Spooky Adventures at the gold Coast Railroad Museum
All Hallow’s Eve is fast approaching and so are the spooky festivities. Check out what is happening around Miami this Halloween:
Spooky Adventures at the Gold Coast Railroad Museum
Want to jump in a Bounce House? Watch Monster Movies? Go on a Grave Yard Dig? Be part of a Costume Contest? If you’re looking for all that and more, check out the Gold Coast Museum’s Halloween extravaganza! Along with concession stands and candy, you will be in Halloween Heaven (if there is such a place). You can even check out a haunted train if you dare. Photo-ops will be offered throughout the museum. 12450 S. W. 152 St., Miami, FL.
House of Horrors Amusement Park at Miami International Mall
September 26-November 3
Mon–Thur: 6PM to Midnight
Fri–Sun: 5PM to Midnight
$23 per Adult
Escape to Miami International Mall for its annual House of Horrors Amusement Park. Spooky ghosts, goblins, and carnival rides and live music await at the self-proclaimed “Largest Haunted House in Florida.” Come sundown, you can brave the terrors of that spooky haunted house. Costumes are welcome in the park, as long as your face is visible enough for everyone to see your shockingly scared reaction. Ghoulish concessions will be available… if you can stomach them! East Parking Lot, 1455 NW 107th Ave. Doral
Monster Splash at Miami Seaquarium
$39.95 before 5pm
$24.95 after 5pm
Celebrate Halloween with both fish and dolphin trainers clad in their costumed best. Wear your own costume and come trick-or-treat at “Sweet Tooth Stations” throughout the park. You can also jump for hours in a bounce house, which is only one of the many attractions. A haunted walk with “Monsters in the Mangroves” will also be featured. The dolphins are waiting! 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne
Halloween on the Mile, Miracle Mile
Embrace your inner kid (or just dress-up like one) and go trick-or-treating down Miracle Mile. Shops will have promotions, live music and give out candy and prizes for best costumes. You can listen to scary stories (if story time’s your thing) and even dress up your dog (there’s a pet costume contest.) This is a family event and trick-or-treaters are welcome to enjoy in family-friendly costumes. Miracle Mile
Last year’s Lincoln Road Block party
Lincoln Road Block Party
You might have heard that the Grove is pretty fun Halloween night, but if you’re willing to brave the traffic to South Beach, Lincoln Road is where the party’s at. You’ll see the most outrageous costumes you’ve ever seen. Get prepared for the craziest, wildest, most intense Halloween party of your life since the block party on Lincoln Road will not disappoint.
South Beach Clubs Halloween Parties
Most clubs like LIV will have epic Halloween parties planned for the night. Stay tuned for details on the music and featured guests but, if anyone knows how to throw a Halloween party, it’s Miami! Ask the natives what happened last year and they’ll smile as wide as Jack-o-lanterns. No tricks about it, Halloween in Miami is a total treat.
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