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Spooky things to do in Miami

Spooky things to do in Miami
  • HalloWYN Block Party: Wynwood Marketplace will transform into a spooky wonderland for the HalloWYN Block Party, Miami's largest Halloween block party. Dance to the beat of Miami's best DJs, enjoy spooky spirited concoctions, and snap pics beside hauntingly creative backdrops.
    HalloWYN Block Party Miami
  • Halloween at The Biltmore: The Biltmore Hotel, Miami's iconic Coral Gables landmark, will host a variety of Halloween-themed events, including a costume contest, live music, and a family-friendly pumpkin patch.
    Halloween at The Biltmore Miami
  • Halloween in the Grove: Miami's Coconut Grove neighborhood will come alive with Halloween festivities, including a costume contest, live music, and trick-or-treating for kids of all ages.
    Halloween in the Grove Miami

Miami Kids Magazine and the City of South Miami Safe Streets Halloween: This family-friendly event will feature trick-or-treating, games, and activities for kids of all ages.

Haunted W Miami Rooftop Halloween Party: W Miami's rooftop will transform into a haunted haven for this adults-only Halloween party. Enjoy live music, spooky cocktails, and stunning views of the city skyline.

Other Halloween-related things to do in Miami include:


  • Visiting a haunted house: Miami has a number of haunted houses to choose from, including the popular Terror House Miami and the new Havana Haunted Mansion.
  • The classic pumpkin patches: Miami has a plethora of pumpkin patches to find your perfect halloween signature pumpkin such as   Barry Farms 
  • Going to a Halloween party: There are a variety of Halloween parties happening all over Miami, from nightclub raves to costume contests.
  • The harvest festival: Make a day of it and spend time with your fellow Miamians at the Miami harvest 
  • Taking a ghost tour: Learn about Miami's spooky history on a ghost tour of the city.
  • Visiting a cemetery: Miami has a number of beautiful cemeteries, including Woodlawn Park Cemetery and Caballero Rivero Woodlawn North Cemetery. These cemeteries are often decorated for Halloween, making them a spooky sight to see.

No matter what your interests are, you're sure to find something to do for Halloween in Miami

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