip to Salem – just don’t get mistaken for a witch!
There’s something in Boston for everyone this Halloween, even if Haunted Houses and spirit summoning aren’t your thing. Start planning now and decide where you’ll be spending your Halloween this year! You’re sure to have fun no matter which you choose.