It shouldn’t come as a surprise, but New York City is home to one of the world’s largest Halloween parades. In fact, over the last 45 years, the NYC Halloween Parade is what goes bump in the night across Greenwich Village every October 31. This All Hallow’s Eve, grab your costume and join tens of thousands of ghosts, ghouls, zombies, witches and more as they march up Sixth Avenue.
On October 31, towns all across Long Island will be bustling with trick-or-treaters and everybody celebrating Halloween. With so many people out-and-about, you have to practice a little extra precaution to keep your kids safe and secure. To ensure your family has a happy and carefree holiday, use some of these trusted Halloween safety tips.
Like it or not, Halloween is just around the corner. Whether you’ve had your costume picked out for months or you’re waiting until the last second, you’re going to need something to do when the big day rolls around. If you’re looking for a festive get together this October, consider some of these Long Island Halloween parties that are sure to pack the fun… and fright.
During the month of October, many people fearlessly seek their Halloween holiday thrills at one of Long Island’s terrifyingly fun haunted houses. In our area, you’ll find some not-so-spooky kid-friendly attractions, as well as acres upon acres of terror at places like Bayville Scream Park. So, if you dare, here are the most frightening haunted houses on Long Island.