Top Halloween Events in the U.S.
Looking for epic Halloween events to go to this year? Since Halloween is right around the corner, make sure to check out some amazing celebrations across America that are sure to impress and bring out your creative side. VroomVroomVroom has got you sorted this vacation season so you have no excuse but to get out there and have fun!
Haunted Tours in New Orleans
Get spooked and enjoy the thrill of haunting by checking out some of the popular voodoo and paranormal events in New Orleans. Known as the most haunted city in America, New Orleans has an array of different events and activities. Go on a haunted tour through the French Quarter, check out the voodoo shops, and watch the Krewe of Boo Parade.
Where to stay? If you are wanting to experience Halloween in all its glory, staying in the French Quarter is the ideal spot to be!
- Frenchmen Street Party.
- Krewe of Boo Parade.
- Haunted Tours.
Getting there: You are able to rent a in car in Louisiana from the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport or in many locations in the area. It will take you about 35 minutes to drive to the French Quarter from here.IDE ME
Village Halloween Parade in New York
New York's Village Halloween Parade is an annual holiday parade and street pageant deemed as "the nation's most wildly creative public event in the world!" Thousands of New Yorkers and visitors flock on 6th Avenue at Canal Street dressed in some of the city's scariest, or most inventive costumes.
Where to stay? The event itself is located on 6th Avenue so you might want to stay in between Midtown and Lower Manhattan to be close to the parade. If you are wanting to be more central, we recommend staying around Midtown and the Upper East Side.
- The Village Halloween Parade.
- The Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze.
- BangOn!NYC Warehouse of Horrors in Williamsburg.
- Halloween at the Museum.
Getting there: Pick up your hire car from JFK Airport. VroomVroomVroom compares car rentals for JFK so you will know you are in safe hands when you book through us. It will take you 1 hour to get from the airport to the heart of Manhattan Island.IDE ME
West Hollywood Carnaval in Los Angeles
Widely-known as the world's biggest Halloween street party, West Hollywood Carnaval is open to the public and easily attracts more than 500,000 people every year. Located on the Santa Monica Boulevard, this Halloween party brings together an array of different people to party and have fun!
Where to stay? If you want to stay close to the party, Santa Monica and Beverly Hills will be your best options. From there you can go onto visiting the must-see sights that LA has to offer.
- Long Beach Zombie Fest.
- Paramount After Dark Tour.
- Halloween Part at Disneyland.
- Boo at the LA Zoo.
Getting there: Many rental car companies operate out of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). When you pick up your rental, it will take 45 minutes to get to Beverly Hills.DE ME
Rock of Horror in Las Vegas
If there's one great thing Las Vegas is known for, it's the ability to party, shop and enjoy the amazing range of food here - where Halloween is no exception. Regardless of age, there are so many things to do and see such as the Rock of Horror at the Fremont Street Experience.
Where to stay? If it is your first time visiting Las Vegas, staying in the main strip is the best idea - this way you are central to all the activities going on.
- Rock of Horror at the Fremont Street Experience.
- Sin City Halloween Parade.
- Halloween Under the Dome at the Plaza Hotel.
- An amazing selection of music event.
Getting there: There are an array of many depots in Las Vegas. You may want to road trip from LA to Las Vegas or if not, there are plenty of places to pick up your hire car in close proximity. LA to Las Vegas will take you about 6 hours.HIDE ME