Halloween has officially come to the Bay Area. It is the season for matching costumes, excessive amounts of candy, and pumpkin-flavored everything. Whether you’re looking for haunted houses that’ll scare you senseless, or pub crawls heavy on the spirits, we’ve got you covered.
Check out the events below for your Bay Area fix of treats and tricks.Kid-Friendly Celebrations
Sunday, October 28 | 10 am – 12 pm
When darkness falls, the Hiller Aviation Museum comes alive with ghosts, skeletons, and some dangerously delicious Bone Yard barbecue. Watch a witch take flight in a serious broom upgrade … a helicopter.
Saturday, October 27 | 11 am - 2 pm
Come in costume and march your way through downtown Menlo Park. After the parade, the little ghosts and goblins are invited to trick or treat at downtown shops and restaurants. Parents can enjoy live music as the kiddos enjoy their candy haul.
Spirits with your Spirits
Sunday, October 28 | 5 pm – 2 am
Dance and drink the night away along downtown Burlingame. The festivities begin at Sixto’s Cantina with themed drinks and live music. There are prizes to be won for best costume, so come prepared in your beastly best.
Friday, October 26, Saturday, October 27 and Wednesday, October 31 | Check the website for times
Slip on your wonder woman suit and take over Polk Streek with $3 drinks, music, dancing, and costume contests. With over 6,000 participants, this pub crawl is the largest in the city.
Do the Monster Mash
Check the website for dates and times - $49
The Winchester Mystery House is a paranormal goldmine located in downtown San Jose. Explore the legend and lore that surrounds the mansion’s 160 rooms and learn more about the disturbed Sarah Winchester, the woman who built the mansion to warn off the angry spirits haunting her family.
Tue, October 30, 2018 | 7 pm – 9 pm | $22.50 – $25
The only thing better than a beer with yoga is a beer with yoga while in costume. Join Downward Drinking Dog for a 60-minute all-level vinyasa yoga class and stick around after for some festive beer.
Enjoy your happy hauntings, and remember to share your celebrations using #seasonsofus on your social media channels!