Halloween, the night of horrors and haunts, is finally upon us! Bulk bags of candy have been bought, costumes have been created, ghastly decorations have been hung, and children are ready for long neighborhood treks. Somehow, the day crept up on you without notice, and now you’re a ghost without a haunt. What do you do when you’re stuck without plans on Halloween? Don’t worry about it! Here are some of the best Halloween Night Last Minute Ideas!

Seastreak Halloween Night Last Minute Ideas

NY Ghost Tour – Who knew New York City was haunted? Take a tour of the city with expert ghost storytellers. Learn all about the city’s checkered past, find out the spots that Edgar Allen Poe used to (and still does) haunt!

When and Where: Tour starting points vary, available year-round.

Info: Prices vary depending on tour

Blackout Haunted House – Prepare to be terrified. This haunted house is a solo experience. Participants need to walk through by themselves, and must be 18 or over to enter. This haunting experience is running through November 10th!

When and Where: Through Nov. 10; 164 11th Ave., between 22nd and 23rd streets.

Info: $65


Blood Manor – You’ll navigate dark corridors within a 5,000-square-foot space in Hudson Square, dodging zombies and accompanied by an adult, if you’re younger than 14.

When and Where: Through Nov. 2; 163 Varick St., Manhattan

Info: $30 advance, $35 at the door


Village Halloween Parade – The best NY Halloween event is back! Visit the Village for some of the best costumes you’ll see all Halloween at the Village Halloween Parade.

When and Where: From 7-10 p.m. Oct. 31,

It runs along 6th Avenue from Spring to 16th streets.

To join in, come in costume and enter on 6th Avenue between Canal and Spring streets starting at 6:30.

Info: Free


Webster Hell: Four floors of dancing await you at Webster Hall’s Halloween party, Webster Hell. Expect plenty of great costumes from the Village Halloween Parade stopping by!

When and Where: 8 p.m. Oct. 31, 125 E. 11th St.

Info: $40

If you’re heading into New York to celebrate, take the Seastreak ferry in! It’s the easiest and most relaxing way to get into the city to catch the parade and all of the crazy costumes!

See you soon,

The Seastreak Family

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