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How To Celebrate Halloween All October: Boston Edition

Boston and Greater Boston have some of the spookiest spots that you have to visit this October! We have compiled a list of some of our favorite things to do to get in the Halloween spirit and enjoy costumes, ghost stories, and haunted places!






Ghosts and Gravestones Tour

Take a trolley ride to see Boston's most haunted sites and tour one of the oldest graveyards at night! You'll hear chilling ghost stories and see Boston's spooky side. This tour runs daily, but make sure to book advanced tickets in October! 


Boo! on Beacon Hill

Walk through Beacon Hill and learn about it's dark and mysterious past including serial killers, ghost stories, and witchcraft. You'll walk through dark alleys and see Beacon Hill in a whole new spooky way. You can join the Boo! Tour on October 28th, 29th, and 31st only so book your tour now! 


Hansons Haunted Farm

Head to Framingham for a haunted hayride at Hansons Farm every Friday and Saturday night in October! 


Witches Woods Haunted Hayride

Step inside the Witches Woods for a haunted hayride, haunted houses, and hundreds of Jack O' Lanterns! This scary attraction is open every weekend in October! 


Salem Witches Market

Arguably the best place to celebrate spooky season, Salem! Every weekend in October Salem has a market down the street with small businesses and psychics in addition to all their old and haunted spots! You can take the commuter rail from Boston for $10!