A Monster List Of Halloween Events Across Brooklyn

A Monster List Of Halloween Events Across Brooklyn

All dressed up in your Halloween costume with no place to go? Check out our monstrous list of fun and spooky events happening around Brooklyn below. Happy Halloween!

78th Precinct’s Haunted House (Photo: Pamela Wong/BKLYNER)

78th Precinct’s Halloween Haunted House
When: Wednesday, October 25-Monday, October 30, 3pm to 9pm
Where: 65 6th Avenue, Park Slope/Prospect Heights
What: Check out behind-the-scene photos and learn all about the 78th Police Precinct’s chilling, third annual Halloween Haunted House here.
How Much: Free

Howl-O-Ween Dog Costume Contest
When: Wednesday, October 25, 5:30pm to 8pm
Where: Industry City, 274 36th Street, Sunset Park
What: Who says Halloween is just for humans and monsters? Dogs can get in on the fun too at Industry City’s Second Annual pet costume contest and fall cocktail party. There’ll be music, treats, pup portraits and prizes awarded to the Most Creative, Scariest, Best Combo costumes, and more!
How Much: Free

3rd Annual MoCADA Masquerade Ball
When: Wednesday, October 25, 6:30pm to 10:30pm
Where: BAM Leperq Ballroom, 30 Lafayette Avenue, Fort Greene
What: Join MoCADA for the 3rd Annual MoCADA Masquerade Ball in honoring Artist Rashid Johnson for Artistic Advocacy; Artist Shantell Martin for Emerging Artistic Voice; Activist Opal Tometi for Social Justice Advocacy; and the Council of Urban Professionals (CUP) for Corporate Advocacy. There will be dinner, cocktails, dancing, awards, and an art auction. Festive attire and masks encouraged.
How Much: Tickets $350 artist/educator/activist admission; $500 general admission; $750 VIP admission

Zombie Prom
When: Thursday, October 26, 10pm to 4am
Where: House of Yes, 2 Wyckokff Avenue, Bushwick
What: “A Night to Dismember,” relive prom night Zombie-style with prom portraits, a brains buffet, blood, undead cheerleaders, jocks, geeks, teachers, and more. Prizes for best undead looks and best Zombie Prom King & Queen!
How Much: Free

8th Annual Children’s Halloween Parade
When: Saturday, October 28, 10am festivities begin, 1:30pm parade starts
Where: MCU Stadium “Backyard” 1904 Surf Avenue, Coney Island
What: Alliance for Coney Island hosts the 8th annual Children’s Halloween Parade featuring games, face painting, live entertainment, trick-or-treating, and The Official Coney Island Costume Contest. Registration begins at 10am and is open to kids 15-years-old and younger. Participants must be in costume and accompanied by an adult.

Pierrepont Playground Halloween Parade
When: Saturday, October 28, 10am
Where: Pierrepont Playground, Pierrepont Place, Brooklyn Heights
What: An annual Halloween parade followed by a bake sale, crafts, and playground fun!

The 19th Annual Great PUPkin 2017
When: Saturday, October 28, 11:30am to 1pm
Where: Fort Greene Park (at Washington Park), Fort Greene
What: Fort Greene Pups hosts the 19th annual Great PUPkin—”Brooklyn’s largest and most outrageous dog costume contest” where adorable doggies will compete for one of ten Great PUPkin rosettes as well as prizes donated by local businesses.
How Much: $10 registration fee per dog

17th Annual Fort Greene Park Halloween Festival
When: Saturday, October 28, 12pm to 3pm
Where: Fort Greene Park, Fort Greene
What: The 17th Annual Fort Greene Park Halloween Festival, held at the park’s central lawn, will feature an afternoon of rides, games, giveaways, face-painting, crafts, live music, and more!

Brooklyn Botanic Garden Ghouls & Gourds
When: Saturday, October 28, 12pm to 5:30pm
Where: Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Prospect Heights/Crown Heights
What: A day of Fall family fun including live music, games, activities, and a costume parade and drum circle.
How Much: Tickets $20 adults; $15 students/seniors; kids and members free

Halloween In Prospect Park
When: Saturday, October 28, 12pm to 3pm
Where: Prospect Park
What: The Prospect Park Alliance hosts the 38th Annual Halloween Haunted Walk and Fair! Join a variety of zombies, witches, werewolves, and other ghouls on a haunted walk through the woodland Lookout Hill (ideal for kids ages 7-12). All ages can enjoy the Halloween Fair on the Nethermead, featuring lots of family-friendly activities and snacks provided by food trucks. The fun continues later at the BKLYN BOO! afterparty at City Point! See below.
How Much: Free

BKLYN Boo! Prospect Park After Party
When: Saturday, October 28, 2pm to 5pm
Where: City Point, 445 Albee Square West, Downtown Brooklyn
What: The Halloween fun continues following the Prospect Park event, with live DJs, a costume contest, trick or treating, a pumpkin patch, wicked nail art, and more fun for all ages.
How Much: Free

BK Block Party: Halloween Edition
When: Saturday, October 28, 2pm to 5pm
Where: Albee Square (corner of Fulton and Bond Streets), Downtown Brooklyn
What: Before or after visiting BKLYN BOO!, head over to Albee Square for more Halloween festivities, with a bouncy castle, balloon ghouls, a photo booth, paintable pumpkin patch, music by DJ Mike Doelo, and more!
How Much: Free

Gateway Sports & Pools Grand Opening Learn to Swim Fall Festival
When: Saturday, October 28, 2pm to 5pm
Where: Block Institute, 376 Bay 44th Street, Gravesend
What: A Fall Festival-themed Learn To Swim grand opening featuring free food and attractions for families and children. A costume contest will be held each hour with prizes for the winners!
How Much: Free

Nightmare on Smith Street
When: Saturday, October 28, 6pm to 11pm
Where: Cafe Luluc, 214 Smith Street, Cobble Hill
What: Don your funniest and/or scariest costume and join this Halloween Party that’s raising money for City Harvest.
How Much: Tickets $30

2017 Atlantic Avenue Halloween Pub Crawl
When: Saturday, October 28, 7pm to 2am
Where:  Various venues on Atlantic Avenue, Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens
What: The Atlantic Avenue Business Improvement District (BID) is hosting its third annual Halloween Pub Crawl with 13 participating bars and restaurants in Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, and Boerum Hill. The theme of the event is “Bring Back the 90s” and participating venues will develop special 90s-themed drinks and activities.
How Much: Wristbands $12 advance, $15 at door

Thriller on Myrtle Avenue Dance Party
When: Sunday, October 29, 12pm to 3pm (rehearsal of dance moves from 12pm-1:30pm; performance at 1:30pm)
Where: Myrtle Avenue Plaza (meet at Myrtle Avenue & Emerson Place), Clinton Hill
What: The Myrtle Avenue BID invites all the neighborhood ghouls, goblins, and little monsters to celebrate Halloween with an outdoor dance party! The fun will begin with a dance inspired by Michael Jackson’s Thriller choreographed by AbunDance.
How Much: Free

Halloween at The Old Stone House – Costume Contest and Mini-Parade
When: Sunday, October 29, 2pm to 4pm
Where: The Old Stone House and Washington Park, 336 3rd Street, Park Slope
What: Park Slope Parents hosts this Halloween Costume Contest and Mini-Parade—”perfect for anyone who can’t stay up past 6:30pm!” Sign-up for the costume contest begins at 2pm, with awards for various categories. The mini-parade will circle the park with the marching band, Paprika.
How Much: Free

Musical Haunted House
When: Sunday, October 29, 3pm to 7pm
Where: Brooklyn Music School, 126 St. Felix Street, Fort Greene
What: The Brooklyn Music School hosts its 5th annual Musical Haunted House featuring a costume contest, raffle, and concert with performances by Dead Zeppelin and Helvis. After the concert, guests will get a tour of the School’s haunted landmark building where faculty and students will offer samples of music classes available at BMS.
How Much: Tickets $5

Stop the Zombies
When: Saturday, October 28 and Sunday, October 29, 12pm to 7pm
Where: Deno’s Wonder Wheel Park, 3059 Denos Vourderis Place (near Surf Avenue), Coney Island
What: A virtual reality theater below the iconic Wonder Wheel allows visitors to don a pair of 3-D glasses for an immersive experience of battling the walking dead.
How Much: Tickets $8

Haunted Halloween Walk & Fairy Tale Forest
When: Tuesday, October 31, 3pm to 9pm
Where: Owl’s Head Park, 53 68th Street, Bay Ridge
What: Lots of family-friendly Halloween activities will be offered at this event including a costume contest, Haunted Walk Tours, Fairytale Forest Tours, Dracula’s Food Court, rides, face painting, and more!

Park Slope Civic Council Annual Halloween Parade
When: Tuesday, October 31, 6:30pm
Where: Parade begins at 14th Street and Seventh Avenue, Park Slope
What: This popular, annual, family-friendly Halloween parade starts at 14th Street and 7th Avenue, marches north on 7th and west to J.J. Byrne Playground at The Old Stone House on 3rd Street.

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari – CANCELLED
When: Tuesday, October 31, 7pm doors, 8pm show
Where: Kings Theatre, 1027 Flatbush Avenue, Flatbush
What: Celebrate Halloween at Kings Theatre with a screening of the 1920 silent German Expressionist horror classic, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. The first event of the Silver Screen Experience series launching at Kings Theatre, the screening will be accompanied by a classical trio performing live, original music inspired by the music of the 1920s.
How Much: Tickets start at $25