Halloween – and Halloween weekend – create opportunities for parties galore among the adult crowd. Therefore, if you’re not hosting or attending a party this weekend, there’s plenty to do in the Metro Washington DC area.
So, grab your witches’ hat or put on your best zombie duds and hit the town. These websites list the best places-to-go and things-to-do for the upcoming Halloween weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday and, of course, Halloween on Monday, Oct. 31):
About Travel has listed its best Halloween Events for 2016 for Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. Some of the top picks include:
- Fright Fest at Six Flags America.
- Halloween Haunt at Kings Dominion.
- Boo at the Zoo and Night of the Living Zoo.
Check out the long list of Halloween fun for both adults and children here.
Eventbrite.com has shared its list of Halloween parties and events for Washington DC, including:
- The Halloween Day Party starting Sunday, Oct. 30 at 4 p.m.
- The Redwood Restaurant and Bar, Bethesda, Halloween Party on Monday, Oct. 31 at 8 p.m.
- Halloween Costume Party at Bonfire DC, Saturday, Oct. 29 at 7 p.m.
More details are available at Eventbrite.com.
Meanwhile, Funtober.com has compiled a nice list of Halloween Parties, Events and Parades planned for the Washington DC area during the holiday weekend. Some of the highlights include:
- The Prince George’s Country Branch of the NAACP is hosting a Harvest Halloween Jam Friday, October 28 at Martin’s Crossroads.
- The Mad Masquerade, Friday, October 28, by the Ivy Plus Society at Mission.
- Nightmare on M Street Halloween Bar Tour on Saturday, Oct. 29
Jump over to Funtober’s website for an impressive list of Halloween events.
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Have a safe and fun Halloween!
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