New Yorkers are big fans of Halloween. This city loves to get a little creepy this time of year between the decked-out brownstones and decorated bars and restaurants.
If you’re looking to celebrate Halloween, there are plenty of options. We started compiling a list of fun things to do this Halloween and plan to keep adding more as we find them. Keep checking back for all the best ways to celebrate Halloween in New York City on the cheap.
Halloween Lights! A Haunting in Hollis 2022- Real Haunted House Attraction
Halloween Lights! A Haunting in Hollis 2022- Real Haunted House Attraction takes place on Monday, October 10th, from 1-6 pm at 211-17 Hollis Ave 211-17 Hollis Avenue Queens Village, NY. Free entry with registration.
NYC Parks: Hallowscream
NYC Parks: Hallowscream takes place on Friday, October 21st, from 3-7 pm at Chelsea Recreation Center 430 West 25th Street New York, NY. Free entry with registration.
Ghosts of New York: Night Walk of the Damned
Ghosts of New York: Night Walk of the Damned takes place on Wednesday, October 26th through Monday, October 31st starting at St. Marks Church-In-The-Bowery, 131 E 10th St, New York, NY. Entry is $4.99 per person.
Hot 97 Funk Flex Halloween Costume Party
Hot 97 Funk Flex Halloween Costume Party takes place on Friday, October 28th at 11 pm at Taj II Lounge and Event Space, 48 West 21st Street, New York, NY. Free entry until 11:30 pm with RSVP.
House of Hallucinations Halloween
House of Hallucinations Halloween takes place on Friday, October 28th, and Saturday, October 29th, from 10 pm-4 am at House of Yes, 2 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn, NY. Admission starts at $23.64.
Halloween Purge Rooftop Day Party
Halloween Purge Rooftop Day Party takes place on Sunday, October 30th, from 4-11 pm at The Delancey, 168 Delancey Street, New York, NY. Free entry for women until 5 pm and men until 4:30 pm.
New York’s 49th Annual Village Halloween Parade
New York’s 49th Annual Village Halloween Parade takes place on Monday, October 31st at 7 pm at Canal St. and 6th Avenue, New York, NY. Admission to participate (in costume) or view on the sidelines is free.