The 2022 Guide to Halloween Events NYC

Thinking about celebrating Halloween in NYC this year? It’s time to stop thinking and start planning because an NYC Halloween is one of the silliest and spookiest events of the year.


Looking for the best events on Halloween in NYC? Spending Halloween weekend in New York City? You’re in the right place! Halloween in NYC is a blast. From family-friendly Halloween concerts to haunted houses and one of the most famous Halloween parades in the country, there are endless ways to get dressed up, get scared, and get candy.


This year, Halloween is on Monday, October 31st, 2022. For both kids and adults, that means a weekend full of events. Some Halloween in NYC events even start as early as the Friday and Saturday before the big night.


Awesome Halloween Events In NYC


If you’re going to be in New York City for Halloween weekend 2022, read on for some of the best events, parades, haunted houses, and historical tours to celebrate this spooky holiday.








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    Village Halloween Parade


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    SoHo





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    The 49th annual Village Halloween Parade is happening! One of the most creative Halloween parties in NYC, this historic parade also happens to be one of the world’s largest Halloween parades.


    Started in 1974 by puppeteer and mask maker Ralph Lee, the Village Halloween Parade features large puppets, dozens of marching bands, and the chance for everyone interested to come along and participate.










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    Boo At The Zoo


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    Bronx





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    The Bronx Zoo’s annual family-friendly Halloween tradition is back again. Dress up (maybe as your favorite animal) and come on down to the zoo to enjoy the seasonal festivities.


    Activities from recent Boo at the Zoos have included magic & mind reading, pumpkin carving demonstrations, a candy trail, a costume parade, Halloween crafts, an extinct animal graveyard, the Wildlife Witch’s Super Scary Halloween Show, and trick or truth.


    This event takes place every Saturday and Sunday in October, including Saturday, October 29th and Sunday, October 30th. To reserve your tickets, visit the Bronx Zoo’s official website.










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    See The Enchanting Pumpkin Flotilla at Central Park


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    Harlem & Washington Heights





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    No, these pumpkins aren’t ghosts! They’re just a part of the historic Pumpkin Flotilla, one of many events happening on and around Halloween weekend at Central Park.


    In addition to crafts, entertainment, and a trick-or-treat scavenger hunt, you can watch a whole flotilla of pumpkins float across the Harlem Meer at twilight. This annual event truly is a must-see for kids of all ages.


    For the latest information on the event, including the timing for the Pumpkin Flotilla, head to Central Park’s official website.









Frequently Asked Questions About Halloween Events in New York


Is NYC having a Halloween Parade in 2022?


Yes, the Village Halloween Parade will be taking place on Monday, October 31st, 2022. It begins at 7pm.


What is the weather like in New York for Halloween?


Halloween weather in New York usually finds the city a bit cooler. Temperatures average a high of 64F (18 C) during the day and a low of 50F (10 C) during the night.


While it’s still advisable to check the weather before your arrival for Halloween weekend in NYC, it is normally pleasant to spend time outside.


Is it possible to trick-or-treat in NYC on Halloween?


Yes! If you are traveling with little ones and you would like to experience trick or treating in the Big Apple, you can. One of the best ways to do that is look up the park nearby where you’re staying at the NYCGovParks website to see what Halloween events they are hosting.


Another possibility is to search “trick or treat” and the neighborhood you’re staying in to see family-friendly neighborhoods or zones.


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